Hall, Norma Jean

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Norma Jean Hall, of Christiansburg, has passed away after a several year battle with breast cancer. She faced her death with the same courage and good natured disposition as she lived her life; never complaining, never feeling sorry for herself and always bringing joy to those around her.

She is grieved by a large devoted family, many friends and beloved dog Abby, who all loved her greatly. Norma worked for Poly-Scientific/MOOG Components Group for 49 years. Her last position was Material Analyst. She served as Vice President of the Poly-Scientific Employee Credit Union and on its Board of Directors. Norma was a loyal employee of MOOG. MOOG was equally loyal to her; fully supporting her until the end.

Norma’s family and friends express their deep appreciation to MOOG, its management and employees for their many kindnesses to her. Family and friends also want to express their immense gratitude to Carilion Hospice Services for their professional, caring and loving support of Norma in her last days.

With Norma’s passing, so much is lost. Gone is the warm smile, the contagious laugh. Gone is the attractive lady who was known to buy groceries for struggling families, or to simply go up to an obviously needy family shopping Goodwill and slip them money. Gone is the patron of the Angel Tree, she always adopted several Angels and saw to it that her friends did too. Gone is one of the Virginia Tech Hokies most loyal and devoted fans. Norma was always first to respond to a family crisis or the emergencies of friends. She gave her money, her talents and her time whenever she saw they were needed. Her compassion and kindheartedness was endless. Norma Jean Hall was an elegant, beautiful, kind, hardworking and generous person. Today, the world is indeed a much darker place for all those fortunate to have known and loved her.

Her family and friends celebrate her life, her many good works and will forever cherish her. In accordance with Norma’s wishes, there will be no memorial service.

Donations in her memory may be made to Susan G. Komen, VA Blue Ridge Chapter, 4910 Valley View Boulevard, Suite 212, Roanoke, VA 24012. It was Norma’s hope that treatments can be found to save others the suffering she endured. Her family and friends are grateful for your thoughts, prayers and expressions of condolences.