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In Loving Memory

Hall, Rose Vesta

Rose Vesta Hall (Lembke) passed away on May 16, 2024 in St. Louis County at the age of 89.  Born on May 22, 1934 in Mascoutah, IL, Rose was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, cousin, and friend to many.  Rose leaves a legacy of love and cherished memories: beloved wife of the late Norman Hall for 52 years; dear mother of John (Trudy) Hall, Brian (Alyson) Hall, and Jeff (Kelly) Hall, cherished grandma of Chuck (Jill) Hall, Ben (Sara) Hall, Michael Hall, Connor Hall, Emily (Gerhard) Schnieders, and Taylor (fiancé John Guin) Hall, and dear GG to Clark, Jade, and Catherine.  Visitation at 10:30 am and Celebration of Life service at 11:00am at Faith Oakville Church, 6101 Telegraph Road, 63129 on Thursday May 23, 2024, followed by a luncheon at the church.  Memorial contributions to Faith Oakville or to a charity of your choice


3 thoughts on “Hall, Rose Vesta”

  1. I will always remember her laughter and how she loved to tease my dad who was her husband Norman’s cousin. Prayers of comfort for the entire Hall family.

  2. Nick and I are sending our heartfelt condolences on the passing of Brian’s mother.
    Mother’s, our first home will never be forgotten ❤️

  3. Rose Vesta Lembke Hall was a Lifetime member of the Lutheran School of Nursing Alumni Association, graduating from the school in 1955! She was a faithful class reporter for the Annual Bulletin for many years. I personally spoke with Rose several times when I was editor of the Bulletin. She sincerely enjoyed connecting with fellow classmates. The Association offers its deepest condolences to Roses’ family. Her name will be read at our Memorial Moment during our annual reunion this August.
    Sandra Kucera
    Historian, Lutheran School of Nursing Alumni Association


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