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Helen Guthrie Hall

October 31, 1934 ~ May 20, 2017 (age 82)

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Helen Guthrie Hall, age 82, formally of Kearns and Roosevelt, Utah, peacefully and comfortably, returned home to the waiting arms of her Heavenly Father on
Saturday, May 20, 2017, in Lake Havasu, Arizona. She was born October 31, 1934 in Gilbert,
Arkansas to Harvey and Annie Austin Guthrie.
Helen grew up in the back hills of Arkansas. She learned the art of southern cooking and
made the best biscuits and sausage gravy ever.
She married Teddy Glenn Hiatt, later divorced. Married Kim Edward Hall. She was the
mother of four children: Debbie Hiatt (Blair) Jurgensmeier, Connie Hiatt (David) Neal, Rex
(Shar) Hall, Eric 'Digger' (Karen 'Redd') Hall; thirteen grandchildren and twenty-five great-
grandchildren.
Helen loved the color pink, carnations, sunflowers, a "Pine Sol" clean home, the smell of
homemade bread, vacuuming in the early mornings, Green River Watermelon, and ELVIS. She
was a people-person, showing love, concern and kindness to others.
Helen and Kim lived many happy years in Kearns, Utah where she still has many dear
friends and those she considered family.
She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, enjoying many
callings in the Primary and Relief Society organizations.
Helen was known to many as "Helen Hall, the Taco Doll" on the radio, when she was the
manager of Roosevelt Taco Time. She served the community as a Pink Lady in the gift shop at
the Uintah Basin Medical Center.
In their retirement years, Helen and Kim were camp hosts at several National Forests.
She loved to travel in their RV, and go camping and fishing.
She learned, and taught her children, to endure to the end and be thankful for the little
things we often take for granted.
Helen is survived by her husband, four children, twelve grandchildren and twenty-four
great-grandchildren. She is having a grand reunion with her parents, her brothers and sisters,
granddaughter, Amber, and great-granddaughter, Gracie, very possibly with Elvis singing.
Thank you to Roosevelt LDS 7th Ward for your love, support and kindness you always
showed to Mom during those difficult years dealing with health issues. A very special thank you
to Brenda, Sherri and the wonderful staff at Heritage House in Lake Havasu, Arizona for
the comfort, kind care and love for mom during the past year. We are so grateful to you all.
A private family memorial will be held at a later time. Thank you for your love.
 

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