Alta Anna (Permann) Hall

Died: Wed., Jun. 6, 2012


Funeral Service

10:00 AM Mon., Jun. 11, 2012
Location: American Falls Community


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Alta Anna (Permann) Hall passed away at the age of 91 on Wednesday, June 6, 2012, at Spring Creek Manor in American Falls.  She was born January 11, 1921 in Rockland Valley at the Permann homestead the youngest of 11 children born to Fredrick and Gottlieba Permann.  She is a lifelong resident of American Falls, Idaho graduating in 1939 from American Falls High School.  Alta married James Martin Hall on January 26, 1946.  They purchased a lot and moved a home on to it at 153 Howard Street and lived there for their entire married life.  They had three children.

            Alta had several places of employment; Peterson’s Market, Union Pacific Railroad, and the position she retired from as Grower's Accountant for Lamb Weston in American Falls.  She worked there for 24 years.  Alta enjoyed her family, extended family, gardening, cooking, crocheting and loved to travel.  Alta and James did just that for the next 18 years until James passed away April 7, 2003.  Alta remained at their home until February 22, 2008 and then moved to Spring Creek until her passing.

            Alta is survived by two daughters and one son; Mr. & Mrs. Chris (Sheila Hall) Miller, of Littleton, CO, Sandra (Hall) Hess of Caldwell, ID and Dana F. Hall of American Falls, ID six grandchildren; Mr. & Mrs. Mike (Karen) Constance of Littleton, CO.,  Mr. & Mrs. Skip (Pamela)  Wilkins of Littleton, CO., Mr. & Mrs. James (Kimberley) Boswell of Boise, ID, Teressa Hess of Colorado, Corey Hall of American Falls, ID., Mr. & Mrs. Carl (Shauna) Hall of Pocatello, ID., 9 great grandchildren; James and Dawn Williams,  of  Boise, ID., Nickolas Williams, of Pocatello, ID., Mikayla and Tiger Boswell of Boise, ID.  Victoria and Ariel Constance of Littleton, CO.   Dakota and Kiefer Wilkins both of Littleton, CO., Two great-great grandchildren, Kira Ashworth and Kade Williams.  Many nieces and nephews and extended family members. 

            Alta was proceeded in death by parents Fredrick and Gottlieba Permann, husband James M. Hall, 8 Brothers: Manuel  (Agatha Ruff) Permann, Harold (Josephine Halling ) Permann, Albert (Mary Kurtz) Permann, Richard (Emma Kurtz) Permann, Otto (Lorraine Vollmer),  Permann, Agen Permann, Leonard Permann, Ernie (Vera Funk) and 2 sisters, Leah and Fred Deeg and Ida and Lars Eliasen. 

            Her funeral will be at American Falls Community Church at 745 Bennett in American Falls, ID on Monday June 11, 2012; at 10 A.M., a luncheon will follow at the church.  Interment will be in Falls View Cemetery.  The Viewing will be Sunday, June 10, 2012 from 5-7:00 p.m. at Davis-Rose Mortuary, 170 Idaho St. American Falls, and Monday for an hour before the funeral at the church.

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Julie Rademacher
   Posted Fri June 08, 2012
Sheila, so sorry about your Mom. I know she is at peace, but it still isn't easy. Sending our love to you.
Julie & Norman Rademacher

Danny Harry
   Posted Mon June 11, 2012
Sheila, Sandra, Dana and Families
Sorry for your loss, and hoping the healing, comfort and strength of God be with you all. I only met with your mom a few times, and I hope God is, to each of you, what you need him to be over the next several months. Peace you each of you.

Danny
Chaplain, Alliance Hospice

Eloise Scott
   Posted Thu June 14, 2012
To Sheila and all of Alta's family,
Please accept my sincere sympathy in the loss of your mother and grandmother. Thank you for allowing the staff at Alliance Home Health and Hospice to assist with her care intermittantly over the past couple years. I appreciate the fact that this loss is difficult for each of you. Hopefully, you can remember the good times and maybe even write them down. Sometimes that is helpful in easing the burden of sorrow. Sorry I was not able to attend her services as I was out of state on vacation.
God bless,
Eloise Scott, RN

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