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Sheryl L. Hall

Sheryl L. Hall, 54, of Ogdensburg, died on April 4, 2014, at her home. There will be a memorial service on Tuesday, April 8, 2014, 2:00 PM, at the funeral home, Reverend David Bowman officiating. She is survived by her sister, Patricia (Patti) and her husband John Albright of Newport, North Carolina, several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her sisters, Lois Ann Porteous and Helen Marie Verdier. Sheryl was born in Ogdensburg, on January 7, 1960, the daughter of Roy Lester and Velmo Ricker Hall. She graduated from Ogdensburg Free Academy and then earned her bachelor in education degree from Potsdam State University. She was a substitute teacher at Ogdensburg Free Academy. Sheryl was a member of the Assembly of God in Massena; she taught Sunday school and was the organist. She loved teaching, her students, being on Face book and was an avid reader. In lieu of flowers contributions can be made to her family.


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It saddened me to hear of Sheryl's passing. I knew her about 25 years ago and she was always a kind and intelligent soul. She provided great insight into things when I was younger and she is gone way too soon. My deepest condolences to all her family and friends. RIP.

Greg Sacrey Aug 14 2017 12:00 AM

Sheryl was my student when she began her college education at Mater Dei. It is so good that she went on to become a teacher. She was an intelligent, kind person, and passed at such a young age!

Maureen Kravec Apr 10 2014 12:00 AM

Sheryl was such a kind, gentle soul. She played the organ by ear and did so wonderfully. She was a great teacher and faithfully served churches in Canada for years. She GRACEFULLY dealt with the pain of the deteriorating bones in her foot (and had a really cool looking cane). She had a great sense of humor. The last time I saw her she asked me to move a dead skunk on her lawn to the curb so that city workers would take it away. It wasn’t because of the smell that she couldn’t deal with moving it herself, it was because it was dead. Many hundreds (or thousands) of people will remember her with fondness.

Heidi Monroe-Terrance Apr 10 2014 12:00 AM

I had the pleasure of knowing Sheryl and will always remember her sweet nature and gentle voice. I am so saddened to hear of her passing and am certain heaven has another angel.

Amanda St. Marie Apr 10 2014 12:00 AM

is this really happening right now? do you have any idea how heart touching this is for me? i cant believe you are really gone… forever :/ id love to wake up from this dream. there is one big thing ILL NEVER forget and thats when you knew i had trouble with some girls at school and everytime i had detention and my enemy was in there you would always let me leave so i wouldnt have to deal with it, me and you talked and it felt like you understood how i felt. you were always there for me throughout that whole 2 years. you are such a beautiful lady! & you had the biggest heart. i just love & miss you so much! look down on me. if only i could speak to you one last time.., </3 Rest easy

michelle skidds Apr 9 2014 12:00 AM

I first met Mrs. Hall in my younger years at OFA and our relationship progressed throughout the years and she always brought a smile to your face and had only kind words for you! She was a great friend to me and I loved seeing her whenever our paths crossed out of highshcool I would always give her a big hug and kiss everytime I saw her wherever it be. I know death is apart of life and it’s an uncontrolled fate but heaven gained an angel and I’m sure she will be looking out for all of us! You will truly be missed!

Michael Caglar Apr 9 2014 12:00 AM

Shery was a kind soul, a spiritual woman, a fine teacher, and truly respectful of her students. She enjoyed each of them, learned from them, and they, from her. She was an enjoyable person and a wonderful colleague. My condolences to her family.

Kathy Lawrence Apr 9 2014 12:00 AM

Sheryl was a kind soul, a spiritual woman, a fine teacher, and truly respectful of her students. She enjoyed them, learned from them, and they, from her. She was an enjoyable person and a wonderful colleague. My condolences to her family.

Kathy Lawrence Apr 9 2014 12:00 AM

I recently ran into Sheryl at a local store and had a lovely visit with her. I did not know her very well but we chatted and she seemed to be a very lovely person! I was a year ahead of her in high school and I was pretty quiet back then! I was sadden to see she passed so young-may she rest in peace—God Bless!!!! Thinking of you–Karen A. Morley Harris-Class of 1977

Karen A. Morley Harris Apr 9 2014 12:00 AM

It is with great sadness that I write about Miss Hall’s passing. She started at LCS with our class in the fifth grade. She has been a intrigral part of our lives and her passing has touched us all. This is truly heaven’s gain. God speed Miss Hall and my heaven’s gate and the arms of those that passed before you open wide with welcome! You will be missed!

Chad Kiah Apr 9 2014 12:00 AM

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