HALL, Virginia M. (Efaw)
Virginia Mae Hall, 94, of Stillwater died on Friday Aug. 5, 2011, at the Stillwater Medical Center after a brief illness, with her son Kent and daughter-in-law Mary at her side. Her services will be held on Wednesday August 10, 2011, at 2 p.m. at the First Christian Church in Stillwater with Reverend Owen Cayton officiating. Burial will follow at Fairlawn cemetery in Stillwater. Strode Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Virginia was (born Nov. 5, 1916 in Kendrick, Okla.) and was a member of First Christian Church in Stillwater since 1933, when she moved to Stillwater with her parents and brothers. Her parents were Clark Chester Efaw and Loretta Katherine Bland. She married Miner Culley Hall on Feb. 27, 1938. Virginia went to High School in Kendrick and attended Oklahoma College for Women for one semester, until the family moved to Stillwater, where she attended Oklahoma A&M, graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Home Economics. At First Christian Church, she was a member of the Martha Naomi Group of Christian Women's Fellowship, and she participated in Church Women United. Locally, she volunteered at Karmen Corner Resale Shop, and, for twenty-eight years, was a volunteer at Stillwater Medical Center and was a member of Pi Zeta Kappa. She was a member of Rotary Anns and named a Paul Harris Fellow. For more than 50 years, Virginia lived at her home on West 9th Ave in Stillwater, where she was often seen outside taking care of her flowers and garden. Besides gardening, she enjoyed quilting, cooking, square dancing, and being with her family. Virginia was preceded in death by her parents, an infant sister Betsy Evelan Efaw, a brother Forest Clark Efaw, her son, Mark Graham Hall and her husband Miner. She is survived by a son, Kent Miner Hall and his wife Mary Katherine Hall, grandsons Timothy Miner Hall and Christopher John Hall and his wife Paula Lillian Hall, all living in South-East Texas. She is also survived by a brother, Paul Bland Efaw, who is confined to a nursing home in Holdenville, Okla.