Sully’s funeral service will be 11 a.m., Tuesday, October 22nd at the First Christian Church, 103 W. Green St. in Winterset.
The family will greet friends from 5-7 p.m., Monday, October 21st at the First Christian Church, 103 W. Green St. in Winterset.
A Private Family Burial will be held at the Winterset Cemetery in Winterset.
Memorials in Sullivan’s name will be used for several charities, please make checks payable to Lee or Katie Hall. Memorials may be left at the First Christian Church in Winterset at the time of the visitation and funeral service. If you want to mail your memorial to the family, you may mail it to the Wallace Family Funeral Home, 1115 E. 19th St. N., Newton, IA 50208, please add, Attn: Hall Family on the envelope.
Sullivan “Sully” Garrett Hall, the son of Lee G. and Katie J. Frank Hall was born on May 14, 2019 in Des Moines, Iowa and was loved by anyone who met him. Sullivan was full of smiles especially for his momma and was often seen cheek to cheek with her. He loved to sing when he was sleepy and getting snuggles from momma and daddy. He was such a happy baby and he made us all better parents and grandparents. Sullivan loved his big sister, Layla, who always worried about him asking “where’s Sullivan?” or “Sullivan coming?”
Sully went to the gates of heaven on Wednesday, October 16, 2019 at the Madison County Memorial Hospital in Winterset. He was 5 months old. There to meet him was his uncle, Sammy Frank in infancy; maternal great-grandparents, Adair Kaehlar and Dale and Esther Frank; paternal great-grandparents, Robert and Kay Hall.
Those left to cherish Sully’s memory are his parents, Lee and Katie Hall of Winterset; big sister, Layla Hall of Winterset; his maternal grandparents, Tom and Cindy Frank of Winterset; his paternal grandparents, Nicole (Steve) Osterhoudt of Tempe, Arizona and Jordan (Paula) Hall of Orlando, Florida; aunts and uncles, Betsy (Bryan) Snyder of Winterset, Chris Frank of Winterset, Kyle Hall (Emily) of Tempe, Arizona and Zachary Osterhoudt of Tempe, Arizona; his first cousins, Brady, Blake and Brigham Snyder of Winterset; his great-grandparents, Nancy Kaehlar of Whiting, Kerry Osterhoudt of Tempe, Arizona and Robert and Barbara Osterhoudt of Sun Lakes, Arizona; and other extended family and friends.