Stacie Ann Hall, a long-time Page resident, passed away on December 7, 2021, in Phoenix, Arizona.
Stacie is survived by her husband of 28 years, James Hall, son Thomas Hall, both of Page, sister Mary Weber Sanchez, brother-in-law Manny Sanchez of Phoenix, as well as hundreds of friends and extended family.
Stacie was born in Tucson, Arizona, to Jerry and Margaret (Peggy) Weber. They moved to Benson, Arizona, where they lived until Peggy, Mary and Stacie moved to Page in 1978. Stacie graduated from Page High School in 1989.
Stacie was an animal lover all her life. Growing up, she had horses and participated in rodeos, where one year she was rodeo queen. She also barrel-raced and was active in 4-H. Stacie always had pets and had four four-legged “children” at home who really miss her.
Stacie worked with her mom Peggy in the office at NAPA for many years and later became an Avon representative, a job she loved.
Stacie also loved working with her hands. She loved to try new recipes or make old favorites, as well as crocheting, making jewelry, reading, watching movies – especially horror movies, something she often did with her son Thomas. She also loved listening to music, being outdoors and camping, visiting with her many friends online, or hanging out in person, as well as playing D&D and card games. But the lights and loves of her life were her husband James and son Thomas.
Stacie was preceded in death by her father Jerry Webster and her mother Margaret (Peggy) Cupell Weber and many beloved animals.
A Celebration of Life will be held for Stacie on Saturday, May 28, 2022, at Page Elks Lodge #2498, 807 Aqua Avenue, Page. Service time to be announced on James’ FB page at a later date.