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Edith 'Edie' Hall, 62

ADAMS, Mass. —   Edith May "Edie" Hall, 62, of Adams, formally of Cole Avenue, Williamstown, died on May 17, 2020, at Berkshire Medical Center.

Edith was born in Bennington, Vt., on January 29, 1958, to the late Rupert Hall and Mildred (Thomas) Lewis and stepfather Graham "Mike" Lewis. Edie attended schools in Williamstown and graduated from Mt. Greylock Regional High School. She worked as a security guard at the Clark Art Institute for 17 years as well as at Williamstown Commons and Walmart.

Edie leaves her daughter, Trisha (Hall) Valois and her husband William (Bo) of Adams; son James "Jamie" Hall and his wife Christina of Adams; six grandchildren, Jacob, Avery, Matthew, Briana, Faith and Kobe; siblings Elizabeth Knapp, Debra Denamen and husband Ed, Charlie Hall and Chester Lewis and wife Tammy; as well as many nieces and nephews; and her dog Yankee.

Edie loved the New York Yankees, the Boston Bruins and the Minnesota Vikings. Edie loved fishing. She was the biggest fan cheering on all her grandchildren at all their sporting events and always proud to wear her Hoosac Valley High School stuff and brag about each one.

Edie was predeceased by brothers Edgar "Skeeter" Lewis and David Hall.

Funeral notice: Funeral Services and Burial for Edie will take place at a later date.

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Eddie and I became friends in the 4th grade right thru High School at Mt. Greylock. She was a tough kid with a kind warm heart. I have many fun crazy memories if her. The years went by fast, we often commented on each others Facebook and Messenger posts. I was fortunate enough to give her a hug when she visited Walmart. Several months ago. My condolences and prayers to all of her family. I'm so sorry for your loss. God bless.
from: Wanda (Ledger) Haleyon: 05-24-2020

I had the honor to work with Edie at Williamstown commons. She was a great women, happy, with a smile. When I was sad or something was wrong she would always take a minute too she how I was. Seeing her outside we still always had a nice chat. I will truly miss her. And will always think of her, me heart goes out to her kids and family.
from: Aaron on: 05-22-2020

Hey Tricia, Dana & I are so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. Thinking of you and your fam.
from: Martha Labbeeon: 05-21-2020

I will always remember our times in Walmart, you were such a joker and always good nature! My condolences to the family, may you RIP girl! You will be missed by those who care and love you. ♥️
from: Arlene Superneauon: 05-21-2020

Trisha, I am very sorry for your loss.
Sincerely, Jennie Pierce
from: Jennie Pierceon: 05-21-2020

So sorry for your loss are in my thoughts and prayers.
from: Kate Kilgallen(Corbey)on: 05-21-2020

My sincere condolences go out to all of Ms.Edie's family.You sure picked a good time to go Edie!!! Life sure will be dull without your constant wit,and pranks. You touched so many people and your goodness was too big to measure.Goodbye old friend....
from: Tinker White on: 05-20-2020

So sorry for your loss Charlie. Healing Prayers sent to you and your family at this saddening time.
from: Barb Clairmonton: 05-20-2020

I remember her fondly and well mus seeing her at Walmart. I know she has gone on to some where that there is no pain or illness. My deepest sympathy to the family.
from: Ada Cuttingon: 05-20-2020

I am so sorry for your loss. May she R.I.P.
from: Fay Fachinion: 05-20-2020

Edie was great to work with at Walmart always so helpful may you Rest In Peace my thoughts and prayers are with the family.
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