Dr. Debora L (Wilson) Hall age 63 passed away Thursday, May 21, 2020 at the Highlands in Fitchburg. She leaves behind her daughter, Beverly Stroh and her husband Oken of Greenville, NH, her only grandchild Evie Stroh, her partner of many years Kris McGinnis of Charleston, SC, a son Shawn Nicolo of Boston, three sisters; Patricia Meyer of Bradenton, Florida, Sue Forrest of Sarasota, Florida and Barbara Pierce of West Hartford, CT. She also leaves behind several nieces and nephews.
She was born in Hartford, CT, daughter of the late Robert Wilson and Gladys “Jane” (Alexander) Wilson, and lived in several places throughout her life including Boston, South Carolina, Florida, Cape Cod, and near her daughter close to Southern NH. Debora was a Psychologist and had a private practice for many years. Debora loved to help others and was a fierce advocate for her fellow nursing home residents. She loved movies and watching the Oscars. She also loved dancing and music was incredibly important to her. Even when she couldn’t see enough to read from books anymore or watch movies, she listened to them. Her granddaughter Evie was her greatest joy, taking her to the library and playing elaborate made up games with her better than anyone else could. She loved avocado toast and made the best baked chicken. She loved writing and sending cards to loved ones, and she always knew what the best gift to give was, always.
There are no calling hours and all services are private. The Shaw-Majercik Funeral Home, 48 School St., Webster, MA has been entrusted with her arrangements. Please visit www.shaw-majercik.com where you may post on the Tribute Wall, leave a message, sign the guest book, plant a tree, post a condolence or light a candle.
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