Obituary: Holly Hall

Holly Hall, at 54
Holly [Marrone] Hampe Hall, 54, of Pembroke, former longtime resident of Hull, died June 14, after a courageous battle with cancer. 
Holly married the late Ariulf Eric Hampe in 1985; they settled in Hull and had eight children together. She treasured him and always held a special place for him in her heart and could never forget the bond they had. Family and friends would describe Holly to have a heart of gold; she would sacrifice anything for all of her children, family, and friends. 
Many would describe her as their “best friend.” She was a child at heart, and would do anything to put a smile on someone’s face. She was a happy, loving, and easygoing woman who cherished holidays, and tried so hard to giver her children a magical experience and special individual time with each one. 
Holly leaves her husband since 2007, Richard Hall of Pembroke. She was the beloved daughter of Ethel [Cochis] Marrone and the late Paul F. Marrone of Randolph; and mother of Kara Valerie Ouagague and her husband Abderrahmane of San Diego, Karen Hampe of Pembroke, Karl Hampe of Quincy, Kurt Hampe of Quincy, George Hampe of Hull, Anton Hampe of Quincy, Richard Hampe of Hanson, and Monica Hampe of Pembroke. She was the adored grandmother of Yusef, Farris, Safia, Sirene, Ashton, Malik, and Anthony; and leaves her brothers, Gregory Marrone of Pembroke, John Marrone of Foxboro, Nicholas Marrone of Taunton; and a sister, Andrea Farretta of Weymouth. 
Serices and burial at Hull Village Cemetery took place today. For online guestbook, visit