RANGELEY – Lisa Anne Hall (Cormier) of Rangeley (Dallas Plantation) passed away peacefully with family by her side on Nov. 20, 2018, in Auburn, at the age of 56.

Lisa is survived by her husband, Stephen of Rangeley; her children, Olivia and Connor, also of Rangeley; her brothers, Michael Cormier of Richlands, N.C., Greg Cormier of Rumford, Nelson Cormier of Center Conway, N.H.; her sisters, Susan Glover of Mexico, and Monique Cormier of Portland. She was preceded in death by her mother, Geraldine Walker (Moro) and her father, Norman Cormier.

Lisa was born on April 5, 1963, in Rumford. She graduated from Mexico High School in 1980. On May 23, 1987, she married Stephen Hall, the couple moved around Maine and New Hampshire a bit before finally settling in Rangeley in 1989. Lisa began working for First Farm then Atlantic Salmon for many years before becoming a full time mom.

Lisa enjoyed many outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, skiing, swimming, and kayaking to name a few. She loved spending time at camp on Mooselookmeguntic lake with friends, family, and especially with the kids and their friends and cousins; and sitting by the campfire after watching amazing sunsets. For hobbies Lisa thoroughly enjoyed doing pottery and creating pieces. Being a bit of a prankster at heart, Lisa was always at her best on April 1st, a day where friends and family were always on guard for practical jokes. Once asked what her greatest accomplishment in life was, Lisa said, “My Children.”

The family would like to thank Androscoggin Hospice Home in Auburn for their kindness and care.

Lisa requested no memorial service be held. At some point in the near, very near future a Celebration of her Life gathering will be held in her honor and notices will go out to family and friends.

In lieu of flowers, please send donations to:

 Friends Helping Friends

c/o Franklin Savings Bank

P.O. 650

Rangeley, Maine 04970 


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