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Elizabeth E Hart Hallock Languille
Birth: Nov. 27, 1938
Wenatchee
Chelan County
Washington, USA
Death: Jan. 28, 2004
Everett
Snohomish County
Washington, USA

Elizabeth (Hart) Hallock Languille - Posted May 21, 2004

Elizabeth (Hart) Hallock Languille, of Everett, died Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2004.

She was born in Wenatchee and grew up in Chelan County.
Liz married James H. Hallock 3 Feb 1958 at Lakeside.
She moved to Western Washington in 1965, and in 1970, to Montana.

She returned to Chelan in 1978. She worked in real estate and later as front office manager in chiropractic offices.
She divorced James in 1981 and married Jack Langille 1989.
Survivors include her mother, M. Virginia Hart, of Boulder City, Nev.; her husband, Jack Languille of Everett; three children, Lia Hallock Griffin of Nevada, James P. Hallock of New Mexico, and Joseph P. Hallock of Texas; a brother, Patrick Russell Hart of Kittitas; and a sister, Judy Hart Schmidt of Havre, Mont.

A celebration of her life will be 10 a.m. Saturday at Twenty-five Mile Creek at the old Ayres/Hale homestead.

Information from Lia Hallock: My Mother was the most amazing woman. She had a heart of gold and the size of Washington! She is the grand-daughter of Forman and Mary Ayres, homesteaders at 25 Mile Creek. Their eldest daughter, Margaret Virginia Ayres married Maurice "Patrick" Hart on the homestead and My mother, although born in Wenatchee was going to school until just before the bus accident that took the life of her Uncle Ronald Forman Ayres.
Uncle Ronnie saved four children before he succombed to the cold water, and swam away from the shore in his confusion. My grandpa Pat was born in Leavenworth, WA and raised in Wenatchee. He and his father built many buildings that are still standing. Pat built the building where the Apple Cup Cafe is now. He was a stone and brick mason, as well as a rancher. My mother was primarily raised in Manson, WA, with a younger brother and sister. Mom was born Nov 27, 1938. She graduated High school at Manson and was an apple blossum princess. She was as beautiful inside as she was outside, and well loved by all who truly knew her.
She met amd married James Hubert Hallock at Lakeside, WA, Feb 3, 1958. They were married 25 yrs. They began their family of three children there in Chelan and in 1966 migrated to the Penninsula near Montesano.
They lived there until 1969 and moved to north Seattle in Kenmore. They only lived there a year. Mom was a telephone operator at the time she met my Dad, and she worked at the University as a telephone operator during their short time in Kenmore (they purchased a home there). The available Jobs for my dad was not what he liked, so he moved his family in 1970 to Manhattan Montana. They stayed there in a home they purchased until 1978. They returned to Chelan, but my Dad was working at the Nuclear plant on the coast and commuting. In 1983 they divorced. Mom stayed in Chelan, building her own business and selling realestate.
She was so beautiful that men half her age were asking her out on dates! My Dad returned to Montana about the time of the divorce. While selling time shares at Wapato Point she met Jack Languille. They were married about 22 years. Mom had breast cancer, but had the test of cure (5 yrs no cancer) but it returned and went into the bone. She is missed by everyone who knew her. After the stock crash Jack and mom moved to Seattle area and then to Everett. Mom worked in a chiropractic office as office manager. She loved people and they loved her. She was thee most genuinely loving person with so much integrity. She tanned so beautifully and had peridot colored eyes with very long lashes. She was always thin and physically active. She loved to ski and golf, she grew amazing roses and vegetables. Mom made the best pie crust and could bake and decorate a cake that you would swear was from the best bakery in Seattle. She made the best divinity candy that I have ever tasted. And she loved to bake too. She was always moving and although she would stop to read and drink a cup of tea, she usually was reading something educational. She was a follower of Edgar Cayce, as well as a lover of history, nature and the ocean. Mom swam with the Manatees and dolphins. She loved her family most of all and lived her life in a quiet way appreciative of what God provided, giving back to others and making many sacrifices for her children to have a better life.

member of the O.E.S. in Manhattan, MT 
 
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 Parents:
  Maurice Partick Hart (1913 - 1966)
  Margaret Virginia Ayres Hart (1916 - 2010)
 
 Spouse:
  James Hubert Hallock (1932 - 2009)*
 
 Sibling:
  Elizabeth E Hart Hallock Languille (1938 - 2004)
  Judith Virginia Hart Schmidt (1948 - 2006)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Mary L. Ayres, Forman L. Ayres, Anna A. Lish, Forman R. Ayres - granddaughter
 
Burial:
Riverview Cemetery
Chelan
Chelan County
Washington, USA
Plot: Row 8 Block 236 Lot 2
 
Maintained by: lia hallock
Originally Created by: Teresa
Record added: Apr 05, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 25765690
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- lia hallock
 Added: Nov. 12, 2012
Mom - in remembrance of the daphodils on the penninsula. No one could have asked for a warmer, loving mother. You were the very best of the best. I miss you.
- lia hallock
 Added: Mar. 31, 2012
Mom, You will always be the darling of all my friendships, as you are the very best. I miss you every moment.
- LJ Hallock Griffin
 Added: Sep. 5, 2010
 
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