Our beautiful Andrea

In life we rarely get the opportunity to know and love a soul who brings a fire and passion for the welfare of others that consumes you with caring and love, but in the process that same fire and passion also consumes them. This was our beloved Andi.

Andrea Rebecca Hall was born on Nov. 12, 1982, in Burley, Idaho, to Daniel A. Jensen and Linda Steiner; she was consumed by her undying love and passion for the welfare of others on Sept. 28, 2011. At 28 years of age, Andrea returned to our loving Heavenly Father in a manner that Andrea herself would not consciously understand.

Andrea was very studious, graduating from Burley High School and finishing her studies at ISU with a bachelor’s degree in social work. It was during this time that she met, and was sealed for time and all eternity to her loving and devoted sweetheart, Weston Glenn Hall, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. They were blessed with two beautiful children, Alexis Breann and Blake Glenn Hall shortly thereafter, both of whom carry the same character attributes Andrea always had on full display. She now has other work to do, more lives to touch. She will always be with her children, family, and especially the untold friends and acquaintances’ (she never met a stranger). She was well known for her contagious smile, bubbly and infectious personality. She strived to make others always feel better about themselves, but at times neglected to do the same for herself. She was always giving, full of compassion and grace, asking for very little in return.

She was preceded in death by a paternal grandfather, Robert S. Jensen; a maternal grandmother, Patricia Stoker Steiner; and most recently her loving father-in-law (with whom she had a special relationship), Glenn E. Hall.

The family asks that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the Andrea Hall Memorial Fund established at Farmers National Bank, care of Weston G. Hall, or the Andrea Jensen Hall Memorial Fund at any Wells Fargo Bank. They also ask that those who knew Andrea best to be ever vigilant for others with the same consuming fire and extend to them the same love and caring that Andrea so freely gave.

A visitation for Andrea will be held Friday, Oct. 7, at the Twin Falls South Stake Center, 851 Harrison St. S. and Orchard Drive in Twin Falls, where family and friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. A funeral service will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, also at the stake center, with a visitation beginning at 1 p.m. Andrea will be placed to rest in the Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery until her Savior comes. Arrangements are under the care of Farnsworth Mortuary, 1343 S. Lincoln Ave., Jerome, ID 83338.


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There are not enough words to describe the love you showed, the service you gave, and the sacrifices you made in your life. I love you and will miss you until we see each other again. It was an honor to have you in my life. You set a great example and many will do a lot of good things because of you. I guess heaven needed you more (as Wes told me when I was struggling). I love you, Andi.


My thoughts and prayers are going out to the Hall family during this trying time. Andrea was a great person and human being. My son was very blessed to have her by his side for the last several years during his schooling. Andrea you will be deeply missed. -Crystal,Colby,Ian,and Caitlin


Andrea was a wonderful, beautiful person. She touched my heart with her love and passion for the work she did. My son was blessed to get to work with her for just a short time, but in that time, she changed my son's life. She talked about her family with such love and pride. My thoughts and prayers are with her family at this time. We have lost a beautiful person in our lives but heaven got their angel back.


Friends and Family of Andrea, the address listed in Andrea's Obituary is incorrect. The correct address is 851 Harrison St. S Twin Falls, ID 83301 You should be able to pull the directions up on Mapquest with this correction.


Linda and Michael and family, We send our heartfelt condolences on the loss of your beautiful Anndrea. Her obituary is a wonderful tribute to her and her life. The Atonement of the Savior will have added meaning in knowing that families are forever. Love, Walt & Eileen Petersen - San Salvador

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