Norma (Uccellini) Hall, 84, died March 19, 2010, at her home in Hobe Sound, Fla., surrounded by her family. She was for 63 years the wife of Louis Hall Jr.

Mrs. Hall was born Jan. 4, 1926, to Italian immigrant parents, Ines and Ferdinand Uccellini. The youngest of six children, she was 2 when her mother died. She was raised primarily by her oldest sister, Ann.

Mrs. Hall spent most of her life as a resident of Norwalk, where she spent many years working with and assisting one of Fairfield County's most exclusive caterers.

She helped prepare the food and oversaw and assisted at the events.

Mrs. Hall was known for being a good cook and hosted many parties and family gatherings.

Mrs. Hall and her husband lived in Norwalk and New Milford before retiring permanently to Florida. They spent the last 17 years in Hobe Sound.

She was a member of the Eaglewood Ladies Golf Association and the Eaglewood Social Committee.

Through her involvement with the golf association, she made many friends and attended and helped plan numerous dances and events.

Mrs. Hall loved bingo night, card playing with the girls and "The Price is Right."

While dining out, Mrs. Hall was known to visit restaurant's kitchen to converse with the wait staff and chefs.

Mrs. Hall had a deep belief and faith in her Catholic religion. She applied her belief in all aspects of her daily life. Prayers were conducted daily and faithfully.

In addition to her husband, Mrs. Hall is survived by two sons, Louis, and his wife, Pamela, of New Milford, and Keith, of New Britain; a daughter, Jill Johnson, and her husband, Philip, of Sandy Hook; three grandchildren, Rebecca Morits, and her husband, Sean, of Newtown, Logan Hall, of New Milford, and Knute Johnson, of Sandy Hook; a great-grandchild, Ella Blue Morits of Newtown; two sisters Johana Nelson, and her husband, Eric, of Danbury, and Josephine Boardman, and her husband, Howard, of Ridgefield; and several nieces and nephews and their children. She was predeceased by three brothers, Bert, Fred and John Uccellini, and two sisters, Ann Demare and Virginia Brennan.

Burial in Norwalk will be private. Friends and family will be received at the home of Louis and Pamela Hall today (Friday) at 3 p.m. to celebrate a life well lived.

Memorials may be made to Treasure Coast Hospice, 1201 SE Indian St., Stuart, FL 34997.