Obituary of Charlotte Hall Saiz
Charlotte Hall Saiz, age 77, passed away peacefully in N/W Tucson while under home hospice & both daughters care for 3 weeks. She fought hard for mos., but there were many complications from treatment. It was officially called Dec.27th, but we are certain it was before midnight the 26th. 9 months to the day, she joined her "honey" Tino.
She was born in Ray, Arizona March 13th 1945 to Clifford & Josephine “Cricket" Hall. She graduated from Morenci High School in 1963. Married the love of her life & would have celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary June 1st, 2022. They moved from Clifton, Az. to Mammoth, Az. in 1972. She was always a homemaker, known for her spotless house & making fresh tortillas daily for her family. She did some flawless upholstery jobs in her younger years, loved crossword puzzles, crochet, cross stitch, the casino, true crime series, & spending time with family. Always with a sense of humor & quick sarcasm.
She is preceded in death by her husband Tino, parents Clifford & Cricket Hall, younger sister Sandy & 2 nephews in Hawaii.
Survived by daughter Robin Saiz of Tucson, Michael Saiz (Stephanie) of Mesa, who also cared for her 3 weeks prior, & daughter Rachel Saiz (Todd) of Tucson. Six Grandchildren, Stephanie Freker (Brian),Vanessa Saiz (Joey) who gave a great amount of time caring for, running errands,& taking to appointments, Alyx Saiz (Chris), Mario Serna, Paul Tovar II (Melanie), & David Renteria. 3 bonus Grandchildren Mikey, Matt, & Dominique. 10 Great Grandchildren Jordyn Jaidyn, Ariah, Joshua, Demetri, Gino, Paul III, Zoey, Alizae, & Maximus.
Brother Jimmy Hall of Hawaii, Sister Jody Johnson of Safford, Brother in laws Johnny Saiz of Apache Grove, & Mike Saiz (Margie) of Oracle. Along with many other family and friends.
As of her wishes, there will be no services. In lieu of flowers, donations in her honor would be appreciated. Arizona Oncology Foundation. 2625 N. Craycroft, Ste. 215 Tucson AZ 85712. Send a check to the address or donate at their online website. They provide support to cancer patients & their family. Including therapy, caregiver advice, fuel cards, wigs, research, etc.