In loving memory of

Susan Liberty Hall

Susan Liberty Hall passed away on October 2, 2020 at her home in New River, Arizona, at the age of 75. Susan was born in Hawthorn, California to C.O. and Jessie Brown. Susan was a very successful business woman achieving recognition of her company with Young Living Essential Oils, as "The Three Wise Men and the Company of Angels", where she became one of the top leaders reaching the level of Platinum. Susan is survived by her son Brandon Hall and his wife Erica and their 3 children, Tatum, Kensington and Kelton. Susan was preceded in death by her parents and her brother Jerry Buss. She leaves behind many nephews, nieces and cousins. She was a faithful and loyal friend to many. She will be greatly missed.

The Celebration of Life for Susan will be held on Friday, October 23, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. at Hansen Desert Hills Mortuary, 6500 E. Bell Rd. Interment will take place immediately after the Celebration of Life, at Paradise Memorial Gardens, 9300 E. Shea Blvd, Scottsdale, Arizona.


maureen agganis wrote on Nov 25, 2020:

"Susan was the nicest and most caring person I have ever and will ever meet. I loved her as a mother and she loved me as her own. I was with her till the end and although I encouraged her to keep fighting she kept assuring me that she wasnt afraid of death and not to worry because she knew she was going to be with her beloved creator. She often taught me about the bible and I will always cherish her spiritual teachings and commitment to helping others. No one can replace her she was simply the best. I find comfort As I now care for her precious Valor and beloved Nui Nui . May you rest in peace... Until we meet again.... love maureen "

Jeanie Buss wrote on Nov 11, 2020:

"Everyone who met my Aunt Susan remarked how incredibly kind, sweet and beautiful she was. Her laugh made me smile. Her shared her heart fully and unconditionally. I will miss her so much and know she is filled with the holy spirit she so often spoke of. I love you my gorgeous Aunt Susan. Jeanie "

Marie wrote on Oct 19, 2020:

"Aunt Susan always celebrated our times together with sweetness and funny and fascinating stories of her life and all the family. She made me feel loved and I will miss her so much. God Bless you, Aunt Susan. Your loving niece, Marie"