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Debera Ann Paulson-Hall

Debera Ann Paulson-Hall, 51, of Duluth, Minn., formerly of Carlton, Minn., passed away Friday, Dec. 12, 2008, in Duluth. She was born Aug. 15, 1957, in Cloquet to Ronald and Donna (Schmitz) Hall and graduated from Carlton High School in 1975. Deb...

Debera Ann Paulson-Hall, 51, of Duluth, Minn., formerly of Carlton, Minn., passed away Friday, Dec. 12, 2008, in Duluth. She was born Aug. 15, 1957, in Cloquet to Ronald and Donna (Schmitz) Hall and graduated from Carlton High School in 1975. Debera was an accomplished pianist and led the youth music program at Zion Lutheran Church where she was a member. She also taught at the Lake Superior College in Duluth. Debera worked for St. Mary's Medical Center in Duluth as an automation specialist. She was an avid reader, loved movies and country music. Debera was a devoted mother, grandmother, daughter, sister and friend.

Debera was preceded in death by one granddaughter, Jada.

She is survived by three children, Noah Paulson of Superior, Wis., and Evan Paulson and Kasie Paulson, both of Cloquet; her parents; Ronald and Donna Hall of Bullhead City, Ariz.; and four sisters, Diana (Scott) Johnson of Staples, Minn., Roni Young of Esko, Minn., Dena (Rod) Stanchfield of Wayzata, Minn., and Darla Hall of Yuma, Ariz.

Visitation will be held from 5-8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 17, at Nelson Funeral Care, 1004 Cloquet Ave., Cloquet. The visitation will continue Thursday, Dec. 18, from 10 a.m. until the 11 a.m. funeral service at Zion Lutheran Church, 1000 Washington Ave., Cloquet. Following the service there will be a luncheon and time of fellowship in the social hall. Interment services will be at Sandy Lake Cemetery.

The family has selected Nelson Funeral Care, Cloquet, 218-879-3225, to assist them with arrangements. See the family online guest book at www.nelsonfuneralcare.net .

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December 18, 2008 ~ Pine Journal, Cloquet, Minn.

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