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Elizabeth Z. Hallman

Elizabeth Hallman

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Elizabeth Z. Hallman, 91, passed away very peacefully on Thursday, April 30, 2020 at home surrounded by family.  

Born on September 16, 1928, she was the daughter of Albert E. and Blanche B. Zimmerman.  She was the widow of Harry F. Hallman, Jr.  In addition to her husband and her parents, Elizabeth was preceded in death by her brother, Robert, her sister Dorothy and daughter, Christine.

Elizabeth was a 1945 graduate of William Penn High School.  She also briefly attended Lebanon Valley College.  Elizabeth was a retired secretary with the Synod of the Trinity in Camp Hill.  

She was a former member of Harris Street United Methodist Church in Harrisburg where she was Director of Music for 15 years.  She was also a member of the Mount Laurel Church of God in West Hanover Township.

Elizabeth had a great love for music, reading and her extensive classic movie library.  

Surviving are her children, Harry F. Hallman III, Michael E. Hallman, Sr. and his wife Annette, Cheryl M. Hallman, Nancy E. Parry and her husband David, and Stephen W. Hallman, all of Harrisburg.  Also surviving are three grandchildren, Michael E. Hallman Jr., Adam P. Parry and Christine Parry, all of Harrisburg, as well as an extended family of cousins, nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Homeland Hospice of Harrisburg.

The Sullivan Funeral Home of Enola is once again honored to serve the Hallman family.


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  1. Betty was our choir director at Harris Street UM Church for fifteen years. Those were happy years for my wife and me because Betty knew how to direct. and chose music that our choir could sing. Later in life, she chose music for Steve and me to sing together at churches during the summer months. When I last visited her, she still had that nice smile that I had seen over the years. Patti and I will certainly miss her, but we know that she is in a better place.

  2. I knew Elizabeth before she came to the pharmacy I worked in. I used to cut her hair when I was a hairdresser. She was always such a nice lady & I enjoyed talking to her. I got to see her again when I started working in the pharmacy. We talked several times. Then I got to meet her daughter Cindy. I liked seeing her as well as her mother. She will be missed. My deepest condolences & love to the family & especially Cindy. Take care & know I am thinking of you.

  3. It was always a pleasure to see Mrs. Hallman in our office.
    May her memory be a blessing to all who knew her.

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