Ashley Windsor Hall, 44, of Johnson


JOHNSON — There is no easy way to say our beloved son Ashley Windsor Hall has passed away on June 11, 2024. The untimely death of a friend or acquaintance is disturbing and sad, but if that death is one of your children, it leaves a hole in your heart that we don’t think will ever heal. The divorce of Cynthia and Wayne was disappointing, but Ashley received two people into his life, Peter Mix, a great stepdad, and Kitty Hall, a wonderful stepmom. They both treated Ash with care and love as if he were their own child. For that we are forever grateful.

He leaves his parents, Cythia Salter-Mix of Waterville, Vt., and Wayne G. Hall of Orwell, Vt.; his stepmother, Kathleen “Kitty” Hall; stepfather, Peter Mix; brother Eric Sterling Hall and wife Ashlie; brother DeWalt Mix and his sweetheart Irina Moon; and sister Sophia Ferning (Robin’s twin) and her husband, Craig Ferning.

Ashley was predeceased by baby brother Robin Lancelot Salter-Mix; his grandparents, Glen Lancelot Salter and Alice Salter, Windsor and Mary Hall, and Robin and Kendall Mix; and uncle Paul Tuttle and aunt Maria Hall.

Ash leaves as well his sweetheart of 10 years, Tiffani Tomlinson, surrogate father Brent Tomlinson, multiple cousins, aunts, and uncles in the Hall, Salter, Tuttle and Mix families and too many friends and mentors to enumerate.

Ash had an amazing work ethic with anything he took on, but especially as a painter, both exterior and interior.  He was out go-to guy for projects around our home, helping move and rebuild a gazebo and build a pergola with Peter, paint our house along with his mummsie, as he referred to her, and so many other projects.

He enjoyed cooking, creating, hiking, camping, skiing, fishing and landscaping and gardening when he allowed himself free time.

Born on Valentine’s Day 1980, Ash found heart-shaped artifacts everywhere he went — in nature and the clouds — and created hearts in the snow for Tiffani during our long Vermont winters.

Though he had difficulties in life, he had a heart of gold, a generous spirit, a beautiful smile and the hair … Wow! When he would cast those sky-blue eyes your way when hi soul was happy, you had a better day because of him. He reached out in a loving, giving away to many, many people.

“Go rest high on that mountain, for your work on earth is done.”

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to kidney and cancer research.◊


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