Inez Hall of Greenport passed away Oct. 28, 2014. She was 92.
She was born in Bough, England, June 30, 1922, the daughter of Reginald and Violet Wordsworth. Ms. Hall served during World War II in the British Army from 1940 until 1943, as a driving instructor, staff car and transport driver for the 477 Cmt regiment.
As a teenager, Ms. Hall was a long-distance swimmer and loved sailing boats around Plymouth Harbor in England. She came to the United States after marrying Andrew Dasch, an American soldier serving in England during the war. After coming to America, she was an avid antique collector and dealer for over 60 years and was still going to flea markets and yard sales at age 92.
Ms. Hall was predeceased by her husbands Andrew Dasch, Vito Mannino and Robert Hall; her brother, Alex Wordsworth; her sister, Brenda Holiday; her son, Andrew Paul Dasch; her stepdaughter, Susan Hall; and her grandson, David Dasch Jr. She is survived by her sons, John and David Dasch of South Carolina; two daughters, Shirley Dasch (Bob) Krug of Florida; and Linda Mannino (John) Sondgeroth of East Marion; stepsons, Robert Hall of Saint James and Bruce Hall of Port Jefferson; sisters, Madeline West and Elizabeth Snook of England; brothers, Christopher Wordsworth of Auckland, NZ and Robin Wordsworth of Switzerland; grandchildren, Joey, Lisa, Jason, Rob, Jenny, Rich, Matthew, Darlene, Dawn, Diane, Jennifer and John; and many great-grandchildren.
Arrangements were handled by Horton-Mathie Funeral Home in Greenport. Services were private.
Memorial donations may be made to Eastern Long Island Hospital.
This is a paid notice.