June 11, 2022

Elizabeth E. Hall

Elizabeth Ella Hall age 25, October 2, 1996 – May 31, 2022

Elizabeth Ella Hall of New York City, NY passed away unexpectedly at her home in New York City from undiagnosed heart disease. Elizabeth was born in Lincoln Nebraska on October 2, 1996 to Gary Hall and Brenda Culver.

Elizabeth graduated from Waverly High School in 2015.  She had a passion for art and fashion and had planned to move to New York City since she was a little girl, and was proud to become an official New York City resident. She attended the Fashion Institute of Technology where she earned a degree in Fashion Business Management and Communication Design.  She was enrolled to complete her degree in Fabric Styling. While attending college full time, Elizabeth was employed for many years at Kinship Coffee in Queens, NY.  She had also begun her professional career as a fabric stylist. Elizabeth was a strong advocate for human rights, particularly women’s rights and believed all people should be treated equally. She particularly enjoyed thrift shopping, collecting numerous house plants, and a love for all animals.

Elizabeth is survived by her father Gary (Pam) Hall, and her mother Brenda Culver, Brothers Alex (Rosie), and Walker. Nieces Ava, Payton, and Layla. Grandparents Marvin (Doris) Hall, and Robert Culver Sr.  Aunts Linda (Bruce) Tesarek, Debra (Bruce) Doctor, Norma (Mike) Houfek, Linda (Rick) Chrastil. Uncles Dave (Patti) Hall, Robert (Debra) Culver Jr,, James (Fran) Culver. Cousins Travis, Heather, Amanda, Brandi, Aaron, Sammie, Preston, Ian, Julie, Bri, Christopher, Ashley, Clarissa, and Alison. Her beloved cat Neptune. Close friends Julia Woodridge, Emily Naff, Madison Cahill, Morgan Wynne, Erika Silva, Brianna Kosmicki, all her Kinship family, and so many more. Preceded in death by her grandmother Monita Culver, her aunt Mary Culver, and her aunt Marcia Hall.

Celebration of life will be held at the Waverly First United Methodist Church, 14410 Folkstone St. Waverly Nebraska on Friday June 17th, 2022 at 11:00am.  Lunch and fellowship will follow the service after which you are invited to a graveside service at Wyuka Cemetery, 3600 “O” St. Lincoln Nebraska.  Visitation will be Thursday June 16, 2022 at Wyuka Funeral Home from 5:00-7:00pm with the family in attendance.  In honor of Elizabeth’s signature style, guests are encouraged to wear glitter on their eyebrows and sparkly attire.



  1. My deepest condolences Brenda during this difficult time. Sending many prayers of comfort. My heart goes out to you and your family. It’s brought me so much joy to see that Breanna and Elizabeth got to be roommates and gain a new friendship while on the summer program prior to them heading out to the Big Apple to follow their dreams. Heaven has gained a very precious angel. Xoxo 🙏🏼🙏🏼

  2. I’m so sorry for Elizabeth’s premature death. She was a sweetheart. I so liked it when we were together and she always wanted to sit be me. I will always remember her. Love you Elizabeth.

  3. My heart is broken for all of Elizabeth’s family and friends. I cannot even imagine the pain that all of you are in for losing such a wonderful person in such a sudden and unexpected way. She was blessed to have all of you in her life and it was obvious how much she was loved. She will be watching over all of you. May God hold you in his hands to bring you comfort and peace. 🙏

  4. Brenda and family. We were so sorry to learn of your Daughter’s death. Our sympathy
    Denis and Trudy Schneckloth

  5. Brenda and family. There are no words for how sorry I am about the loss of Elizabeth. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

  6. It is the Inner Bond that Draws one person to another!
    Not words they have exchanged.
    Elizabeth ELLA had that incredible gift.

    Here very close friends feel that inner, and will never let go, for it was so strong.

    In the photos she would strike a pose, freeze that moment, her soul was always glowing outward.
    These your familyand friends will have forever!

    Elizabeth___Greatful to have shared some of our timelines her on earth,
    Hope you are still riding on the butterfly and meeting up with souls who made it there before you

  7. Brenda, I pray for you and loved ones to find peace in all the cherished memories as well as knowing your dear daughter, Elizabeth is in a beautiful place ✝️
    Sending you hugs and prayers forward ✝️💕

  8. My wife and I had the pleasure of speaking with Elizabeth most weekday mornings while grabbing our coffee at Kinship. Our conversations often lead back to our families as we had learned we were both from Nebraska. She was a kind and gentle person, who really cared about people. This was evident as she often asked about my family, whom she’d never met with genuine interest. Our hearts go out to her friends and family during this impossible time. Rest In Peace Elizabeth. I will miss our banter.

    • Matthew your words mean so much to me. Her “regulars” were like family to her as was all of the Kinship crew.
      Thank you for posting this!

  9. This is one of Elle’s professors at FIT. I just learned of her passing. I offer so many condolences. Elle always had a close group of friends in class and her loss will be felt by many. She had a clear artistic vision and passion. With great sadness I offer my heartfelt sympathy.

    • Thank you Justin. Elizabeth truly lived her life long dream of moving to NYC and graduating from FIT.
      I’m thankful to you and all the staff at FIT for accepting her as one of your own.
      Thank you!


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