In Memory

Susie Green (Hall) - Class Of 1966

Susie Green (Hall)

Cammie Sue Hall (Green), 73, better known as Susie, of McCordsville Indiana, passed away peacefully on June 14, 2022, surrounded by her family. 

She was born November 10, 1948 in Coleman, Texas, daughter of Betty Jo Cross and Joe Wright Green.

Susie graduated from Rockville High School in 1966, where she was a cheerleader and Covered Bridge Queen. She was escorted by her future husband and love of her life, Mike Hall.

She spent the most wonderful years of her childhood living on Adam’s Farms in Rockville Indiana riding horses, motorcycles and barrel racing.

She went on to attend Purdue University Lafayette and Indiana State University in Terre Haute, Indiana. She attended beauty school after college in Terre Haute and worked at the Terre Haute Public Library.

She was the mother of two children, both born in Terre Haute.

She later went on to work for Traub and Company, and was a lighting design consultant and outside sales representative in the electrical industry. 

Susie loved being with her family, dear friends and especially her grandkids. One of the things she held most dear to her was being present for the births of her grandchildren. 

She was known for her love of animals of all kinds, being referred to at times as “an animal whisperer”.

Her artistic talent was a gift, one that she passed on to both her children and grandchildren.

She was an avid sports fan. It wasn’t unusual for her to be either talking about sports or attending sporting events. She loved watching her grandsons play sports, and her favorite time of year was the Fall, under the Friday night lights! 

Susie is survived by her loving husband of 21 years, Michael Hall of Mccordsville Indiana, children Neal Alexander (Wendy) of Lapel Indiana, Jennifer Tippmann (Ron) of Indianapolis Indiana, and stepsons Tony and Scott Hall of Brownsburg, Indiana.

Her beloved grandchildren, Cole, Will and Luke Alexander, Alex and Olivia Tippmann, Brandon and Aaron Hall, Megan Kemp, Jenna Ramsland and great-grandchildren Hunter Hall and Lucas James Kemp.

Beloved Brothers and sister-in-law, John McKinney (Patti) of Pittsboro, Indiana, Joe Green (Tammi) of Clive Iowa and Bill Green (Debby) Monticello, Indiana.

She was preceded in death by her father, Joe Wright Green, mother Betty Joe Cross, Aunt Nancy Reeves, Uncle George Green and Sister, Nancy Kay Green.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations to:

Kindred Hospice (in her name)
9775 Crosspoint Blvd suite #118
Indianapolis,  IN 46256
Attention: Vanessa Kiely 


Shelbyville/Shelby County Animal Shelter
705 Hale Road
Shelbyville, Indiana 46176
In loving memory of her father Dr. Joe Wright Green D.V.M.  Saint Paul, Indiana

For those that don’t know and loved her, my mom passed away this week (6-13-22) surrounded by some of the people she loved most in the world.

How do you sum up the life of a person who is your best friend? I’m not sure I can, but I will try to find the words. My mom was everything to me. That’s not an exaggeration. She truly was!

She was beautiful, kind and loving with a smile that lit up a room when she walked in!

She was my biggest cheerleader and the person who could dish out a dose of tough love on me like no other! We could talk for hours about everything and sometimes nothing at all. The content never mattered, it was just being with her.

I will miss her always! A huge piece of my heart left me yesterday and I know I will never be the same.

I love you mom! ♥️

Jen Alexander Tippmann




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06/16/22 10:00 PM #1    

Jim Bratcher (1964)

So  sorry  to hear a bout  Susie Mike  , I wish  you and  yours  al the best in getting  through  this terrible  time, I was  diagnosed  with 3rd  stage Lung cancer  some  time back and  just  went  through  Chemo and  radiation  and  they think  they got it , sure hope  so Mike   I will be praying  for  you and  the  rest of  the family  so take care my  friend  and God Bless  you all, Amen


06/17/22 03:59 AM #2    

Billy Gene Hill 66 (1966)

Mike,   I texted Max Higgs and my fellow classmates of 1966  last night and said "it's like a kick in the gut that I didn't see coming".   Sue was so liked because she was always so happy.  She was friends with everyone.   I was privileged to be one of them.  She will be missed.    Bill Hill "66".

06/17/22 08:56 AM #3    

Judi Hays (Bleicher) (1966)

I have nothing but good memories about Susie. I remember her first day of attending Rockville schools, probably because I was fairly new myself. She had a great smile and good sense of humor.  I will never forget all the camping trips at Adams Farms. Peace to you, Susie, and blessings to your family. 

06/17/22 09:23 AM #4    

Sharon Seward (O'Hair) (1964)

Mike & family, I was so sorry to read Jen's FB post about Susie. She alway seemed so happy & proud of her kids & grandkids when I would see her posts. We know that same joy of watching our granddaughters play soccer & sing in show choir. Susie was so sweet and pretty. We lost our daughter a couple of years ago quite unexpectedly, so I truly know and feel your pain. Our prayers are with all of you.  

06/17/22 10:46 AM #5    

Connie Beach (Maltin) (1966)

So sorry to hear..condolences to the family. I remember Susie from high school, always a beautiful smile. 

06/17/22 11:00 AM #6    

Duncan Snowden (1966)

One thing I could always count on when returning home to Rockville for a reunion was that Susie would be there with a welcome smile and hug.  She never lost that youthful exuberance and a love of life.  I know she will be missed tremendously.  

06/17/22 05:01 PM #7    

Billy Gene Hill 66 (1966)

To John McKinney, Joe Green (65) and Bill Green (68)

Hello old friends.   Loosing a sister is never easy, especially a sister like Susie.    She was always laughing and smiling.   We were all privileged to have her (and you guys and Nancy) in our lives.    Just a short note to let you know that you guys are in our thoughts during this difficult time of reflection.   Bill and Linda Hill

06/18/22 11:46 AM #8    

Alice Allbright (King) (1966)

Judy reminded me of our great camping trips on Adams Farms.  Susie led the wat, and we followed.  Her enthusiasm and energy was infectious.  Susie took care of her friends.  I loved her as did all of us. She made us feel special, but we weren't even close to her kind of "special."  Love and miss you, my friend.

06/18/22 03:26 PM #9    

Tom Myers (1967)


Susie Green Hall had one of the brightest, most joyful, contagious smiles and personalities of anyone I’ve ever known. She always made you feel better just by being in her presence! Every year when I came back to Rockville for the annual golf outings one of the things I enjoyed most was Susie’s smile and the genuine joy of her hug! Had I known last year that was going to be my last I would have hung on a little longer! She was a kind, generous and loving person! I’ll sure miss her smile and hug whenever I come back to Rockville Reunions.

Mike I know right now it’s really hard but as you move forward focus on the many good times the two of you shared and realize how blessed you were to enjoy many amazing years with Susie. I know you’ll cherish the memories!

Praying Mike that God will bring you peace and comfort!




06/20/22 01:24 PM #10    

Don Phillips (1966)

RIP my friend from days gone past.

Susie always had the wonderful ability to make one forget about their problems and focus on the good things in life.  I will never forget that infectiious smile and her comforting hug was always reassuring that there were better times ahead. 

Mike,  Condolences to you and all the family on Susie's passing.  She was such a good friend to me.

Don Phillips

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