On March 8, 2016 Sally Larson Hale passed away. The life of Sally was never dull she was a founding member of St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church on 42 nd and Boston, as well as, the first teacher at St. Christopher’s school, which later became All Saints Episcopal School. Sally was one of the founders and original owners of Pedro’s Tamales, which she ran successfully until she retired in the mid 1990’s. Sally left behind many lessons about life, love, and kindness. Her home was a place where everyone was welcome, and no one was left unfulfilled. She believed you always offer your guests food, drink, and a dog to pet. Never miss an opportunity to get a good nap, and always have a good book handy. She never met a stranger, and throughout her life she encouraged her children and grandchildren to be exactly who they were. She is survived by her first husband, and beloved friend of 70 years, Dave Andrews; her sister in-law, Sharon Larson; her 3 children Tom Andrews, Jim Andrews, and Anita Page; her 6 grandchildren Laura Delcambre, James Andrews, Daniel Andrews, Jayton Page, Thomas Page, and Randee Page; and last but not least her 6 great grandchildren Thomas Andrews, Aubrey Andrews, Bella Andrews, Gwynevere Page, Elliot Page, and Rowan Delcambre. Sally will be reunited with her youngest son David Scott Andrews and her older brother Walter Larson. There will never be another lady like our beloved Grandma Sally we love you and will always keep you in our hearts. Sally donated her body to the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center as her final gift to the world. A memorial service will be held at Broadway Funeral Home 1901 Broadway Ave. on Thursday March 17, 2016 at 3:00pm. The family would like to thank Hospice of Lubbock for their kindness and support. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Lubbock 3702 21 st . St Lubbock Texas 79410.