Audrey Kay Hallum

Audrey Kay Hallum

ISHPEMING, MI – Audrey Kay Hallum, age 64, passed away on Monday, July 1st, 2019, at the Trillium Hospice House in Marquette where she was under the loving care of her family and UP Home Health and Hospice.

Audrey was born on January 11th, 1955, to Albert and Karen (Garceau) Tousignant in Ishpeming where she was a lifelong resident.

She was a graduate of the Ishpeming High School, class of 1973. Audrey was a homemaker and raised 6 children. She loved spending time with them most and enjoyed teaching them about nature, cooking, baking, gardening, and most of all showing love and kindness to the world, especially to those who needed it most. She had a huge heart and loved to help and encourage anyone in need. She spent countless hours feeding anyone and everyone that visited her home and always had a listening ear and open arms. She was so beloved by her large family and all of her friends, as well as her kids’ friends who she treated as her own.

Audrey is survived by her daughters: Jaimee (Chad) Dobson of Rainier, WA, Jenny (Ron Mortti) Knight of De Pere, WI, Emily (Josh) Nault of Ishpeming, Elyssa (Adam) Gregurash of Marquette, and Eryn (Jesse Baldini) Hallum of Ishpeming, her son: Jedd (Taylor Mitchell) Hallum also of Ishpeming, her grandchildren and true pride and joy: Orion, Elizabeth, Hunter, Morgan, Avery, Carsen, Jaxson, Addelyn, Anna, and Ashley, her two sisters: Sandra Healey of Wyoming, MI and Julee (Mike) Hammond of Corona, CA, her brother: David (Adrienne) Tousignant of Ishpeming, several nieces and nephews, and special friend Rhonda Rosewall and her girls.

She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother Kevin Tousignant of Ishpeming.

Audrey will be dearly missed by so many, especially her family. She was a free spirit and loving person by nature and would love to be celebrated by having everyone spread a little kindness and love.

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

Audrey’s obituary may also be viewed at bjorkandzhulkie.com where relatives and friends may leave a note of remembrance.