Mrs. Lenora Hall

Passed 08/07/2023

Obituary For Mrs. Lenora Hall

Mrs. Lenora Hall of Barnesville, GA. passed on August 7, 2023.

On Monday, August 7, 2023, our queen, Lenora J. Holloway Hall, gained her heavenly wings and is now our angel.

She was born May 5, 1941, in Lamar County to Jessie Holloway, Jr., and Gladys Watts Holloway. Lenora graduated from Booker T. High School in Lamar County. She received her bachelors degree at Albany State College in Albany, GA, and her master's at Trinity College in Washington D.C.

While attending Albany State she met and fell in love with Frederick George Hall, whom she married December 22, 1963. from this union they have three kids, Deborah, Daryl, and Baby Boy, Fred Jr.

Lenora's accomplishments includes 35 years of teaching in Baltimore as a Physical Education Teacher and finishing at Kennedy Institute in Washington D.C., as a Special Education Teacher.

Lenora's was devoted servant and member in several churches, which included Whites Chapel C.M.E., Mt. Zion United Methodist, Albright United Methodist, and she completed her journey of service back at Whites Chapel C.M.E. where she began.

Also during her life journey, she dedicated member and worker of the Order of the Eastern Star, Ladies Circle of Perfection, Heroine of Jericho, Golden Circle, Daughters of Imperial Court Auxiliary of the A.E.A.O.N.M.S., and the Barnesville NAACP.

left to cherish her beautiful memory is her husband, Frederick G. Hall, Sr, of the home; daughter, Deborah Johnson of Tampa, FL; two sons, Daryl Hall (Pat) of Barnesville, GA, and Frederick Hall Jr., (Tanya) of Barnesville, GA; one brother, James Holloway (Gail) of Barnesville, GA; one sister, Beatrice Davis (James) of Ridge Springs, SC; one aunt, Maude Crawford of Barnesville, GA; ten grandkids and fourteen great-grands; and a host of nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends.

Please Keep The Hall Family In Your Prayers.



Guest Book

My husband and I will miss Hall. Mrs. Hall was my mentor, whom I lived and respected. She shared her family with us. She and Mr. Hall were great examples of the Bible, where whe are reminded "Husbands love your wife". She was a very classy lady whom when she walked in a room, you would know it. Very soft spoken woman who loved her husband and children and those of us that they adopted. Will miss Mrs. Hall.

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To Fred-The Harriet Tubman Class of 1958 has planted 5 trees to honor the memory of Lenora.May God give you His all encompassing peace and comfort at this time.

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Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal. Harriet Tubman Class of 1958

- Jean James

Fred our love and prayers are with you at this time as we remember Lenora.Both of you are held close in each of our hearts by the many memories shared through the years-such beautiful memories.Even though we may not be there physically we are there with you in spirit to share your sorrow and comfort you .-Mabel holland and the Harriet Tubman Class of 1958

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Cousin Lenora: Our heartfelt prayers go out to you and your family. You have always been a special force in our family and know that you will be missed. May God continue to bless you and your family. Love from Cousin Mary Helen DuPree and Family, Sharon DuPree Gibson and Carla DuPree Miller and families from the DMV gibson

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You will be missed Mrs. Hall. I thank you and your family for extending your love to me and my family. I thank you for introducing me to Ryan and giving me a life long friend and having me over when I was younger. You will truly be missed. I love you.

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Our staff will continue to keep your family in our prayers. We thank you for allowing us to serve your family.

- Trice Funeral Home, Inc. | Georgia

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