Ethel Hall

Published 7:19 pm Tuesday, March 9, 2010

A Celebration of Life Service for Ethel (Mrs. Clarence E.) Hall,of Saucier, will be held on Tuesday, March 9, at 2 p.m. at theRiemann Family Funeral Home, 11280 Three Rivers Road in Gulfport,where friends may visit one hour prior to the service. Intermentwill follow at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Cemetery inSaucier.

Mrs. Hall, 89, died March 7, 2010, in Gulfport

Mrs. Hall was a resident of the Mississippi Gulf Coast for the past59 years, and was a member of Pleasant Hill Baptist Church inSaucier, where she enjoyed cooking turkey and dressing andchocolate pies for their Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners. Mrs.Hall was a very caring, loving, and giving person, who will alwaysbe remembered for her wonderful biscuits.

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Preceding her in death were her parents, William J. and HattieO’Neal Hall; her husband of 43 years, Clarence E. Hall; andnumerous siblings.

Survivors are her daughter, who was her best friend and caregiver,Barbara (Charles) Copeland, of Gulfport; her son, William James(Pat) Hall, of Nashville, Tenn.; her sister, Joyce Sanders, ofBogalusa, La.; her grandchildren, Chuck (Lynne) Copeland, ofSaucier, Jamie (Tony) Bailey, of Harrison, Tenn., and GregCopeland, of Saucier; her great-grandchildren, Cassie Copeland,Brantley Copeland, and Mason Copeland, both of Saucier; hergreat-great-granddaughter, CassaMarina Copeland, of Saucier; herbrothers-in-law, Reese (Ann) Harvey, of McHenry, Ara Jay (RoseMarie) Harvey, of Oxford, and her special brother-in-law, Reggie(Darlene) Harvey, of Biloxi; her special sister-in-law, VivianHall, of Jackson; numerous nieces and nephews, including herspecial nieces, Ruth Wallace, Teresa Simmons, Genevia White, andIneva Hutchinson; and her special nephews, Chester Hall, SheltonHall, and Bobby Sanders.

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