Edna Hall

Edna Hall (Sharpe)

Tuesday, March 24th, 1925 - Thursday, December 3rd, 2020
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Mrs. Edna Hall entered eternal rest on December 3rd, 2020, at the Gordon's Hospice House at age 95. She was the daughter of the late Herman Sharpe and Mamie Sharpe Dalton. She was preceded in death by her husband of 68 years, Ralph Roger Hall, two sister, Goldsbeth Bailey Cowan (Burgess) and Virginia Dare Chambers (Edward), a grandson, Donnie Ray Gaither and a son-in-law Dillard Summers.

She was raised in Iredell County in the New Hope Community. She attended Friendship Baptist Church and was educated at the New Hope Community school. She joined First Baptist Church Garfield Street at an early age. She had a beautiful Alto voice and sung in the church choir and was a Missionary member until her health declined.

She leaves to cherish the memories of her life, 3 daughters, Deborah Summers, Chris Beamon(Milton) and Zelda Turner (Dexter). Grand Children include Rochelle Beamon McIver, Dionne Gaither, Leondria Turner, Zachary Turner. Reaco Burton Sr., Quan Kearns and Maria Pierce (AL). The great grandchildren, including, Satori Stevenson, Evan Gaither, August McIver, Reaco Burton Jr., Ajacia Rankins Christopher Burton, Malik McIver, Devin McIver and Alivia McIver. Special thanks to all the care givers over the years. Latonya Clark, Crystal Livingston, Rita Caldwell and Lawrence Hall, Lindsey from Hospice. Frances Hasan thanks for the Sunday lunches. We looked forward to the weekly visits with Helen Gibbs, Connie Daye and Wade Ikard, First Baptist Deacons, Gordon's Hospice staff and all who called and visited when possible.
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    Wednesday, December 9th, 2020 | 1:00pm
    Wednesday, December 9th, 2020 1:00pm
    Belmont Cemetery
    Greenbriar Road
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    Minister Wade Ikard


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Juanita Norman

Posted at 09:44am
The Marvin Norman family sends its deepest condolences upon the the loss of Mrs. Edna Hall. Praying for Good to continue to give you strength and comfort during this time.

Reganold W Turner

Posted at 05:56pm
To the Hall family. On behalf of the Turner family, I'm sending my deepest and most heart felt condolences to Chris, Deborah and the entire family. It has been many years since I had seen Mrs. Hall, However; when you grew up in such a small town as Statesville, you remember the families with whom you associated with. I'm sending this note with much love from Northern Virginia, just outside of Washington, D. C. Reganold, W. Turner and Family, and the local Turner family.

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