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Karen Lynn (Evans) Hall

7 novembre , 19564 novembre , 2019

Karen Lynn Evans Hall, 62, recently of Birmingham, Alabama, died at her home on November 4, 2019.

Karen was born in Long Beach, CA, on November 7, 1956, to Dell and Martha Jo Evans. She graduated Westbury High School near Belaire, TX in 1974. She attended Florida College for two years and a college in Houston, TX for one year. Karen married Larry D. Hall in 1978.

She is preceded in death by her father Dell Evans, mother Martha Jo Evans, and brother Nick Evans. She is survived by her husband Larry Hall, son Bryce Hall (Rita), granddaughter Claire Hall, grandson Walt Hall, expected granddaughter Lucy Hall, as well as many other family members and friends who will miss her.

She was a faithful Christian known for her hospitality and service to others. A memorial service will be conducted on November 16, 2019, at Southern Heritage in Pelham, AL, at 11:00am. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Sacred Selections.

Services

  • Memorial Service samedi, 16 novembre , 2019

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Diana Malone

15 novembre , 2019

Karen you've always been a light, so happy you've been crowned and you are mended and whole. Save us a beautiful spot for tea in Paradise...of course it all must be beautiful! Love you and looking forward to meeting again! Eternal Love!

Ryan Hendry

14 novembre , 2019

Karen was a huge influence on me during my teenage years and up into my adult life. She helped connect me to other Christian youth around the community , transported Bryce and I to FC camp in Oregon and was a major spiritual influence in my life! Her encouraging words and wisdom convinced me to give my life to God and get baptized. She was a blessing from God and a true example of a Christian woman. Karen was an amazing person and is now with her father in heaven!

Rhonda Lunt

14 novembre , 2019

Karen and I used to be best friends in high school I would frequently go to her house after church on Sunday I loved her and her parents. She was my maid of honor in my wedding to Rick Hodges. We kept in touch through relatives and on Facebook. She will be missed.

Eric Cogdill

13 novembre , 2019

Dear Larry and Bryce
We are so sadden to hear about Karen's passing. We have always cherished our time together in Monterey.

May God be with you all.

Love
The Cogdill's

Vicki Kay

13 novembre , 2019

Yes Karan you are home now. You are loved and missed by everyone you met. I’m so glad to have known you and will miss all your Tea post and uplifting words of encouragement. Praying for Larry and family
😢💕Vicki Kay

Sarah Green

13 novembre , 2019

One of my fondest memories of Karen is playing the Wii on one of the first nights in their home when I moved to California. We played bowling, fencing, & sailing, & nearly hit each other with our controllers because we got so excited & enthusiastic about the game. We laughed so hard that night. Karen was full of fun & sunshine & also wisdom & love! She was a daughter of God in all areas of her life!

Kay Headley

13 novembre , 2019

I've known Karen all her life. She and I were the only girls of our generation in the family. We were double cousins. Our mothers were sisters, our fathers were cousins. Although we lived far from each other, I loved her dearly. The sweetest person in the family. Always a smile on her face.

I'll miss you, sweet Karen.

Diana Hauck

8 novembre , 2019

Karen was a beautiful christian woman that was a wonderful example as to what we should all strive to be as women of faith. Karen opened her home to all and her southern hospitality shone through, she made everyone feel welcome. Karen will be missed but not forgotten. She is in Gods presence now where she strove all her life to be. I know she will be watching over her family and smiling . We will miss you Karen.

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