Billie Joyce Hall

January 16, 1931August 1, 2020

Billie passed away August 1, 2020 at the age of 89. She was born in Double Horn, TX growing up there and in Marble Falls, TX. After marrying Sebran Hall in 1948, they moved to Austin. Billie was a housewife and mother for many years until at the age of 45, she went to work for the Austin-American Statesman. After retirement, she enjoyed attending her church, Westover Church of Christ, and any game played by her grandsons or the Texas Longhorns.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Sherman and Enola Wall and her husband, Seb. She is survived by her children: Sheryl Hall, Denise Hall and Randal Hall (Kay); grandsons Nicholas Hall (Shannon) and Garrett Hall (Missy); great-grandchildren Grey, Hudson and Lillian; sisters Jane Kruse and Barbara Crochet; sister-in-law Rosie Hall; and numerous nieces and nephews.

The family would like to thank Colonial Gardens Memory Care for the excellent care she received.

A graveside funeral service will be held at Smithwick Cemetery Thursday, August 6th at 11:00 am.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Capital Area Food Bank.


  • Graveside Service

    Thursday, August 6, 2020


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Carolyn Tate

August 5, 2020

This is Carolyn, daughter of Raymond, (brother of Sherman) and I'm so sorry to hear of Billie Joyce's passing. In recent years I have made several attempts to find her and the family, to no avail, in order to try and reconnect. Tomorrow I have doctors appointment for something that cannot be postponed, otherwise I would come to the service. Please take note of ways to contact me as I would love to re-establish a relationship with y'all. I am on Facebook (Carolyn Wall Tate) and am available by phone or text @ 254-455-2105 and email @ Again I am so sorry for your loss. Billie Joyce was always so sweet and kind, as was Barbara and Jane, loved all of my relatives so much and of course as we get older we drift apart.

Kay Pehl (Fuller)

August 5, 2020

Billie Joyce was a wonderful cousin. She was older than me, but I will always remember the fun we all had at Mammy Wall’s house or sitting with Sherman and Enola. We are all blessed to have had her in our lives. I wish times were different and we could all be together. She will always be in my memories of that big Wall family.

Dianne Dietz

August 4, 2020

Hugs and prayers for the family.