Lovelene Roberson Hall
August 2, 1929 – September 9, 2020
Mrs. Lovelene Roberson Hall, age 91 of Martinsville, Virginia passed away on September 9, 2020. She was born on August 2, 1929 in Floyd, Virginia to the late Herbert Roberson and the late Myrtle Agee Roberson. She was also predeceased by her husband, John Anderson Hall, a sister; Audrey R. White and a brother; Wayne Roberson. She was a loving and devoted mother and grandmother. She loved gardening and had a passion for working with flowers / plants and cooking for her loved ones. She was a lifelong hairstylist and a member of Fort Trial Baptist Church. Mrs. Hall is survived by a son; David Hall (Janie), four sisters; Lorene Pritchett, Opal Hall, Eleanor Lawrence, Sandra Woodford (Barry), sister-in-law; Bertha Thomas, brother-in-law; Edgar White, one granddaughter; Lindsay Hall Burch (Yale), one great grandson; Paxton Yale Burch and a number of nieces and nephews. A Private Graveside Service will be held on Thursday, September 17. 2020 with Dr. Joey McNeill officiating. A public viewing will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM daily. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Fort Trial Baptist Church, 170 Oak Level Road, Stanleytown, Virginia 24168.
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Lovelene Roberson Hall
September 13, 2020
My momma Louise Stone loved Lovelene so much. Their friendship went back many decades beginning at the beauty shop on Starling Avenue. Lovelene shared flowers and plants with mom that I now have in my yard. Mom passed 5 years ago but I took her to see Lovelene. It was so precious to see their reunion as Lovelene had been retired for a few years. My mom was 90 years old. She only had 3 hair dressers in her entire life. She counted them and their families as her best friends.
Those were the best of times.
Sylvia and dad Vernon Stone
September 11, 2020
Lovelene and John were both amazing Christians, that both played a role in my life at such a young age. I feel like I grew up in their house, they worshiped with me, and on Sunday nights we would go to Wendy’s after church to eat and to continue talking about the service. It is wonderful the little things, that are really not so little, that stick with you forever and truly make an impact. These 2 wonderful people made an amazing impact on my life and I will never forget that. Praying for the entire Hall family and all my Love always. ❤️