June 11, 1933 – July 3, 2018
Geri Hall, 85, of Holts Summit, formerly of Columbia, passed away on Tuesday, July 3, 2018 at her residence surrounded by family.
Services will be private for the family. Interment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery.
She was born on June 11, 1933, in Longview, TX, the daughter of R D and Lucille Dennis, both of whom preceded her in death. She was married to Bob Hall, who preceded her in death in 2008.
She was a homemaker for many years while raising her children, and later was secretary and treasurer for Bethany Baptist Church in Columbia. She retired in 2006 from Scholastic, Inc., where she worked in the office. She enjoyed cooking and was very good at it. She loved spending time with family and friends. She is survived by: 3 sons, Tim Hall (Debbie) of Camdenton, Mike Hall of Holts Summit, and Rodger Hall (Lisa) of Columbia; grandchildren: Stacie Hall Mundy (Glenn), Travis Hall, Jennifer Hall-Walker (Terrance), Jamie Jenkins (Michael), Tyler Hall, Kaitlin Hall and Rachel Hall; great grandchildren: Taylor Wells, Caleb Wells, Chance Wells, Allison Mundy, Justice Mundy, Dominick Kelley, Aijanae Walker, Trajhaun Walker, Colton Jenkins, Layla Jenkins, Brice Kelly, Jacob Coffelt, Gage Wells Hall, and Elexis Martin; 2 sisters, Maxine Hughes (Bob) of Fairfax, OK, an Pat Tadlock of Marion, SC; and family friend Danny Miller. She was also preceded in death by one granddaughter, Becky Hall.
Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer’s Foundation or to the choice of the donor.
Pat (Aunt Tish) Tadlock
July 5, 2018
Geri, my sister, was only 15 months older than me. We were extremely close growing up. Our mother, Grandmother Dennis, dressed us alike and many people thought we were twins! Geri married her husband, Bobby, when she was very young and no two people ever loved each other more than the two of them. She also loved her three boys very, very much , as well as all of her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Tim, Mike and Rod, I hope all of your happy memories will help to ease your sadness and the burden of your loss. I love you, Aunt Tish