Bill Eisenhour Funeral Home

5005 Se 29Th Street, Del City, OK


Janice Gail Hall

January 31, 1937July 27, 2019

JANICE GAIL HALL; January 31, 1937-July 27, 2019

Janice Gail Hall of Oklahoma City, passed away at home on July 27, 2019. Janice was born in Pampa, TX to J.R. McDaniel & Beatrice McDaniel on January 31, 1937.

She graduated from Central High School in Oklahoma City in 1955.

Janice was employed by The Oklahoma City Police Dept. for 18 years, where she retired from in 2000.

Janice was preceded in death by her parents and her sister, Dorothy Overall and her brother-in-law Bill.

She is survived by her husband, Jerry G. Hall; daughter, Brenda Lindsey and son-in-law Joe; her son, Ronald Stevenson; son Shawn Stevenson and daughter-in law, Lila; daughter Terri Cross and son-in-law Jeff; 4 wonderful Grand-children that she was very proud of: Granddaughter, Stephanne Howery of Moore; Grandson Chris Stevenson and his wife Alecia, of OKC; Grandson Josh Stevenson of Moore and Courtney Holland of OKC; Several step-Grandchildren; 2 Great- Grandchildren: Aiden Howery of Moore and Reyna Rodriguez of Moore and one Grandson on the way, Caden Cooper, plus many dearly loved friends and other family members.

Janice and Jerry met in May, 1968 and married two weeks after meeting and just recently celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary on May 6, 2019.

Throughout her life, Janice developed many hobbies including roller skating, bowling, crocheting, dancing and going to the casino.

She never met a person she didn’t connect with and that she didn’t like. She had an infectious spirit and a love for all animals.


  • Jeff Cross
  • Kyle Cross
  • Ron Stevenson
  • Shawn Stevenson
  • Chris Stevenson
  • Josh Stevenson


  • Visitation Wednesday, July 31, 2019
  • Funeral Service Thursday, August 1, 2019


Janice Gail Hall

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July 30, 2019

To the BEST mother ever! I have so many great memories that you gave me. I can only hope that I can be the mother to Courtney that you have been to me. I know you are looking down and probably dancing up there and watching over each of us. I love and miss you already, Mom.