Anderson Funeral Home

1357 E. 2nd St., Franklin, OH


Alma Jewell Hall

April 19, 1933July 25, 2020

Alma "Jewell" Hall, age 87, of Springboro, Ohio went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Saturday, July 25, 2020. Alma was born April 19, 1933 in Harlan, KY to Sidney and Nannie (Clay) Irvin.

Jewell married Elbert Hall in 1952 and lived in Hamilton, OH for 40 years.

Alma is survived by sisters Shirley Gifford of Somerset, KY and Jo Ann Spence of Carlisle, OH.

Alma was preceded in death by her husband Elbert Hall; father Sidney Irvin and mother Nannie Irvin; brother Arnold Irvin; sister Jean Waddle; sister Ova Bullock; sister Ony Lee Reece; sister Earl Irvin and brother Ronald Irvin.

Private Services will be at Greenwood Cemetery.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.andersonfunerals-franklin.com for the Hall family.


  • Sidney Irvin, Father (deceased)
  • Nannie Irvin, Mother (deceased)
  • Elbert Hall, Husband (deceased)
  • Shirley Gifford, Sister
  • Jo Ann Spence, Sister
  • Arnold Irvin, Brother (deceased)
  • Jean Waddle, Sister (deceased)
  • Ova Bullock, Sister (deceased)
  • Ony Lee Reece, Sister (deceased)
  • Earl Irvin, Sister (deceased)
  • Ronald Irvin, Brother (deceased)

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Alma Jewell Hall

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sue topp

August 1, 2020

I work at hillspring where jewell which she always wanted to be called. I really don't know if that was her real name but that name fit her. She was a gem for all the years i worked there. I really miss her. There was a couple that came in and would order pizza for jewell and some of the other residents. She was also a lady that loved to have her fingernails done. She also loved her hot cocoa. Then she would ask for another cup. I would always give it to her because jewell just had a way about her. She loved church. She also loved bible study. May she rest in peace and god bless her family that did all they could for.

Marian Hawkins

July 28, 2020

She was one of a kind. Definitely will be different without her. So glad I had the privilege to know her. She will definitely be missed. Love ya jewell beans r.i.p

Jacquie Baker

July 28, 2020

Oh Jewell bug. It was both an honor and a privilege to take care of you. I’m going to miss you more than I’ll ever be able to express.

nikki moore

July 26, 2020

jewel beans your always be one of my favorite residents!!! rest in heaven angel


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