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Vendetta Nixon Hall

July 21, 1947November 21, 2021
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Celebrating the life of Vendetta Eraina Nixon Hall.

Mrs. Vendetta Nixon Hall, 74, of Hope Mills passed away at home early Sunday morning, November 21, 2021. She was born July 21, 1947 in a house on the 1800 block of Camden Road in Massey Hill.

Vendetta was a devoted mother, Nana, friend, and neighbor; she leaves behind an everlasting impression on anyone she ever met, with a personality that can never be duplicated.

Vendetta was preceded in death by her husband Marion "Butch" Hall, her mother Mary Edna Belk Owens, her brother Kenneth Olen Nixon, and her grandson Jacob Lee Deare.

She is survived by her children Linwood "Woody" Ray Bullard Jr. and his wife Kim, Anthony Sandigo, Alice Deare Sandigo, and Maria and her husband Calvin Hall Jr.; her grandchildren David Lee Johnson Jr., Nicklaus Ray Bullard, Trey Allen Spell, Calvin Carl Hall III, Conor Leigh Fitzsimmons, and Anthony Blaze Sandigo; and great-grandchildren Kaeleb Lee Deare, Berklee Ann Hall, Tinzlee Marie Hall, and Atlas Murray Johnson.

Memorial services for Vendetta will be Saturday, December 4, 2021 at 5:00 PM with a visitation for family and friends from 4-5 PM at Unity Church (formerly Redemption Church) at 1407 Tom Starling Road in Fayetteville, NC.

Per the family's request, please have any flowers sent to Unity Church on December 4, 2021 between 3 PM and 4 PM.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Hall family.


4 December

Visitation for family and friends

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Unity Church (formerly Redemption Church)

1407 Tom Starling Road
Fayetteville, NC

4 December

Memorial Service

5:00 pm

Unity Church (formerly Redemption Church)

1407 Tom Starling Rd.
Fayetteville, NC


Vendetta Nixon Hall

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tom liedig

December 2, 2021

When Darlene and I moved into my new neighborhood 36 years
ago. The first person we got to know was Vendetta. We quickly
found out that Vendetta knew what was ever going on in Hope
Mills. And she made feel welcome to the town. We were friends
ever since. I still have fond memories of those Easter egg hunts
she conducted every year. It showed how kind and thought full
she was to children. Rest in peace my friend

Joelle Lambert

November 30, 2021

Vendetta or as my family will always refer to her as “Nana” was the most amazing adopted family member and grandmother to my kids that anyone could ask for but very few be blessed with. She loved my kids with a fierce passion because nobody messed with her babies not even mom and dad. Her kindness and sense of humor made you smile from your head to toes. From the day I met her, through my two other childrens baby showers and births, birthdays, and holidays she was not just a friend but legit family. When my mother in law fell ill and couldnt take care of my youngest Nana was there. Im not sure we deserved her and her late husband Butches love for our kids but I am beyond grateful and feel incredibly blessed that my kids will have such beautiful fond memories of their NANA. We love you and hope you remain our guardian angel from Heaven.

Dee Everitte

November 29, 2021

Vendetta was such a great person. I was so honored to call her my friend. She never worried about her grandchildren at school because she knew I’d take care of them,
Rest In Peace my friend and thank you for the many lunches, gifts but most of all your friendship
Praying for strength and comfort for the family
Ms. Dee

Katie Fordham

November 29, 2021

I’ve known Nana for over a decade and always felt like one of the family. She was so loving and took care of anyone she possibly could. I will fondly remember the many times I spent with her and feel so blessed she was able to come to my wedding in 2015 and enjoy herself!

So many wonderful memories will live on through those Nana has touched (literally if you were one of the lucky ones to get a loving butt grab from her!).

I love you, Nana, and will miss you!