July 2, 1936 – July 15, 2020
Jo Francis Hall, 84, of Davenport Florida, passed away peacefully in her home July 15, 2020. Jo was born on July 2,1936 in Washington D.C. She was raised in Indiana, graduated from Frankfort High School in 1954, and was the daughter of the late Kenneth and Mabel McCoskey. Jo married William Carroll Bolinger, who has preceded her in death. She was married formally, to Don Hall from Nashville Tennessee, now living in Florida. She is survived by her two children, Dean Bolinger, his wife Trish, two daughters, Taiylor, and Rachael, who live in Mt. Juliet Tennessee. Her daughter, Dana Greenburg, is married to Bob Greenburg, Clermont Florida, with whom she has two children, daughter Erin, and a son Travis. Jo was a member of the Presbyterian Community Church in Celebration Florida. She enjoyed traveling and spending time with her friends. Jo loved playing cards, and at one time cooking. She is remembered by her Indiana and Florida friends, for her quick wit and humor. She was creative and loved to work puzzles. Jo is survived by her brother Mark McCoskey, Richmond Kentucky, his wife Jo, two sons Tyler, Matthew, one daughter Kate, and four grandchildren. Her sister, Ruth Wilson, husband Robert Crossley live in Phoenix, Arizona with four children between them. Son Ken, wife Keryn, children Griffin and Harper, sons Reagan, Jason Crossley, and daughter Stacey Last…Jo is survived by her beloved cat Milo. Rest in final peace Jody, we love you. Services to celebrate the life of Ms Hall are being delayed until the current elevated risk of the COVID virus abates appropriately. An interment service will be held with immediate family at the Community Presbyterian Church’s columbarium in Celebration Fl.
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August 12, 2020
Jo was truly a beautiful soul. She was always quick to laugh with you and slow to judge. She never had an unkind word to say. I will always remember being able to talk to her about anything. We would share stories, cooking tips, and she would tell me what it was like for her growing up. I miss her so much.
Rest in peace Jo. Thank you for being so sweet to me always.
August 3, 2020
Jody and I were neighbors and childhood friends. I have many memories of fun times with her in her playhouse in their backyard!
I was able to visit her three times in her beautiful Florida homes and we had many laughs over shared memories. Sending sympathy to her family, I know she was loved and will be missed by all of them! Mae Norman
July 29, 2020
I would like to express my sympathy in the passing of your mother and my classmate, Jo Hall.
Nancy Clossin and family
Class of 1954