Virginia "Ginger" (Kling) Hall

July 1, 1947November 8, 2021

Virginia "Ginger" (Kling) Hall, of Knoxville, Tennessee passed away on Monday, November 8, 2021. Ginger was 74 years old.

Ginger was born July 1, 1947 to Jean Warren Kling and John Kling and grew up in Enterprise, Alabama. She graduated in 1965 from Enterprise High School. Ginger attended Gulf Park College in Gulf Port, Mississippi for two years, then transferred to the University of Alabama where she received a Bachelor of Education degree. She was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority. Ginger was a teacher and a realtor. She had a unique wit, wisdom and love of people which will be missed by many friends and family.

Ginger is preceded in death by her parents Jean Warren Kling and John Kling and her grandparents, Addie Mary and Virgil Warren. Survivors include her loving daughter, Elizabeth Hillard Hall and her much beloved grandchildren, William and Annie Sharbel, all of Knoxville.

A memorial service for Ginger will be held Thursday, November 18, 2021 from 6pm to 7pm at Berry Highland Memorial, 5315 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, Tennessee 37919.

In lieu of flowers memorial contribution may be made to The Pat Summitt Foundation, 520 W. Summit Hill Drive, Suite 1101, Knoxville, Tn 37902

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Bryant and Johnnie Creel

November 18, 2021

Ginger was one of our beat friends! We loved her quick wit, her chuckle that came from the depths of her soul, her unique sense of style in her decor and cooking. Ginger lived life to the fullest enjoying her family, Elizabeth and grandchildren. She was very proud of Elizabeth although she didn’t always agree with her, and adored her grandchildren. We had a wonderful vacation at her cousin Anne’s beach house at Mexico Beach. We had a great visit at our cabin in Highlands which she loved! I called her most Mondays to watch and discuss Antiques Roadshow. We liked the same items! She will be missed by all who really knew and loved her. There will never be another Ginger. Johnnie Creel

Gail Hadden

November 9, 2021

Ginger and I are second cousins, my grandfather Roger Warren Sr and her mother were brother and sister. When I was probably 11 or 12 years old, my mom, dad and I went to the Smoky Mountains and we went to visit Ginger. She was living in Sevierville, I think, and I believe Elizabeth was gone to summer camp at the time. But the next day, while mom and Dad went hiking, Ginger took me shopping in Knoxville. We ate lunch and went to an antique store, it was such a fun day. Forty years later, I still remember getting to spend a day with Ginger. I was so sad to hear of her passing. She was such a pretty lady and I know she will be missed by many. God Bless you all.
Gail Warren Hadden