OBITUARY

Jerry Lane Hall

November 15, 1956May 5, 2021

Jerry Lane Hall, of Charlotte, North Carolina, passed away May 5, 2021, with his wife, Ramona by his side. He was 64 years old.

A native of Union County, North Carolina, Jerry was a son of Mary Hall and the late Everette “Tom” Hall. Jerry and his father owned and operated Tom Hall Auto Parts for over 30 years. In recent years, he worked with Rick Hendrick City Chevrolet. Jerry was an outdoorsman and enjoyed hunting and fishing. He loved spending time at the beach. Trips to Riverbanks Zoo in Columbia, South Carolina were always special for Jerry and Ramona.

Left behind to cherish his memory are his loving wife of 42 years, Ramona Hall; his mother, Mary Hall; his brother, Tommy Hall and wife, Pam; his nephew, Chris and wife, Brandy, and their two children, Bailey and Easton; and his beloved cat, Captain Dumbo.

Services are private.

In lieu of customary remembrances, contributions in Jerry’s memory may be directed to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, Tennessee 38105.

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Penny Simpson

May 19, 2021

Jerry was my good friend! We worked together for many years. I always thought very highly of Jerry because he was such a good person. Always helpful when you needed it. Very thoughtful of people and his friends. He never said a bad thing about anyone. He always greeted you with a smile. I will always remember his smile. Jerry will truly be missed by so many that knew and loved him. I’m blessed to have been able to call him my friend. Rest In Peace with Jesus my good friend. 😇

Darrell Misak

May 15, 2021

When you think Jerry, you think outspoken and real. I’ve too many good memories to share, many too incriminating and others just plane fun. Best times where fishing, cooking out, visiting his family’s farm, arguing over Dallas cowboys, and playing pool where he always missed his shot but two other balls would mysteriously fall in for him.

Jerry was real, met you where you were, and would share and give you the shirt off his back if you needed it. A better part of this world has passed to a greater place where we will meet again.♥️

Benjamin Legrand

May 13, 2021

I first met Jerry about 7 years ago when I move move next door to him. He was my best friend in the whole neighborhood. I learned after getting to know Jerry that he was the kind of man that would do his best to help you a true friend.lm going miss Jerry he was a true friend to me.Rest in peace my friend.

ERIC AND KIMBERLY MISAK

May 10, 2021

The fondest memory I have of Jerry is that he taught our daughters (Mona’s nieces) how to fish in his pond. The girls were so excited to catch a fish every time they cast the line, and their Dad (Eric) said they kept “catching the same fish” that Jerry had just returned from the previous catch. Jerry insisted that it was not the same fish, because he saw it swim away. LOL! 🎣 RIP Jerry.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY