Lwarence, was born October 3, 1975, in Chicago IL to Donald Carter and Cynthia Hall. He was the second of three children. He is preceded in death by his maternal grandparents Mr. & Mrs. Carlton & Ollie Hall; paternal grandparents Mr. & Mrs. Thomas & Mary Carter; grandmother Claudia Taper; stepfather Theaellis Wallace; Uncles: Cornelius Hall, Dennis Carter, Chester Upshaw, Milton Taper, and Herman Watkins; Aunts: Shirley Upshaw and Linda Moss.
Lwarence was raised in Chicago until his family relocated to Seattle in 1981,.He was educated in both the Chicago and Seattle School Systems. He graduated from Ballard High School in 1993. Although he did not have a church home, he was a believer of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Lwarence loved fishing, boxing, playing football, running track, going to the movies. Oh how he loved watching westerns, cartoons, and hanging out with his boys. His white Cadillac became his baby and kept her Ice Cream paintjob clean (pristine?). He loved music of different genres - from rap to blues. His favorite blues artist being Bobby “Blue” Bland and favorite rapper was Too Short. He was VERY passionate about the Chicago Blackhawks, and the Chicago Bears.
Lwarence began working at Uplift Millionaires Club where he served others that were less fortunate than him. He served by providing meals.He would take the left-over food from the family gathering for late nights feeding to feed the homeless. He gave out toiletries, helped with shelter and other living necessities, it gave him great joy to help men and women find a path in life. He was known to have given his coat to a man when it was raining because he (the man) did not have one. A heart of gold he had, not only for those in the community but for his family. You could count on LW to say let’s go to Red Lobster for dinner and drinks it was always an 80/20 chance that he would show; however for the most part he would come through as promised.
Being a jokester, he always had a quick comment, or a silly comeback. His laugh was infectious and was bigger than life. He took his jokes, and slick saying to Facebook where he famously would comment on others post with “go to bed or Boom”.
Lwarence leaves to cherish his loving memory: seven children four boys and three girls: Keyon Wright, Vance Hall (Ariyanha), Carlton Hall, Serinna Hall, Malane Hall, Ashley Hall, and Isaiah Hall. Two Grandchildren: Jay’ceon Duggins, and Aniya Hall. Mother Cynthia Hall. Father Donald Carter. Three sister’s Antoinette Hall (Bryan), Tasha Chappell both of Seattle, WA; Deshanna Carter of Chicago, IL. One brother Theaellis Wallace Hall of Seattle, WA, and 18 nieces and nephews. Mother of his children Athena Wright, Sara Hall, Antoinette Moreno, and Stephanie Anderson; eight aunts, four uncles, 35 cousins and a host of very special family and friends. Lwarence Hall you will be truly missed.