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CURTIS IVEY HALL

 
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SAVANNAH, GEORGIA – Curtis Ivey Hall, 92, of Savannah, Georgia, husband of Mary Alice Howard Hall, died Friday morning, September 4, 2009, at Azalealand Nursing Home under the care of Hospice Savannah.

Born in Effingham County, Georgia, he was a son of the late Ivey Hall and the late Janie Padgett Hall. Mr. Hall was a 50 year member of Isle of Hope Baptist Church where he had perfect attendance on Sunday’s for over 43 years. He was a United States Army veteran having served in World War II. Mr. Hall retired from Critz Buick after 25 years as a body and fender repairman. He loved working in his yard as well as the yards of his church, family and neighbors.

Surviving are his wife of 61 years, Mary Alice Howard Hall of Savannah, Georgia; two daughters, Linda Ayala and her husband, Tommy, and Taryn Montgomery and her husband, Gary, all of Savannah, Georgia; David Hall and his wife, Jackie of Pooler, Georgia, and Danny Hall and his wife, Penny, of Savannah, Georgia; six grandchildren, David Hall, Jr., Austin Ayala, Corey Hall, Nicholas Ayala, Daniel Hall, Jr. and Allison Hall; one great-granddaughter, Kiley Ayala and he was expecting a great-grandson, Jet, in two weeks; two sisters, Carolyn Ellis and her husband, Glynn, of Valdosta, Georgia, and Reba Wiggins of Guyton, Georgia; two brothers, Alfred Hall of Savannah, Georgia, and Irvin Hall of St. Marys, Georgia, and nieces and nephews.

The family will receive friends from 6 until 8 o'clock Monday evening at Gamble Funeral Service, 410 Stephenson Avenue.

The funeral service will be held at 11 o'clock Tuesday morning in the chapel of Gamble Funeral Service conducted by The Reverend Dr. Hugo S. Hammond and The Reverend William J. Miller, Jr.  Interment will be in Hillcrest Abbey Memorial Park – West.

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  1. Becky Williamson Bethel says:

    The Williamson Family is so sad to hear about the loss of Mr. Hall. We have such wonderful memories of growing up with him in our “backyard.” We went to school (and around the island) everyday by cutting through his backyard, and he always made sure we had a bridge over the ditch to make it easier. He was always outside working in his yard (or that of someone else). He will be missed.Our condolencences go out to his wife and family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.Sincerely,Becky Williamson Bethel

  2. Doug & Julie Williams says:

    Julie and I are very sad about the passing of our “Savannah Dad,” Mr. Hall. He and Mrs. Hall have been so dear to us for so many years, as have all the family members. Please know how much we love you all. We so wish it were so we could be there on Tuesday. Know that our deepest sympathy, our prayers and love are with you all during this very sad time.God bless!Doug & Julie Williams

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