April-Hall-Obituary

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April Lee Hall

Daleville, Virginia

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Oakey’s Vinton Chapel - Vinton Obituary

The Reverend April Lee Hall, 56, of Daleville, entered the Church Triumphant on Friday, June 14, 2019. She was the daughter of the late Mr. Warren Lee & Mrs. Opal (Gordon) Hall. Surviving her are her sister, Mrs. Carol (Suzy) & her brother-in-law Major Edward Doolittle of Vinton, VA....

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My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time of sadness. I was one of April's teachers at Lord Botetourt High School and she remains today a very special student etched in my memory. I have kept up with her many accomplishments and her impact on the lives of others will serve as a loving legacy in the years to come. April and her parents were so very kind to me during my first years of teaching: their support and friendship have not been forgotten but only valued more as the...

What a special friend radiance showed the Holy Spirit Janet Davis/Josephine Beckham

What a beautiful soul! May April Rest In Peace! My thoughts and prayers are sent to her family.

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always. Your time with us in the SC Conference of the United Methodist Church was a pleasure to forever cherish.

Suzy, Im so sorry for your loss. I know April is in a better place and no longer suffering. Im sure shes up there walking around with no pain at all. Im glad I had the opportunity to help care for April, were all gonna miss her. Keeping you guys in my thoughts and prayers.

Carol, we offer our sincere condolences in April's passing. She was such a comfort to my mother when she was at Carrington. May your sister rest in peace. Sincerely, Gail and Walt Barker

Decolores! Heaven's gain is truly our loss indeed... Sweet April, you will be missed greatly. We celebrate your pain free new life eternal with Our Father in Heaven. I'm blessed to have known you. Thank you for being a great friend and counselor! We enjoyed many laughs, football games, Bible readings, fried oysters, singing praises and time with each of our families while visiting at Carrington Place. Lifting prayers of strength and comfort for your family and dearest friends during the...

Decolores and Fly With Christ my sister.
Through the years I learned a lot from you, laughed with you, cried with you, and knew that twinkle in your eye and smile would be indelible in my life. Youre prankster buddy Pat is most likely having a grand reunion as I write this and if there are cucumbers in heaven you two will find them. Heavens gain is our loss. Love, Pam

So sorry for your loss, You have my deepest sympathy.