Jo Ann Hall
Ms. Jo Ann Hall, 74 of Lake City, Florida passed away March 5, 2016 at Agape Nursing Home in Columbia, SC. Born in Chattanooga, TN she lived most of her life in Lake City, Florida. She graduated from Columbia High School in 1960. She also attended St. Johns Community College in Palatka, Florida. She is survived by four daughters; Kathy J. "Kandy" Bahr Rogers (Eddie), Lou Ann Bahr Cross (James), Kellon Marrie Bahr, and Ronnie S. Morgan, five grandchildren; Christopher J. Cross (Chie), Gary V. Cloer (Cheyenne), John Dalton Rogers (Paige), and Megan S. Morgan and Jo Kellon Bahr, two great-grandchildren; Hadley and Mason. She was preceded in death by her father, John Woodrow Hall, mother, Evelyn Joyner Hall, and brother, John Byron Hall.
A private celebration of life will be held for the immediate family at a later date. Heartfelt donations may be sent to Oak Grove Baptist Church, 1007 NE Needmore Rd, White Springs, FL 32096 in appreciation of Jo Ann Hall.
Published by Lake City Reporter on Mar. 9, 2016.
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Kandy and family I'm so sorry for your loss. Prayers for peace for all of you.
Linda Woodcock
March 9, 2016
So sorry for the loss of your mom praying God's grace helps you all find peace
Falena Johnson
March 9, 2016
Some of my most fondest memories and adventures of early childhood days were created by Ms. Jo Ann. She gave me my love of horses, even giving me a pony that I loved dearly. She allowed Kandie, Lou Ann, and I to explore our world trotting away. The only hard rule she gave us was to leave Kelly's frogs alone that were hidden in the natural gas value bubble lid in the yard. Ms Jo Ann delighted me the day she took us to see the horse drawn carts races. I didn't get to experience Ms Jo Ann's adventures anymore after they moved from Palatka those many years ago, but I am sure she filled everyone she met with the love of life. Thank you Ms Jo Ann.
Kathy Howard Lowe
March 9, 2016
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