Condolences For Rev. Joseph B.Hall

December 18, 1951 - August 31, 2019

Our dearest Marlene, Our hearts are saddened at the loss of dear Joe; yet we know he is free of pain and suffering and that he what’s been reunited with Carl and his other beloved family. The impact that both you and Joe had on our children in their formidable years will never be forgotten. We pray for God to give you strength, and that you will find peace.
Tammy and Eric Barker

To Marlene and the Hall Family, "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His Saints." (Psalms 116:15) We greatly loved Brother Joe and he will be terribly missed. He was a dedicated servant to Our Lord Jesus Christ. We are thankful that he is now in the presence of the Lord and is no longer suffering! Please let us know if we can be of any avail to the family. In Christian love, Roger and Loretta
Roger and Loretta Foddrell

Sam and I went to Morehead High School with Joe. One of the nicest guys ever. Sorry to hear he has passed. Prayers for all of you.
Vicki Robertson

My condolences to the family of Joe Hall. I have known him for years as he preached at my home church, the Leaksville Christian Church, for a number of years. He also conducted funeral services for my Dad, Ed Adkins. His brothers, Louis and Russell, were also fellow Christian Church preachers as Joe an I were. Joe's brother Louis and I were fellow 1954 graduates of Tri-City High School (now Morehead High). May God richly bless Joe's family and the congregation of the Christian View Christian Church.
James Adkins, Selmer, TN

Thinking about all of Joe's family during this time of great sorrow. He was a great preacher, piano player & singer. We tried to go to revivals that he preached in our area at. Very kind & humble man!
Walter & Nancy Schwitzerlett

Marlene & Family, My deepest condolences for your loss of Joe, in my opinion, the nicest, and most outstanding, person that I have ever known. Prayerfully, Eddie Hurst Wilmington, N.C.
Eddie Hurst

Joe was a good christian man, ever since I met him in high school. One of the nicest persons I have ever met, always the same, friendly, cordial and treated people with respect.
Tommy Griffin

Joe was one of the first people I met at Cincinnati Bible Seminary in 1971 and he was very kind to me. God rest his soul and comfort Marlene and the rest of the family.
Chris Wynn

We both have known John since he was preacher at Leaksville Christian Church. He was a kind, big hearted person that could preach just like you were the only one in the room. He was the kindest man we ever met and he will be missed by many. What a beautiful angel Heaven gained. Our prayers are with the family during this time. πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»β€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈ
Duck & Karen Lemons