Lois Lavern Hall

Lois Lavern Hall
Lois Lavern Hall

Lois Hall, age 94, of Amarillo, TX passed away Sunday, March 15th, 2020.  Lois was born in Mangum, Oklahoma to her parents Ruby Hamilton Carothers and Claude Carothers.  She was happily married to George L. Hall in 1943.  They moved to Dumas, Texas in 1947 after the war.  There they raised their two boys and Lois provided day care for many children in the community.  She was a petite lady with spunk and a big smile for everyone she met.  At one time she worked at at the local donut shop riding her moped to work.  Lois and Lee were members of the Bible Baptist Church and attended faithfully until Lois moved to Austin, Texas in 2008 to be near family where she settled in and made many new friends.  She loved to be active and would take any chance to interact with her neighbors, visit and travel.

Lois was preceded in death by her husband of 58 years Lee Hall, her son Jim Hall, and her brother Lawrence Carothers.  She is survived by her son Gerry (Judi), daughter-in-law Ann Hall, sister-in- law Imogene Carothers, four grandchildren Shelley Shults, Jeff Hall, Sherry Rodela, April Gibbs, eight great grandchildren, thirteen great, great grandchildren and two nieces.

A memorial service will be held at the Boxwell Brothers Memorial Chapel in Dumas, Texas on Thursday, March 19th at 1:00 P.M. with Johnny Widener officiating. Burial will be at Northlawn Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to your favorite charity. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors of Dumas, 500 N. Maddox Ave.

6 Replies to “Lois Lavern Hall”

  1. So sorry I was unable to attend her service.
    She was such a special lady. Jim thought the world of her and now they are both in heaven.

  2. Renee, Thanks for the note. I would love to come see all of the cousins and will try to plan a trip after all of this virus stuff is under control. Please tell Mike and Roger that I said thanks for the thoughts and prayers. Hope to see you soon.
    Gerry

  3. Gerry Don, I am so sorry that I will not be able to make it to Aunt Lois’s funeral, but I am keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers. She will be missed dearly. If you every get to Altus/Blair area, please look us up. Rodger and Mike also send their thoughts and prayers. Love to you all. Renee Mckee Moore

  4. Mama Hall was my daughter, Beth’s favorite childcare provider when I moved back to Dumas after my divorce and she was three-years old. She and Nannie Hudson were tops in that capacity. She was indeed a precious person and I know you will miss her. May our Lord bless you each with peace, comfort and many fond memories. Grieve-as-you must, not-as-others will tell you is right, wrong and indifferent. Travel the new-pathway clinging tightly to His unfailing and unchanging hands. There are no pathways as each has their own single one.

  5. Although I never met her, she looks precious. That smile is incredible. She will be watching over you all now. I will pray for you all.

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