Juanita P. Hall

Juanita P. Hall

Suffolk, VA
11.15.1924 - 03.21.2018

Juanita Parker Hall, 93, passed away from this world on March 21, 2018 after a short illness.  She requested not to have a service or viewing and to be cremated with her remains interred at Holly Lawn Cemetery in Suffolk, VA.  She attended Chowan College, Old Dominion University and graduated from Norfolk General Hospital as a registered nurse.  She implemented the School Health Services for Suffolk Public Schools and retired as Supervisor of Nurses. She was a member of Suffolk Christian Church serving as West Memorial President, Member of House of Worship Board and Financial Board. 

She was predeceased by her husband, M. Frank Hall, Jr.  Survivors include M. Frank Hall, III (Rose) of Clarksville, VA; Peggy H. Lee (Robert) of Chesapeake, VA; three grandchildren, Stephanie H. Price (Matt), Greenwood, IN, M.F.(Mac) Hall, IV (Andrea), Dickinson ND, and Parker W. Lee, Playa Del Ray, CA; and seven great grandchildren. 

The family would like to thank Dr. Michael Camp and the staff at Sentara Hospice House for their support.  A graveside service will be conducted Wednesday, March 28th at 1 pm by Rev. Michael Halley in Holly Lawn Cemetery 1525 N Main St, Suffolk, VA 23434.  Memorial donations can be made to Suffolk Christian Church or the Suffolk Rescue Squad.  R.W. Baker Funeral Home and Crematory is handling arrangements. Condolences may be offered at RWBakerFH.com.

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Holly Lawn Cemetery
Suffolk, VA 23434
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Peggy...I have fond memories of your Mom. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Jane O'Connor Smith

Peggy,so sorry for your loss, she was a real sweet lady and a good school nurse.but now she is no longer suffering and has gone to be with her other loved ones,U are in my prayers Dixie Frederick

Dixie frederick

Frank and Peggy,
So very sorry to hear about your Mom's passing! Great memories with our families! Will never forget your folks - good times. Ya'll take good care and know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Love you, Marion

Marion Barrett Lenkerd Murphy

Frank, Rose and Family,
Really sorry to hear the sad news of your Mom. You will have so many memories starting from childhood, an adult, a senior yourself and now. So many emotions will arise from Love, Happiness, Pride, Frustration, Empathy, Sadness and Grief. It is so hard not to remember all the special times and not so special ones that helped establish your relationship with one another. Frank, you and Rose were especially wonderful to your Mom! You should be very Proud of yourself! I remember being down in Nags Head with both your parents and family. We always enjoyed their traditional cocktail party and ringing the bell for neighbors to join them, taking down the American flag at sundown and all the interesting and funny conversations! We felt a wonderful comradery with you and your family. We are thankful that we could share that time with all of you! May God Bless you during this difficult time. Hope to see you Wednesday.

Jimmy and Ann Crosswhite

I met Nita at Suffolk High School when I first taught there back in the 60s and was pleased to see her and Frank frequently in those early days. I remember her as a fine, professional nurse and a lovely, gracious woman. My deepest sympathy to her family.

JoAnn S Hunter

Peggy I have thought of you often. We had some good times here on the OBX. I remember meeting your parents a couple of times at their beach cottage and we sat on the beach with you mom soaking up the rays. Your mom and dad were very funny and they made me feel like I was right at home. I am very sorry to hear about the passing of your mother. I hope you know that she went home where she is happy and well loved. I am sending prayers your way and I will be asking our Lord to place his hands on your broken heart to help ease your pain. Your mother may be gone but never gone from your heart. Your memories of your mother’s will live on until the day you meet up again. Prayers to you and your family?

Cyndy Midgett

Frank, Your mother had a long, active, productive life. I believe I remember her playing tennis behind SHS. I know you you will miss her, but she was such a blessing while she was here!
Thinking of you and yours. Blessings to you all!
Anne H. Wood

Anne Howell Wood

Peggy, I will always remember your mom from my days at Suffolk High School. What a wonderful and caring person she was. I'm so sorry for your loss.

Anna Pat Hines

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