Dear MOH Family Friends…
It Absolutely Breaks My Heart To Share This Heart Breaking News.

Our Mission Of Hope Warehouse Manager And Very Special Friend, Tim Hall, Passed Away After Getting Sick Between Christmas & New Year’s. Their Son & Daughter Were With Him In The Hospital…As He Passed Into Heaven.

Tim Became A Dedicated MOH Volunteer And Delivery Team Captain, Several Years Ago. He Also Served On The MOH Board Of Director’s And Also As MOH Board Chairman, A Few Years Ago…And Led Well. When He Came To Work At The MOH A Few Years Ago, As Our Warehouse Manager…He Made An Immediate Impact On How We Do All That We Do And Made Great Improvement’s. He Was Very Involved At His Church, Black Oak Heights BC. He Loved His Country And Served In The Air Force. He Had A True Servants Heart. He Loved The LORD.

Remember This Dear Family And Keep Them Uplifted In Fervent Prayer, As They Go Thru This Journey Of Loss. May GOD Comfort Them.

Please See His Full Obituary Below.

Emmette Thompson (ET)
Executive Director
Mission Of Hope

Timothy Dale Hall passed away on January 10th, 2022 at the age of 66.  He is survived by his mother, Lydia Jewell Hall, his brother, Anthony Hall, his wife, Joyce Hall, his two children and their spouses Adrian Hall (Rosanne Hall) and Lesley Jones (Brian Jones).  He also leaves behind 5 (soon to be 6) loving grandchildren.

                Tim doesn’t just leave behind a loving family; he also leaves behind a legacy of servanthood and caring for other people.  He served in the USAF for 11 years.  He cared for many, many students through 25 years as a high school science teacher.  During his “retirement” he cared for underserved Appalachian communities through his deep involvement in The Mission of Hope.

                Having grown up on the family farm, Tim was an avid gardener and outdoorsman.  He loved when he was outside, walking or working the land.  He hooked more than a few fish in his time, too.

                Most importantly he was a devout Christian who served in many church roles over the years.  The impact he had on the those around him has been made abundantly clear through the outpouring of love his family has received during this time.  We know we will see him again one day.

                There will be a private burial ceremony on Thursday, January 20th, 2022.  A memorial service will be held and announced at a later date.  In leu of any flowers, please make a donation to Mission of Hope.

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