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Larry  Hall:
"Cowboy"

Memorial for Larry Hall

Born on Dec. 23, 1950
Departed on Feb. 4, 2009 and resided in Austin, TX.
 
Service: Thursday, Feb. 12, 2009
11:00 am
Cemetery: Assumption Cemetery
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Larry  Hall

Larry Hall was born December 23, 1950 to Clifton U. L. Hall, Sr. and Annie Mae Hall. He was the first born son and a source of great joy to his parents. Larry attended Wheatley High School. While in High School he played football and was a football star. After graduation Larry went on to join the U.S. Marine Corp. Reserve for a brief period of time. He also developed a passion for riding horses which soon became his favorite past time. That is how he got the nickname "Cowboy."

We all have chosen different roads in this crooked path of life, which is full of many twists and turns. For those who knew Larry, he often sought the adventurous life, but was grounded in the Lord having been raised in a Christian home. He was baptized early in life by the late Reverend John J. Rector, Sr. at Antioch Baptist Church of San Antonio, Texas. He later joined Trinity Missionary Baptist Church of San Antonio, Texas, where his pastor was Reverend John H. Hall; who was his uncle. There he attended Sunday School, BTU and youth council. He is remembered for all the teasing and clowning he did with the elderly at the church for Larry had such a loving and giving heart he could not stand to see pain in others. We truly miss that wonderful spirit of love and his big heartedness.

The Lord led Larry to Austin to be close to his sister, Sheryl Kellough, creating a reformed life he worked with Easter Seals where he was supervisor and found joy, achievement, and a sense of accomplishment with his new friends and family. He also worked with his brother-in-law and was back to the horses he loved. With the new life, Larry took great joy and pride and once again was back to what he did so well as a young boy in San Antonio with his family and at his church, giving joy, doing for others and making people laugh. He truly found joy in the little things in life. Soon Larry came full circle: family, friends, and his horses.

Again, with another twist in life's path, Larry began another battle with his health. From the depth of the valleys of life, Larry lifted up his eyes and knowing the true source of his help and cried unto God. And so our merciful Father reached with His loving arms and took the hand of his child Larry Hall and took him home, joining his parents and brother, Clifton "Speedy" Hall who preceded him in death. He leaves to mourn his passing his two children whom he was so very proud and at his bedside at the time of his death, his son David Wash (Tashee) of San Antoinio, Texas and his daughter Renee Hall Carter of Atlanta, Georgia. Also left to mourn are his sisters Sheryl Kellough (Leon), Judy Burkhardt (Scott), uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, five grandchildren and special friends. The family and friends find comfort knowing Larry is now at true peace with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Services entrusted to A Life Celebration by Franklin, Taylor, Texas.
  

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