Edwin Armon Hall

December 31, 2010

Edwin Armon Hall, 78 of Atmore died Monday December 28, 2010 in Mobile.

He was an equipment operator for Escambia county, born in Atmore, on June 20, 1932, to the late Ezra M. and Lona Mae Isler Hall. He loved family and farming and was a member of Lottie Baptist Church.

He was preceded in death by a son Michael Armon Hall.

Survivors are his wife, Lois J. Hall; one son, Daniel Wayne Hall and wife, Pam, of Atmore; one daughter, Delores Livingston and husband, Bob of Jacksonville; one daughter-in-law, Felicia Hall of Bay Minette; two brothers, Ervin Jr. Hall and Eugene Hall both of Atmore; five grandchildren, Matt Livingston, Kevin Michael Hall, Anna Katherine Livingston, Caitlin Allie Hall and Kyndall Lauren Hall; one great-grandson, Michael Armon Hall; and many other relatives and friends.

Services will be Sunday January 02, 2011. at 2 p.m.from Atmore Memorial Chapel, with Bro. Chris Pruitt and Bro. Don Davis officiating. Interment will follow in Oak Hill Cemetery.

Active Pallbearers are Matt Livingston, Kevin Hall, James Stacey, Thomas Wayne Hall, Eric Hall, and Kelly Drew. Honorary Pallbearers will be James Turk, Hilbert Hall Benny Dockins, Billy Hardy and Don Bradley.

Family will receive friends, Saturday evening January 01, 2011, at Atmore Memorial Chapel from 6 until 8 p.m..

Johnson-Quimby Funeral Home, Inc in charge of all arrangements. Atmore.


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