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Romie Hall (11-13-19) service 11-17-19

Romie Lucas Hall of Lutts, departed this life on Wednesday, Nov. 13, at the age of 82.
Services were held on Sunday, Nov. 17, at 11 a.m., at Valley View House of Prayer with Gary Duboise and Larry Burbank officiating. Burial followed at Fielder Cemetery, Hardin County.
Mrs. Hall was a member of Valley View House of Prayer. She loved God and her family more than anything. She was the rock of her family, a loving mother and wife, but most of all a child of Jesus Christ. Her passion was quilting and working in her garden. She was a prayer warrior and worked her whole life to serve her Lord.
She is preceded in death by her first husband, James “Jack” Lucas and second husband, Marion “Pete” Hall; parents, John and Connie Ford; brothers, William, John, Robert, Hubert, Henry, Carl, Vernon and J.P. Ford; sisters, Lillie Henson, Mary Scott, Myrtle Mayhew, Fanny Tabscott and Vernett Qualls; two infant siblings; and son-in-law, Jimmy “Bondo” Smith.
She is survived by her children, Joyce Smith, Frances Cobb (Tony) and James Larry Lucas (Cheryl); grandchildren, Chris Smith, Michael Smith (Lana), Amanda Oakley (Stratton), James “Jamie” Lucas, Ashley Cobb and Magan Bullock (Seth); great-grandchildren, Lundun, Cheyenne, Santana, M.J., Makayla, JimmyKeith, Hannah, Ember, Lyla, Lucas, Payton, Sophia and Katie; two great-great-grandchildren; sisters, Naomi Ford Pfeffer and Maddie Sue Dodd; host of nieces, nephews and extended family.
The family expresses special thanks to Dr. Joe Hall and the staff of Wayne County Medical Center for their exceptional care and to Natalie Nance for her faithful care and friendship for many years.
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