December 13, 1944 ~ August 10, 2020

Born in: Atlanta, Georgia
Resided in: Snellville, Georgia

Linda Faye (Embry) Hall (Frammy) of Snellville, Georgia passed away Sunday August 9, 2020. Frammy was born in Atlanta, GA on December 13, 1944. Frammy enjoyed reading, working in the yard, cleaning, and being with her family. Frammy suffered a major stroke 6 years ago, but remained strong and steadfast in her love for her family and her friends. She loved to laugh and watch her soap operas. She enjoyed helping others in their time of need. Frammy loved her family dearly and adored her grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband and love of her life, Harold Hall (Pappy); mother and father Nannie Embry and Noel Embry. She is survived by sons, Chris Hall, Jeff Hall and wife Lesley; grandchildren, Maddie Rose, Ethan, Jackson, and Isabella.


Visitation: October 3, 2020 11:00 am - October 3, 2020 1:00 pm

Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel
1031 Lawrenceville Hwy.
Lawrenceville, 30046


Memorial Service: October 3, 2020 1:00 pm - October 3, 2020 1:30 pm

Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel
1031 Lawrenceville Hwy.
Lawrenceville, 30046


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  1. CandleImageLindee……I will never, ever forget the laughs and your sweet southern spirit. Rest in peace sweet friend….I know you and Harold are having one heck of a party. Love to you….here’s to the memories! Joanie

  2. I always counted on your beautiful smile greeting everyone that came into the building at Gwin Oaks. We shared a lot of wonderful memories and celebrations. You will remain in my heart and I will always smile when I think of you!

  3. We are praying for you and your family. What an unbelievably hard year it has been for you! We pray that the love of God, family and friends will comfort you. You are strong, Jeff, and there are many who love you and your family. Let us know if we can do anything.

  4. CandleImageJeff, Mary and I are sorry for your loss. We are praying for you and yours for strength and comfort as you navigate this difficult time. May God Bless you all.

  5. Jeff and Chris, Your mom was such a great woman. She was so sweet and kind. I will never forget that about her.

  6. Jeff so sorry to learn of your mother’s death but glad she is not suffering any more. As I mentioned when your father passed, losing loved ones so close together if hard but God will give you the strength to get through this. Bill had not told me. Take care and drop in to see me when you are down this way. Love MaBo

  7. I remember Linda as a lovely, sweet, soft spoken woman with a twinkle in her eye. She was the perfect person to have welcoming people into Gwin Oaks Elementary for so many years. The children loved her and so did we parents. Rest in peace, sweet Linda, rest in peace.

  8. CandleImageChris and Jeff, your family is in our prayers. Your parents were wonderful people, the world was a better place because of them.
    They are once again together in heaven.

  9. CandleImageLinda was a fine lady! She was dedicated to those she loved and shared her generous spirit. May Grammy and Pappy rest in peace.

  10. My sweet Linda. You were much more than a sister in law, you were my best friend for so many years. We shared laughter and tears with the surprises life sometimes brings. I am so thankful GOD brought you into our family to love and to love us. A beautiful flower has been picked from the bouquet here and will bloom brightly in GOD’S garden. I shall miss you. May our entire family smile from the wonderful memories each of us have.

  11. CandleImageJeff and family, So sorry for your losses this year. I pray for strength and peace for you all. God will give you comfort.

  12. Dear Linda you will be missed. I will always cherish our time together. I want to remember all the laughs we had when we were at school. Jeff and Chris I am so sorry you have lost your parents. They are together again. Rest In Peace dear friend. Love you!❤️💕

  13. Linda was such a special person! We worked together at Gwin Oaks Elementary in the early 80’s. She was the quintessential Southern lady… warm , sincere & loving!
    Now she & Harold are together again❤️

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