Mary Hall Naugle, age 72, of Grayson, Ga passed away on Thursday, November 09, 2017. Mary graduated from Dacula High School and UGA before her short careers in education and banking, but she spent most of her time being a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, friend, and mentor.  Mary is preceded in death by her parents, Rev. and Mrs. James Hall of Dacula. Mary is survived by her husband of 49 years, Rodger W. Naugle of Grayson, her two children Wayne (Kelli) Naugle of Loganville and Ruth (Rob) Keathley of Loganville, and nine grandchildren (Rodger, Tiffany, Caleb, Charity, Selena, Abbie, and Ashlie Naugle, Andy and Amelia Keathley.) Mary had one brother, Joe Hall (Kathy), of Dacula.   The funeral will be at Snellville First Baptist Church on Sunday, November 12, 2017 at 2:00 P.M. with Pastor Brian Boyles and Wayne Naugle officiating.  The family will receive friends from 12:00 P.M.-2:00 P.M. and 4:00 P.M.-8:00 P.M. on Saturday, November 11, 2017 at Wages and Sons Gwinnett Chapel, 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy., Lawrenceville, GA 30046. 770-277-4550. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations made to Bible Study Fellowship (www.bsfintenational.org or 19001 Huebner Road, San Antonio, TX 38258) or the Gideons (www.sendtheword.org then 'greeting cards' or PO Box 2242, Lilburn, GA 30048).  Online condolences can be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com.   <iframe id="tukios_player_512x330" allowfullscreen="true" allowtransparency="true" frameborder="0" height="330" scrolling="no" src="https://www.tributeslides.com/videos/embedded_video/22GY92RNKSBHQS72" width="512"></iframe>

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  1. Mary was a wonderful, thoughtful and caring friend to all that knew her.
    She will be missed. May you find comfort and love from not only family but by all of us that knew Mary.
    May the memories we all shared be even more cherished and memorable. Our thoughts and prayers are with
    all of you as we share your grief and loss.
    Love and Blessings

  2. My family sends their thoughts and prayers to you Rodger and all of your family during this difficult time.
    My late wife, Scarlet, often spoke of the fond childhood memories she shared with Mary and your family
    and the fun times she had at your home.
    Please know we share your grief and sorrow.

  3. My sincere condolences to Rodger, Wayne, Ruth and families. God is certainly a lucky man for He has truly welcomed an angel to His heavenly home. I know she will be missed by so many here on Earth. I pray He will hold her family and many friends in his comforting hands during the coming days. May God be with you all.

  4. Our deepest sympathies to all and wishing you the peace and comfort that only God can can provide. Let us know if there is anything at all we can do for you during this difficult time.

  5. A wonderful woman, mentor, and friend! She blessed everyone who knew her. Always positive, smiling, and wise. She loved her family,her Bible study ladies, and friends. I’m thankful that God allowed our paths to cross. I’ll miss you ’til I see you!❤️

  6. We have been blessed by knowing Mary and Rodger since the early 1980’s. One of the most precious women I have ever known. She was true Christian in every respect. Prayers and love for the family in the days ahead.

  7. Although I didn’t know Mary, I know her Chidren and grand children…and “apples don’t fall far from the trees.”
    Please know you are ALL in our prayers at school and that her legacy continues through each of you members of her family and the thousands of lives she touched!

  8. I loved Mary,she was my BSF teacher,and became a dear friend,she was a special lady,she taught me so much,I loved her dearly,I will be praying for the family.she will be missed,Goodbye for now dear friend,will see you oneday

  9. Mary Was A Wonderful Person, I Have Known her All My Life. My Thoughts And Prayers Are With All her Family

  10. We’ve known Mary throughout our lives, and I feel blessed to have grown up with her and her brother, Joe.., blessed to have known their beloved parents, Rev. James & Eva Hall and to be a part of their Church family at Ebenezer,where Rev. Hall was our wonderful pastor…a time when beautiful memories were made that will lasts us forever. Time marches on and lives change, but the hearts of true friends and Godly people don’t. This morning thru tears, after talking to Joe, my first thought was a beautiful reunion…a sweet image of Mary hugging her mom & dad again with that pretty smile. of hers.. It’s been years since I saw Mary, but we got back in touch thru Facebook. After the accident, I followed each loving post, painfully written by Ruth…,but always written with hope & faith.., I read countless responses, strong prayers, wishes, & special thoughts from people about how Mary’s helped & inspired them ..Facebook lit up from every direction with an outpouring of love and respect for Mary, Rodger, and their family. Mary obviously made a big impact in this world as a teacher, friend, wife, mother, and in every role that she filled. Today, even in your pain & sadness, I’m sure you are clinging to the same great faith that’s kept you going through all this…the kind that your Mary carried throughout her life and happily spread along the way.. As sad as it is to lose someone like Mary in this world, you must feel as blessed and proud as any family could ever be. May God continued to hold you in his arms and fill you with strength in the days ahead….Love, Pat Everett Bridwell & Family

  11. RODGER & FAMILY,
    MY DEEPEST CONDOLENCES GO UT TO U & UR FAMILY. WHEN U & MARY WOULD COME DOWN TO VISIT UR MOM IN PA. I ALWAYS TRIED TO COME & SEE U BOTH! SHE HAD A BEAUTIFUL SMILE. ALWAYS HAPPY. I WILL MISS HER A LOT. SHE WAS A WONDERFUL & KIND PERSON. SHE HAS NO PAIN NOW, BECAUSE SHE IS WITH JESUS & UR MOM & DAD, & HER PARENTS.
    MAY GOD GIVE U LOVE & UNDERSTANDING, PEACE & WISDOM.
    SINCERELY IN JESUS,
    UR COUSIN FROM PA… GENE

  12. We are so very sorry to hear of your loss. We’ve been praying for her and the family since her fall. She was such a blessing to all who were lucky enough to know Mary. You all are still in our prayers. Comforting to know she is with her Lord and Saviour.

  13. Mrs. Naugle was my mentor and favorite high school teacher. I loved her dearly. She is the reason I became a Home Economics (Family & Consumer Science) teacher. She encouraged me to attend UGA! After college, I came back to Berkmar High and taught there for 6 years before I moved to North Carolina! I was blessed to teach 36 years, and can never repay the love & caring that Mrs. Naugle gave me during my years of high school!
    This year I was able to connect with her on FaceBook! I got see pictures of her family, and saw how she was still an amazing lady.
    I am so sorry for the loss her family will be experiencing! Mary Hall Naugle is now in the presence of her Lord and Savior! I look forward to seeing her again one day.

  14. We love you Mary! Thank you for being a wonderful mentor to me. So very relieved that you are now with Jesus and no longer bound to the earthy body that needed such healing. So sorry to the family and all who are left with such a void in their hearts. What a legacy your life was, Saint Mary Naugle!

  15. Steve and I were so sorry to hear of your loss. Mary is with our Lord and we will see that sweet face again. May our Lord comfort you all.

  16. Mary Naugle was my favorite teacher I had in school. I know she will be greatly missed by all. I will always remember her sweet smile and gentle ways. May God be with you all during time.

  17. The most vivid memories with Mary was while in the singles class that Roger taught at church. Mary would invite the entire class over to their house for a pot luck lunch after church. My memories are of a warm home, good food, great fellowship and a gracious hostess in the kitchen making sure everybody got enough to eat.
    Her inviting and lively personality was infectuous and her wisdom guided me through the tough life of being single.
    Thank you Mary for being all that God intended you to be. I will miss your smile and hugs on Sunday mornings. Until we see each other again in Glory, so long my mentor and friend.

  18. I am almost speechless. Lived next door to my parents for many years, I had you as a teacher in school. Just one of the sweetest persons I have ever known. Rodger, Wayne, and Ruth our thoughts and prayer are you all of you and your families. Love to all of you and God Bless you. Mary, love you and miss you.

  19. Sweet Mary will be missed! She was a dear friend and a perfect example of how a Christian should be. Praying for the family!

    Love,
    Robert & Jackie Guest

  20. So very sorry to hear about your loss but know she was greeted in heaven with such joy. Mary was a great leader at BSF and I loved the time we shared there. She was a gracious, loving and welcoming lady. May your hearts be filled with incredible memories filling it with sweet peace.

  21. May the Grace and Love of our Lord and Savior comfort you at this time as only He can. We know Mary is whole and happy again today and reuniting with family gone on earlier. Childhood memories of her at Ebenezer and in our Harbin’s community will live on forever in our minds. She was a kind and sweet person who was supportive and encouraging to everyone. Her impact on lives will forever be remembered. We continue to remember Roger, Ruth and Wayne, Joe and all the extended family in our thoughts and prayers. We are here to help in any way.

  22. What a wonderful Role Model Mary has been all her life. She will be so missed. Rodger, Wayne, Ruth and all the family, Ray and I will surely be keeping you all in prayer as this is so hard an all. God Bless you and hold you in the palm of His Hands.
    Love, Hugs and Prayers, Virginia and Ray Cox

  23. “Miss Hall” was my teacher at Lilburn and I thought the sun rose and set in her. I had issues as a teenager and luckily for me, God placed her in my life at the right time. Back “in those days”, we could talk about Christian things in school. She never failed to let her beliefs be known. She even prayed with me and always assured me that I was going to be okay. And I grew up and I “AM” okay. I owe so much of my life to her. I’m glad I was able to express this to her several years back. And I thank Facebook for helping us to reconnect via their website. I am going to miss all her encouraging words.

    Praying for her family and to all of those who loved her.

  24. Rodger, Ruth, Wayne, and the entire Naugle family,
    We were both saddened to hear that Mary is not with us in body any longer, but joyful knowing that she is now free from pain in the arms of her dear Lord and Savior. She was greatly loved by us, and multitudes of others, and we all look forward to seeing her again in Glory. Praying for peace and comfort for all of you.

  25. Wayne & Kelli, so sorry you had to lose your precious one at such an early age but pray you find comfort and peace in knowing she’s in heaven running free, no pain, no worries!!!

  26. Rest in peace in your heavenly home, sweet Mary. May God send his angels to surround your family and give each one the comfort that only He can give.

  27. God bless you & your family. Mary was a sweet & wonderful person. You will never know how much you meant to me & my family. Bunny amason

  28. Mary was truly an ambassadress of Jesus Christ! His love flowed through her radiant smile and kind words to everyone she met. I’m so thankful God blessed me with her friendship these past six years and will treasure the memories forever. I will miss her so much.
    My prayers are for you Rodger, and all your family, to feel the warmth of God’s love as He leads you through these difficult days.

  29. Mary is now with Jesus and her smile and laugh are back now. She will be missed greatly here but life is but a vapor and we will be with her soon and worship our Lord together.

  30. Sorry for your lost it’s always difficult when a loved one passes John 5:25 helps us to appreciate that there is hope for the dead and that one day we will be reunited with them my thoughts and prayers are with your family

  31. Mary was a bright spot every where she went. We always looked forward to being in her home, at a Gideon’s function, or anywhere she was. We were blessed by her sweet smile, her kind words, and her enthusiasm for life. How good to have known Mary! We will be praying for Rodger, Ruth and Wayne and all of the family at this time.

  32. So sorry to hear this Ruth. I did not know your Mom however she had to have been an amazing Mom and person because you are! My prayers will be with your family!

  33. My Sweet Aunt Mary , I will miss her loving and caring smile and sweet soul . She was a Godly woman and was always there if I reached out for prayer or help with anything , she was never to judge anyone but always there to lend a guiding and helping hand in any situation. Prayers for Rodger , Ruth , Wayne , all of her grandchildren and Kelly and Rob , and for my dad Joe Hall . Life is precious. Love you all . Can’t leave out that laugh of my aunt Mary’s ..

  34. Mary was a wonderful Sister and Sister N Law . She was always thinking of others , she was completely selfless. Our hearts are heavy today, but knowing she is in Gods beautiful heaven makes us happy. Goodbye for now sweet Mary , we will be together again one day.

  35. SO very BLESSED to have such an AMAZING aunt.Always a jolly laugh and Smile .Such a wonderful Role model in my life Thankful for all the selfless Love she always gave she always made sure to make me feel extra special with my very own cake at the Hall Reunion.Prayers for my Dear uncle Rodger cousins Wayne and Ruth and their families.and my Daddy Joe Thank U Jesus for sharing such PRESIOUS woman with us here on earth .I am sure the Reuion in HEAVEN is full of laughter and Smiles today.

  36. Ruth & Family- sure would have loved to have known this wonderful, Godly woman! She undoubtedly represented Christ in every way, as evidence through her children & grandchildren, especially. BSF is such a WONDERFUL, worldwide, Christian teaching organization- so thankful she contributed to it, too! Our thoughts & prayers will be with you in the upcoming days, weeks, & months.

  37. Rodger, Wayne, Ruth and Family, please know our hearts are grieving with you during this time and our prayers are that your faith in the Lord Christ will not only lift you today, but will also continue to do so as well as sustain you in future days with His most gracious and merciful “Balm of Gilead” for your sorrows. With Love, the Frank Canaday family.

  38. So sorry. Ms naugle was always the sweetest and best teacher. She taught me how to do things I never would have tried. She will be missed so much.

  39. I will cherish the time and friendship that we had. She was truly the finest example of Godly woman. I’m a better person to have known her.

  40. Mary was a wonderful woman of God who always showed me great love and respect. I pray with you Rodger and family.

  41. My prayers are with all of the family!! Mary was a dear friend and I loved her very much. I always loved attending her Bible Studies. She was always wonderful. She was very kind to me and I loved the smile she always had on her pretty face.’ I will miss her so much.

  42. I am so sorry for the loss in your family. I never met Mary, but I had the chance to meet with Wayne about the possibility of becoming a foster parent. I can only imagine that a family such as his, that is doing so much for the orphaned, has amazing parents who’s hearts are full of the love our Messiah. My prayers for y’all are those of an unexplainable peace that brings healing to your hearts.

  43. Our deepest symphonies are with the family. We have known Mary for a very long time. Fifty Two years ago in June she played the piano at our wedding. We haven’t seen her in many years, but have thought of her often. What a lovey & sweet lady !

  44. Ben and I are praying for this precious family. Mary was such a lovely person and her faith in God was an inspiration to everyone who knew her. Ben and I love the Naugle family and treasure our memories of the great times we had together. May God be with you all.

  45. So sorry to here about your loss. She was such a sweet person. I was taught home ec by her at Berkmar & taught by you at Bethesda. God bless you & your family through this sad time.

  46. Our deepest sympathies and love to your family through this time. Mary was such a dear friend to my sister Nancy. She will be sorely missed. She is with the lord now and someday we will see her again. Our continued thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  47. Roger, Ruth, Wayne and families. You all are in our prayers. Mary was one in a million! Her legacy of loving the Lord and caring for others lives on through her family.

  48. Forever in our hearts and prayers, God has blessed us with a true angel on earth. Love to the Naugle and Hall families today and forever.

  49. Dear Family,
    We are so sad about this incredible loss. Our hearts are broken with yours and grieving for and with you. Mrs. Mary was one of our strongest prayer warriors and we were always so encouraged by her. She has built a beautiful legacy in each of you that will go on and touch others for many generations. We’re so thankful for her life.
    Please know that our prayers remain for each of you in these difficult days. We ask the God of all comfort and grace to give you exactly what you need in each moment.

  50. I didn’t know Mary but I wish I had because I hear she was the most wonderful person. I am so sorry for your loss mr. Naugle. You and your family will be in my prayers.

  51. Revelation 21:4
    And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

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