Mildred Shirley Hall, age 91, passed away April 4, 2018. Born in Macon she was the daughter of Claude White Shirley and Minnie Mildred Gunter. She is preceded in death by her husband of 60 years, Wayne H. Hall, and daughter Linda Hall Huff (Charles). She is survived by her children, Wayne W Hall (Carol Logie), M Elaine Hall (Keith Baker), Kenneth H Hall (Elizabeth). Grandchildren Brian Huff (Jenny), Daniel Huff (Laura), Elaine Huff Orr (Shaun), Elyse Hall Panjic (Andrew) and Kevin Hall (Charne’), 8 Great Grandchildren, 3 Great great grand children, Sister Lillian Shelnutt (Joe) and nephew Rev. Chuck Hall (Mary Nell). Mildred and Wayne founded Hall’s Flower Shop in 1946 in Atlanta where they enjoyed serving their community with their love of flowers and gardening until retiring in 2004 when their son Kenneth took over operations of the family business. She was an active member of First Baptist Church Stone Mountain where she served as the church librarian and loved teaching children’s Sunday School for many years. Her love of missions was an inspiration to all. She was also a member of the Gideons Auxiliary, Stone Mtn Womens Club, Mtn Shadow Garden Club & Gwinnett Quilt Guild. Visitation Saturday April 7 from 5-7pm at Wages Stone Mtn Chapel. Funeral services will be held on Sunday April 8, 2pm at Wages and Sons Stone Mountain Chapel 1040 Main Street Stone Mtn Ga. Interment Resthaven Gardens of Memory Decatur GA Monday April 9, 10am.

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  1. Mildred😇 was so special to all of us. A wonderful Christian Lady, loved by all who knew Her. Hall Family ALL special to us.
    Love, ❤️Betty Jo and Marc Morris🙏

  2. What a darling lady. Always offering knowledge and kindness . My thoughts with all the Hall family.
    Love. Angie Head, AIFD,GMF

  3. Mildred was a lovely lady and wonderful quilter. I knew Mildred through the Gwinnett Quilters Guild. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Betsy Podriznik

  4. We miss both Mildred and Linda at the Gwinnett Quilters’ Guild. They are cherished members and talented Quilters.

  5. I remember the Halls from Kirkwood Baptist Church where I grew up. They were a wonderful family. My high school friend, Rocky Cocchi works for the hall Flower Shop so I inquire about the Hall’s often. So sorry to hear of her passing.

  6. I have many childhood memories of visiting the flower shop with with my mother, Sara Joyce Clark Brown, and my grandmother, Jimmie Lou Hall Clark. Mildred was such a kind and caring lady, always showing compassion for everyone in our family. We are so sorry we can not make it to visit with the family, but our prayers go out to you all.

  7. I have very fond memories of working at Hall’s during the mid to late ’70s as a delivery boy. It was a wonderful work environment and a great job for a high school kid. May the God of all comfort, comfort you as you remember and rejoice in Mrs. Hall’s life.

  8. I always enjoyed visiting with Mildred and Linda at Gwinnett Quilters’ Guild meetings. I have really missed getting to do so since Linda’s death just 13 months ago and Mildred’s not being able to attend Guild most of this past year. How sad to have lost two very special women in so short a time. My thoughts and prayers are with the family, especially Elaine, whom I have known since she was born. God be with you. Ann Gravelle

  9. Mildred was very special to me – I grew up on Dunwoody St in Kirkwood – Mildred and Harbor lived down the street – my special, special friend Lillian Shirley (now Shellnut) lived 3 houses from me – We were all active in Kirkwood Baptist Church – singing in the choir – working in the Nursery – in the G.A.’s – in the library – A wonderful Christian family. Mildred will be missed as her daughter has been missed – Linda – I live to far away for her last service but will be thinking of her and the family – PRAYERS!

  10. Many prayers are sent to your family by the Stone Mountain Woman’s Club. Mildred was very special and we have fond memories of her. God’s blessing to you all.

  11. I am sorry for your loss. God is the source of life and he knows our pain when we lose loved ones. But His word gives a wonderful prospect of a resurrection for those we have lost in death at Acts 24:15. May God provide comfort to you now, and in the days ahead.

  12. 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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