Aaron Hall, Pineville

  • Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Funeral services for Aaron “Junior Hamm” Hall, conducted by the Rev. Samuel Nelson, were held Saturday, December 21, 2013, at St. Peters Baptist Church of Pineville. Burial, directed by Henryhand Funeral Home, followed at Tri Church Cemetery of St. Stephen. Mr. Hall died Sunday, December 15, 2013, at Trident Medical Center of Charleston. He was born October 1, 1932, the son of the late Aaron Hamm and Bernice Jenkins Hamm (Rivers) in Russellville. He was formally educated in the Berkeley County School System and also educationally enhanced in life experiences while traveling all over in various employs.  He worked on a local farm as a tobacco cropper. He dug water pipelines and cable lines in many states with the majority of that time working for one company in New Bern, North Carolina, for 25 plus years. He also worked as a forest firefighter. He was a member of St. Peters Baptist Church of Pineville. A sister, Jesse Pearl Hamm Scott, his brothers, Paul and Silas Hamm; and his sons, Robert Breach, John Hall and Roger Hall, preceded him in death. Survivors are: seven daughters, Geraldine Green and Iona Walker, both of Newark, New Jersey; Rhonda Jean Hall Munn (Emanuel) of Orlando, Florida; Mary Ann Breach of St. Stephen; Bernice Hall-Williams of Bayonne, New Jersey; Rose Mary Hall, Julie Ann Hall Davis (Anthony) of Orlando, Florida; two sons, Decaris Hall and John Melvin Mayes, both of Orlando, Florida; eight nieces and nephews, he raised as his own, Margaret Scott Rivers, Roland Scott, Jr., Alphonso Scott, Barbara Scott Motte and Joyce Scott, Diana Scott Smith, Janice Jenkins and Yvonne F. Forrest; his former wife, Lutherine White Hall Mayes; 37 grandchildren; 68 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.

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