Rodney F. Hall

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Rodney Farrior Hall passed away at Kitty Askins Hospice Center in Goldsboro on May 12 at 11:10pm with his beloved daughters by his side. Born in Duplin County on July 24, 1931, he was the son of the late Jimmy D. Hall and late Pearl Millard Hall.


Funeral services will be held Tuesday, May 16 at Shumate Faulk Funeral Home at 3:00pm. Visitation with the family will be held from 2:00-3:00 pm. The gravesite burial will follow the 3:00pm memorial service at 3:30 pm at Wayne Memorial Park with Masonic and U. S. Military rites. Reverend Steven Wicks will officiate at the service. The family will be at 300 Commonsgate Drive in Goldsboro at other times.


Mr. Hall served in the North Carolina Army National Guard for over 40 years. He was dedicated to service to others through his work and membership with the Mount Olive Lions Club, the Wayne Shrine Club and the Mount Olive Masonic Lodge.


Mr. Hall was a loving father, grandfather, brother and friend. Surviving are his wife, Belle Hare Hall of Mount Olive; two daughters, Dr. Debbie Hall Grady of Goldsboro and friend, Thomas Price; and Marcia Hall Davis and husband Jeff Davis of Cary; one brother, Bobby Hall of Mount Olive; six grandchildren, Ryan Jeffrey Davis of Raleigh; Jennifer Moye and husband Dr. Phillip Moye of Goldsboro; Jenny Leigh Grady of Raleigh; and Anthony Rodney Grady of Mount Olive and fiancée, Samantha Pierce; Joel Davis of Tennessee; and Patrick Davis of Kentucky; six great-grandchildren, Elise Moye, Thad Moye, Seth Moye, Jacob Davis, Avalon Davis, and Piper Davis. He was preceded in death by his brothers, Charlie Hall, Perry Hall, Elbert Hall, W.F. “Dub” Hall, Grover Hall, and Gurman Hall and two sisters; Elmyrtle H. Moore and Sadie Gautier.


Mr. Hall gave many gifts to his family and friends but his unconditional love was the greatest gift of all. Memorial donations may be made in honor of Mr. Hall to the Masonic Orphanage in Oxford or to the Shriner Children’s Hospital.