The beautiful Cynthia Hall born to Ozie Mae Franklin and the late Charles Kitchen in Greenville, AL on June 20, 1961. She accepted Christ at a very early age and carried him in her heart throughout her life. She was a member of True Divine Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor Steven D. Huntley. She faithfully served the Lord and dedicated her life to praising him and testifying about his goodness.
Mrs. Hall was a devoted mother and wife. Throughout her years her talents varied from modeling to education to focusing on the development of our youth through early childhood care. Mrs. Hall was active in the community with her children through community outreach programs such as Open Hand in Atlanta, GA. She read the bible faithfully and instilled in her family the importance of serving the Lord, faith, giving back, helping your brother or sister in need, supporting the community, establishing your own, and never giving up.
On January 11, 1985, Mrs. Hall married Mr. John R. Hall. This union brought forth three wonderful children. The two remained united until Mrs. Hall received her wings on June 25, 2015. She was preceded in death by her brother Raymond Franklin and her two sisters Louise and Ladonna Franklin.
She leaves to cherish her memories her amazing God fearing mother Ozie Mae Franklin. Her husband of 30 years, who tirelessly loved and cared for her, John R. “Jack” Hall (Atlanta, GA). Three devoted children who undoubtedly cared for and loved their mother, her “strong and handsome” John Hall, Jr. (Montgomery, AL), her “beautiful queen” Miranda Hall (Atlanta, GA), and “her baby gorgeous princess” Arynn Hall (Atlanta, GA). Three grandchildren who she loved with all her heart Joshua Hall, Destiny Hall, and Cameron Hall all of Montgomery, AL. Seven brothers and sisters Jimmie (Mary) Thompson (Greenville, AL), Johnnie Renae Thompson (Greenville, AL), Helen Purifoy (Greenville, AL), Larry Moorer (Atlanta, GA), Gloria Moorer Johnson (Greenville, AL), Gilda Robinson (Greenville, AL), and Tracy Franklin (Greenville, AL). Very loving and prayerful sister-in-laws and brother-in-laws. A devoted, supportive, and loving daughter in Christ Angela McCloud (Montgomery, AL). A dedicated and loving family friend Inez Nelson (Montgomery, AL). A host of sons and daughters that loved her as a mother that she loved as her own. As well as a host of nieces, nephews, other extended family members, and friends.

E. G. Cummings Memorial Funeral Home, Inc.
 1120 Bragg Street
Montgomery, AL 36108
 (334) 265-9221