Celebrating the life of Linda "Pennington" Hall
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Linda Joyce Hall entered eternal life June 29, 2020 at the Greg & Noreen Wells Hospice Center in Hazard, Kentucky being 80 years and 6 months of age at the time of her passing.
Linda was born to Henry and Dora Caudill Pennington on December 8, 1939. She was preceded in death by her husband of 52 years, Dennis Hall.
She is survived by one sister, Dorothy Tackett of Colson, Kentucky. One brother, Palmer (Lola) Pennington of Meta, Kentucky.
She was preceded in death by three sisters; Margie Adams, Mazie Adams and Pearl Noble. Six brothers; Merrill, James Earl, Murphy, Hugh, Bobby and Billy Ray Pennington
Linda was one of a kind. She loved clothes and jewelry and prided herself on matching from head to toe. She loved animals, people and babies even though she was never able to have one. She adopted a few in her lifetime. Every new baby in the church was her baby.
She has been a loyal member of Millstone Missionary Baptist Church for 48 years. She gave her heart to the lord at age 15. Linda would strike up a conversation with anyone and made friends easily. Linda loved to cook and eat and could describe a dish so vividly it would make your mouth water. She loved music especially bluegrass gospel. She attended many shows and concerts thru the years. She herself had a beautiful voice and would sing lead for gospel harmony a family group for several years. She was especially close to Dennis's niece Judy Eldridge and her next door neighbors, Lou and Charlie Walker who were a tremendous help to her after she got sick. She will be missed by her many nieces and nephews and especially by her sister, Dorothy Tackett.
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