of Damascus, AR
September 23, 1930 - March 1, 2022
Exine Reynolds Hall, 91, of Damascus went to her heavenly home on Tuesday, March 1, 2022, at her home in Damascus. Exine was born on September 23, 1930, to Coy and Rena Castleberry Reynolds in Greenbrier, Arkansas. She lived her entire life in Faulkner County. At the age of 16 she married Billy Charles Hall and they were married for 68 years. Exine was a member of First Baptist Church of Damascus her entire married life. She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, brother, Amon Reynolds, sisters, Glady Black, Ruby Cotton, two infant siblings, and son-in-law, Carrol Dee Bradford. Left to cherish her memory are her children, Diane (L.B.) Pavatt, Mark (Kim) Hall and Jody Bradford, grandchildren, Jason (Gina) Pavatt, Jared (Krista) Pavatt, Jill (Drew) Thomas, Mica (Carrol) Gunter, Jake (Aleisha) Reynolds, Clay (Angie) Bradford, Mike (Melody) Bradford, Chad (Rachel) Bradford, Matthew Bradford, Sawyer (Anna) Hall, Colter Hall, and Madison Hall,36 great grandchildren, and 7 great great grandchildren, sisters, Montine Nichols and Euna Mae Garrett, and numerous nieces, nephews, family and friends.Exine enjoyed going to yard sales with her sisters. She was a dairyman's wife who did most of the work. She loved milking cows and feeding baby calves with a bottle. Exine had a very sweet, quiet, and witty personality. She loved to laugh and play with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Most of all she loved her children Diane, Jody, and Mark. Funeral Service will be 11:00AM Saturday, March 5, 2022, at First Baptist Church in Damascus, Arkansas. Visitation will begin one hour prior at the Church at 10:00AM.Burial will follow at Spires Cemetery in Damascus, Arkansas.
Was sad to hear of your loss! Know she is resting in the arms of loved ones in heaven ! Prayers for all family and friends!
Sorry for your loss, but happy for this sweet lady.
So many good and positive words we could say about Aunt Exine. All the Rene Reynolds families worked so hard all their lives, whatever task it was, they did it with all their might. Strong will, loved their spouses and families, and loved their church and church families. Never heard a bad word about Aunt Exine. And they taught their families this same good work ethic. Aunt Exine’s was helping with the dairy cows, milking, bottle feeding, everything. And she loved it. She loved having all the families around to cook for, enjoy, laugh and watch them all grow up. We will miss you, but know now that you have glimpsed paradise, we wouldn’t want to wish you back. You probably are checking trot lines with Uncle Bill. Your earthly body we say good by to-but we will strive to make Heaven our home and see you again. Jerry and I loved you, and praying for all your families.
Praying for you and your family!
I'm so sorry. My prayers are with you
My prayers and love go out to this wonderful family in the loss of sweet Ms. Exine. God Bless you all.
So sorry. May God bless all the family. Dorothy Morlan
With our prayers and deepest sympathy.
She was truly a remarkable and kind woman, I will always remember our talks and the time we spent at the dairy. She will truly be missed.
Dear Exine Hall Family:We are so sorry to hear this. She was sweet precious lady. Mom and I really love her. We Love Y’all too Y’all are in our thoughts and prayers.In Christian Love Les and Kathryn Smith ♥️♥️♥️🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
Jill I am sorry for the loss of your grandmother. May she RIP.Leslie
She was a good woman and loved her family.Spent a few evenings with Jason over at her and Mr.Bills house many years ago when we were young. She is truly at home now with her Lord. So sorry for your loss. Prayers for all her good family.
Four brothers and their wives: Jack and Mildred, Willard and Hester, Bill and Exine, Cecil and Carolyn. Now all are gone to their reward in Heaven. They lived and worked in the same community with three of them being dairy farmers. They went to church together, hunted and fished together. They held the annual Hall reunion on Easter Sunday for decades which I still have fond memories of and miss.What a legacy they left and how much I miss them all.Exine was a kind, sweet soul who did do all the work. My sympathy for the loss of a special woman and to me the end of an era of our Hall family legacy.Shelly Hall Quattlebaum
God Bless you all , she was such a sweet Lady