of England, Arkansas, AR
April 28, 1919 - January 17, 2014
Lucille Hall, 94, of England, went to be with the Lord, Friday, January 17, 2014. Lucille was born April 28, 1919 at Pinnacle, Arkansas to Albert Guenther and Myrtle Cotton Guenther.Lucille was a retired elementary school Principal at Joe T. Robinson Elementary School having spent fifty years in the education field. She was a member of First Baptist Church of England, Arkansas. She was a member of the England Cosmopolitan Club and the Arkansas Education Association. Lucille was preceded in death by her parents and her husband Joe Hall. Survivors are one son Don Hall of England; three grandchildren Brian Hall, Memphis; Steve Hall, Roland and Jason Hall and his wife Vike of the United Kingdom. Two Greatgrandchildren Hailey Hall, Memphis and Shelby Richards of Houston, Texas.The family will receive their friends from 5-7 p.m. Sunday, January 19, 2014 at Roller England Funeral Home. Funeral services will be Monday, January 20, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at the Funeral Home. Burial will be at 1:30 p.m. in the Gunther-Presley Cemetery, Pinnacle, Arkansas. Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church, 201 East Haywood, England, Arkansas. Funeral arrangements are by Roller-England Funeral Home, 202 Stuttgart Highway, (501-842-3939).On-line guestbook, www.rollerfuneralhomes/england.com
DonSorry to hear about your mom you will be in my prayers.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Don and family Lucille was such a beautiful lady ourmemories will all ways be of how nice sheall ways was when you would meet her allways smiling. Angie & A.T. Dunlap
We were so blessed to have known such a beautiful and gracious lady. So glad that we were able to attend her service and pay our last respects. Lucille was one of the finest educators that will ever be and she not only taught her students well,but was a wonderful role model in how to love yourself and one another.We will never forget everything she did for us when we moved to Roland. She was dearly loved by everyone who knew her and will be deeply missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with Don and the family.
i have the fondest memories of Mrs Hall. She was such a nice and caring lady and always looked so classy. I cant make it to the funeral today , but I will keep you all in my thoughts and prsyers
Don, I was so sorry to hear about your Mother. I will be praying for you all.
I can still remember when she lived right up the street from my parents and going up to her place to play with Steve. She was such a great lady. She was the principle when I was in school and knew how to control us kids. Wish we had more like her in our schools today. Don, Steve and the rest of the family, my thoughts and prayers are with you.
Mrs. Hall was such a sweet lady. I enjoyed the stories she told. She kept a smile that seemed to make everyone else smile as well.
Mrs. Hall was one of my teachers at Joe T. Robinson and I am sorry for the families loss. I remember how pretty she was and always dressed so well. setting a good example to her young students.
I remember Mrs. Hall so well. She was my 6th grade teacher at Robinson Elementary. An amazing and caring lady, one that really took the time to teach. I have thought about her so much over the years. Loved her dearly! My thoughts and prayers are with her family.
Mrs Hall seems to have touched many people's lives. She was an awesome lady. And will be missed
to the family of Mrs. Hall,so sorry to hear of your loss. she hasalways been kind and friendly to whom evershe met. you'll always have you memories,keeping her close to you. May God grant you peace, Carolyn
Oh what an awesome teacher I had in the 5th grade. Lucille hall was the greatest teacher anyone could have asked for. I started wearing hearing aids that year and she made me feel so special and even taught a class in science on hearing loss. I was never teased because of mrs. Hall..My prayers are with you and your family but know she is in heaven teaching a class of little ones once again..
Lucille was a great friend of the my family since I was 13 years old, my dad worked as a farmer for her dad; Mr. Guenther, wonderful memories of a wonderful lady and her family. my heartfelt condolences to the family.
Thoughts and prayers to the family of this wonderful lady. Mrs. Hall was my grade school principal and an outstanding member of our Roland Community when she lived here. We have missed seeing her presence here for awhile, she always had a smile and story for you whenever you would see her. God Bless and be with you.
Don we were so sorry to here about your precious Mother. She will be greatly missed by the many who knew and loved her.Kathy BellandBillie Moreland
Don, I am sorry to hear about your mother. She was a jewel and we will all miss her.
Steve, buddy, Im here for ya. I sure do have fond memories or Mrs. Lucille from childhood. I really liked her. Will keep you and your people in my thoughts.
Sorry to here of your loss my thoughts and prayers will be with you.
Don, so sorry for your loss my thoughts and prayers are with you.