On Tuesday, January 8, 2019, Wade Adam Hall won his long battle with cancer and is now resting comfortably with our Lord in Heaven. Wade was born on February 9, 1979 in Conway, Arkansas to Kenneth and Janet (Strange) Hall.
Wade grew up in Damascus, Arkansas and spent his whole life dairy farming with his family. He graduated from South Side High School in 1997. In 2005, he met the love of his life Annalisa and on March 24, 2007 they were married in Clinton. In September of 2009, Wade met the second love of his life, his daughter Adalyn. Wade was a member of First Baptist Church of Damascus and attended Damascus Methodist Church.
Wade loved farming and cattle, which led him to work for Southeast Select Sires, a job he loved and worked hard at no matter what was going on. Wade loved the Lord, his family, his friends, and football. It didn’t ever matter who won, he just wanted to watch a good game. Wade was the strongest and best husband, father, brother, son, uncle, and friend.
He is survived by his wife Annalisa Marsden Hall, daughter Adalyn Hall, son Kalyn Clemons, his parents Kenneth and Janet Hall, his brothers Brian (Jennifer) Hall and Neil (Dionna) Hall, nieces and nephews, Hunter, Hannah, Harrison, Cody, and Courtney, granddaughter Chealzea Clemons, and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, loved ones, and friends.
Wade’s motto in life was “it is what it is” and he fought his battle just that way. He never complained once, taking each day as it came.
Pallbearers are Brian Hall, Neil Hall, Hunter Hall, Harrison Hall, Cody Hall, Kalyn Clemons, Lance Gipson, and Kerry “Pup” Crofford. Honorary Pallbearers are Josh Edwards, Chris Brown, John Simmons, Jason Burroughs, Aaron Smith, Chase Hall, Andy Hall, and Clint Linn. A special thank you to Dr. Steve Schoettle, Dr. Kamal Patel, Cori, Lindsay, Dawn and all the gang at CARTI, and to everyone at Arkansas Hospice for taking great care of Wade.
Visitation will be from 6-8pm at First Baptist Church of Damascus, AR on Thursday, January 10, 2019 and the Service will be on Friday, January 11, 2019 at 2:00pm at the church.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Adalyn Hall’s college fund at Simmons Bank. Simmons Bank Adalyn Brook Hall College Fund PO Box 789 Clinton, AR 72031
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