Diana Hall peacefully transitioned on July 12, 2021. Diana Angela Hall was born on November 14, 1963, in Fort Hood, Texas to Karola Hall and the late James Hall. She was raised in a military home, which sparked her love for traveling. The family eventually moved to Virginia, where she completed her studies and graduated from Oscar Smith High School in Chesapeake, Virginia in 1980.
Diana was blessed with her beautiful daughter, Erica, in 1986. She went on to pursue a career in the United States Navy where she further developed her strong work ethic. Her love of travel inspired her love of music and culture. She visited over ten countries and introduced her daughter and granddaughter, Jazleen, to various cultural experiences both locally and abroad.
Diana dedicated herself to living her life to the fullest and with no regrets. She regularly attended concerts, traveled solo, was a passionate animal lover, avid reader and lover of astrology. She will be lovingly remembered as someone who was fearless, dependable and courageous.
Diana loved and cherished her family which included her Dunkin Donuts family as well. She leaves to cherish her memory her mother Karola Hall; daughter, Erica Hall; granddaughter, Jazleen Hall; brother, Frankie Hall; niece, Jackie Hall; best friend, Christina Rose; and a host of cousins and friends.
A celebration of life will be at 6pm, July 20th, 2021 at Family Choice Funerals & Cremattions
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Diana was the kind of lady of would not take crap from anyone. Yet she had the biggest heart of anyone I know. Although we did not hang around each other all the time , I considered her a friend. We attended concerts and presidential rallies together! She was jokester alright…Diana, spray painted my car with shaving cream saying to vote for Hilary “I was a Trump supporter” back then. Diana you will be truly missed.
So sorry for the loss of your Mom. She was a wonderful lady who was always kind to me. I worked with her at Kohls. She will be missed by many. God Bless her and your family!
Diane was a very loyal, devoted and special friend to all of us at Dunkin. We admired her sense of adventure, as she loved to read and travel, while discovering new foods and cultures. Diane has been an excellent member of our team for many years, beloved by both her coworkers and long term customers. We thank her for her love and dedication to all of us. We will miss her dearly and send our heartfelt condolences to her mother, daughter, granddaughter and the rest of her family. Our thoughts and prayers surround all of them at this difficult time. Her loving memory will always be a part of the Dunkin family.
My heartfelt condolences to the Hall Family. Diana was a coworker of mine from Kohl’s and she was by far the hardest working person that I have ever known.
I’m sorry for your loss my prayers goes out to u an your family , love u all this is your sister in- law Sheila Hall . God Bless u an your family.
To the Hall Family, I was deeply saddened to hear of Diane’s passing. She was a dear friend of mine for many years. May the Peace of God that surpasses all understanding rest upon you richly at this most difficult time. Remember the Good Times to get you through. Rest easy Diane.