Neal Adams Hall of Diamondhead, MS passed away peacefully in her sleep.
She was predeceased by her parents, Clyde Crowell Adams and Maggie Cook Adams of Moorhead, MS; a sister, Verma Adams Moore; a brother, Blewett U. Adams; an infant son, Ronald Hall; a son Denny Hall; a great-granddaughter, Brooke Elizabeth Wiggins; and her husband, Louis D. Hall.
She is survived by son, John Adams Hall (Linda Williams); daughter-in-law, Marsha Maxwell Hall; granddaughters, Kim Hall Blackledge, Amy Hall Wiggins and Dr. Jeff Wiggins, grandson, David Louis Hall; great-grandchildren, Peyton Hall Blackledge, Kyle Thomas Blackledge, Brennan Spencer Blackledge, Brandt Allen Wiggins, and Cole Hall Wiggins.
She was born and raised in Moorhead, MS. After World War II ended, and while attending Moorhead Junior College she met her future husband, returning veteran Lou Hall. They eloped, knocked on a pastor’s door and got married. They then moved to Hattiesburg where Lou enrolled at Southern Mississippi. After graduating, Lou’s job took them to several cities, New Orleans, Hickory, NC, Atlanta, back to New Orleans, then to Chicago, and retired in Diamondhead, MS.
Neal was a wonderful wife, homemaker and mother, and had her real estate license in Atlanta. She started the Leukemia Society while in New Orleans. She loved dressing up and attending the many parties and balls in Diamondhead. She touched many lives.
A special thanks to friend Lisa Cowand, who helped with Neal’s needs over the past six years.
A private burial will at a later date.
Riemann Family Funeral Home, Pass Christian, is handling the arrangements.
In lieu of flowers, family prefers memorials to charity of one’s choice.