Mary Trammell Hall
Published 1:49 pm Saturday, March 26, 2022
Mary Trammell Hall was born on Dec. 11, 1929, in Harris County, West Point, to the late Mr. Jack and Mrs. Jennie Bell (Davidson) Trammell. She was also recognized as the last of Davidson & Trammell First Legacy. She was affectionately known as “FISH,” by those who knew her well.
At an early age, she accepted Christ and joined Mt. Nebo Baptist Church in West Point, under the Pastorship of Rev. B.C. Carter. She enjoyed cooking, dancing and raising her grandchildren and great-grandchildren along with helping people in the Community She was a homemaker and was employed by the Whitworth family until she retired. Mary attended 10th Street School, and was a member of the West Point Twin City Social Club along with her brothers and sisters.
Mary joined in Holy Matrimony to the late Mr. Lewis Williams; born to them were three beautiful children, Charles Lewis Williams, JoAnn (Williams)Bridges, Jerome Williams, all deceased. She later joined in union with the late Mr. Shirley Hall, Sr.; born to them were five beautiful children, Shirley Hall, Jr. (Belinda) of Chicago, Illinois, Bobby Hall, Sr. (Cathy), of West Point, Mary Ann Hall (Deceased), Mr. James (Foot) Hall (Barbara McQueen) both deceased, Gwendolyn Hall (Alton Walker) of West Point.
Mary was blessed with 25 grandchildren and 48 great-grandchildren from both unions.
Mary gained her wings and entered into eternal rest on Friday, March 18, 2022, at her residence of West Point.
Mary was preceded in death by: her loving husbands; parents; her three sons, Charlie Lewis, Jerome, and James; two daughters, JoAnn, and MaryAnn; twin sister, Martha “Moot” Trammell Hutchinson; eight brothers and six sisters-in-law; Ralph (Lizzie Kate) Trammell, Lee (Ola Pearl)Trammell, Joseph(Hattie Mae)Trammell, John Trammell, Charles Trammell, twin brothers, Addis (Julia) Trammell, Sr., Anderson (Betty) Trammell, Alfred (Eva) Trammell and her oldest sister, Mamie Trammell (Willie) Wright.
She leaves to cherish her loving memories her two sons and daughter; her oldest niece, Juland (Thipp) Smith, special granddaughter, Shirley “Sweetpea” Hall; her full-time care provider, Pamela Bridges; nieces, Virginia(Gin)Davis, Martha (Peacha) Huguley, Diane Hutchinson Wilson and Ms. Jennie Trammell along with her special friend, Minnie Hunt; a host of nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, and other relatives and friends.
Graveside Services for Mrs. Hall will be held on Sunday, March 27, 2022, at 2 p.m. in the Marseilles Cemetery with Rev. Charles Trammell, Sr., Eulogist, Rev. Alton Barber and Rev. W. G. Wimberly, assisting.
Public Viewing will be held on Saturday, March 26, 2022, from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. at the mortuary.
To express online condolences to the family, visit www.mwleemortuary.com
Final Arrangements are entrusted to M. W. Lee Mortuary.