Bertha Hall

Bertha Hall
June 24, 1936 – June 27, 2016

Bertha Hall, 80, of Bryan, passed away on Monday June 27, 2016 in Bryan. A Memorial Service will be held at 11:30am, Friday July 1, 2016 at Fellowship Free Will Baptist Church. Visitation will be from 6 to 8pm on Thursday June 30, 2016 at the church. Interment will be at 10am, Friday July 1, 2016 in Peach Creek Cemetery. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers.

Bertha was born to Dave Monroe Greer and Lorena Appling Greer on June 24, 1936 in the Peach Creek Community of Brazos County. She was a very happy lady who loved her community with all her heart. She gave from her being to befriend all she met and showed them unconditional acceptance and love. Bertha instilled that in her children during their developing years. She enjoyed being part of her community by helping others with many different tasks. She volunteered for a number of years for her church in the nursery. She carried that spirit over to her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Her parents; former husband William Thomas Hall; her brothers Dean Greer, Norman Greer; and sisters Alene Lovell and Barbara Poorman, all precede her in death.

She is survived by her family Bruce Hall, Karen Hall, John Hall; her grandchildren Krystal Banda and partner Crystal Johnson, Jeffrey Crutchfield, and Adam Biddle; her great-grandchildren Serena, Alvino, Sergio, Lorena, Santiago, Anthony, Jacob, Eva, And Amya; her brothers Glen Greer, Sidney Greer and wife Nelda, Kenneth Greer and wife Annette; her sisters Audrey Reinier, Lillian Russell, and Mildred Wade; her Four-legged beloved grandchildren Missy, Serra and Sissy; and other relatives.

Memorial donations are kindly requested to be given in Memory of Bertha Hall to Fellowship Free Will Baptist Church, 1228 West Villa Maria Rd, Bryan, 77801.

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  1. Bruce and Karen I’m sure u don’t remember me I worked at TAMU with your Mom so many years ago actually Karen I think you baby sat my daughter Mary Lou one summer any way Bertha was a great person and a friend she taught me a lot about the work I still do I was very sorry to read
    of her passing she lived along time I hope Iam that lucky
    Sincerely DeDe Pearce

  2. Bruce, Karen and family I send you my love. I’m so sorry to hear about Bertha. She was such a wonderful lady. One of my fondest memories of her was taking us all to church over there off Bryan Street. We’d load up in her car on Sunday morning and head to church. She really was a devoted Christian. As I grew up we all grew apart and then when Jeff was growing up and he hung with my daughter and nephews she would come pick him up from my house on Sunday to go to church. And then she would come into the cable company and she would wait for me if at all possible. If she didn’t get me she would always say Hi. She was such a wonderful person and I will always remember her as my church Mom/friend. She has spread her wings and its time for her to fly. I love you Aunt Bertha and thanks for always being there, I learned a lot from you. May you rest in peace.

  3. Karen and Bruce I am so sad to hear about Bertha. I never saw her without that beaming smile on her face! I will always be grateful for her bringing our families together!!! Love you guys!

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