Edna
Edna Mae Hall was born in Richmond, Virginia on July 26, 1931 to Simeon and Naomi Green. At the age of seventeen, Edna was called to the ministry, and during the early 1950s, she and her sisters formed the Green Sisters Trio and traveled extensively throughout the country. During this period of travel, Edna met Winston Hall, Sr., and they were married on June 25, 1955. Edna demonstrated absolute love for her Savior by serving others as children and youth leader, choir member, missionary president, Sunday School teacher, pastoral advisor, evangelist, deaconess, minister to those in rest homes and homeless missions, to name a few. She led others to Christ, helping to mentor many, encouraging and touching countless lives. Edna lived life to the fullest. She passionately loved her family and enjoyed bowling, fishing, playing tennis, biking, singing and praying with them. A woman of faith, she challenged others to believe the impossible. She will always be remembered for believing that “…surely, God is able.”

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  1. One of the qualities that made King David a man after “God’s own heart” was the sincere love, worship and adoration that he continually expressed toward the great Creator who blessed him, sustained him and guided him. Aunt Edna was such a woman. In this time of sadness rest assured that heaven is celebrating!

  2. My Dear Aunt Edna has past away … I have always admired my aunts and my mom (The Green Sisters) on how they presented themselves as honorable woman. I will always remember Aunt Edna and Uncle Wendell at our wedding and singing songs the night before and the time that Aunt Edna and Uncle Wendell came to Tucson and visit us and the time when Aunt Edna and Michelle stayed over our house and when we visit her this past summer. We loved you and will miss you. My love and prayer is with all the family and friends.

  3. My heart and prayers truly go out to the Hall family in this time of lost. You have my heartfelt and deepest sympothy. Uncle Wendall, I pray that the Lord will give you the strenghth and encouragement to get through this time of lost of your dear wife one day at a time. God bless you.

  4. My prayers and thoughts are with the Hall family (and extended family/friends) – the Lord will see each of you though! You can count on that as you lean on Him each moment by moment. Aunt Edna was a woman who lived life and her convictions to their fullest; that is something very admirable and rare today. I pray all the good memories, big and little, will over take you each and warm and comfort you. And may the peace of God seal it all! Remember her deep love and wishes for each of you. Cherish her strength and faith in God, may it motivate you forward in Christ and life. Continued love and prayer…

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