The moment has been determined by God and the task has been given to the Majestic Family to advise everyone, that Clarence A. Hall exited the Lower Cape Fear Life Care in Wilmington, NC early Monday morning, leaving his bags behind but holding the hands of two angels dressed in White. No one said anything because all knew where he was going.
Details for Mr. Hall’s Life Honoring Services are finalized and have been asked to be announced thusly. On Friday, December 4, 2020 beginning at 3pm until 5pm, Mr. Clarence’s family has elected to engage in a public viewing in the main chapel on the campus of Majestic Funeral Home located in Riegelwood, NC. On the following day, December 5, 2020 the formal “farewell” ceremony will be called to order at 11am, also in the main chapel at Majestic Funeral Home in Riegelwood, NC. Immediately following the formalities in the chapel, Mr. Hall’s earthen vessel along with his cherished family will be escorted to Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church located in Riegelwood, NC for Committal Rites. One may wonder why Mr. Hall would leave his earthly belongings here when he departed this past Monday. However, those close to him can find comfort understanding that where Clarence is now, there’s no need for any garments or shoes because he has a pair of Golden Slippers and a Long White Robe.
He was preceded in death by his son: Darryl Hall.
Clarence leaves to cherish his memories: his wife: Constance Graham Hall; one daughter: Barbara Hall McLaughlin; two grandchildren: Tyron L. McLaughlin and Tyesha L. McLaughlin; two great-grandchildren: Jayceon L. McLaughlin and Eli L. McLaughlin; two sisters: Barbara Brown and Gwendolyn Brown; two brothers: Zannie (Christine) Hall and John (Jennie) Hall a host of other relatives and friends.
The family is receiving visitors at the residence located at 355 Willie Rd. Riegelwood, NC where they will also assemble in preparation for the Majestic Ebony Motorcade.
The Compassionate Professionals of Majestic Funeral Homes are serving Mr. Clarence’s precious loved ones with uncompromising dignity.
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