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Obituary for Linda Carol Hall (Campbell)

Linda C. Hall passed away Monday, January 15, 2024, after an illness that claimed her life.

Linda was born on December 17, 1947, in New York, NY, to the late Marion (Peaches) Bowers and Willie Hughes of Mullins, SC. Linda was Peaches’ eldest daughter of 5 girls who set the bar high with her intellect, wit, loving, forgiving, and caring nature.

Linda attended school in New York and at an early age moved to Maryland. In high school, Linda met and later married the late Frank Allen Hall of Maryland. Their union produced two sons Allen (Terry) and William Hall.

Linda was a devoted mother and grandmother who worked in various offices of the federal government until she retired after more than 26 years of service. Not satisfied with the lull of retirement, Linda returned to the workforce in the mayor’s office in the town of Capitol Heights Maryland where she fully retired after an additional ____ years.

A published author and avid reader, Linda enjoyed singing, writing, cooking, bowling, seafood, and watching her soap operas. Linda was also a crossword puzzle extraordinaire! Often with pen in hand filling out the newspaper’s crossword puzzles with ease and no cross-outs! Linda also enjoyed vacationing and traveling with family and friends. Family and friends were Linda’s passion. Known for her strength and courage, Linda had strong faith in God in overcoming most, if not all obstacles during her lifetime. Linda was short in stature yet was a giant in the love she had and shared with her family and friends.

Linda was a member of the National Church of God for over 30 years where she served faithfully until her passing.

Linda is survived by her sons, Allen Terrence Hall and William Edison Hall; grandchildren Juanita Wilson and William Hall; great grandson Javion Holmes; sisters Emily Bowers, Brenda Bowers, Jan Bowers and Valerie Atkins; sisters-in-law the late Valerie Spriggs, Sandra Jones, Gail Brooks, Brenda Randall, Patricia Hall, Pamela Hall, and Rhonda Hall; a brother-in-law Kirth Atkins; loving nieces, nephews, an aunt, many cousins, godchildren (Justine and Phillip), and a host of loving friends. Linda was preceded in death by her husband, parents, and loving stepfather William Edison Bowers.

The family would like to express their deep appreciation and sincere thanks for all your prayers, your tireless support, and kindness shown to Linda during her illness. We would also like to thank Linda’s “sister” Florestine (Tine) Graham, Amanda (Mandy) Beck, Antoinette Wilson, and the entire Hall family.

A beautiful spirit has gone home. Remember Linda always with love in your heart, laughter in your spirit, and think of the good times we shared with her during her short time on this earth.