Mary Laval Davis Hall
Augusta, GA – Mrs. Mary Davis Hall 96 died peacefully on May 28, 2021 at home with her two daughters by her side. She now celebrates renewed life in Heaven with her Lord Jesus Christ. A service to remember and celebrate her life will be held at Mt. Horeb Methodist Church, Lexington, SC. at 2:00 PM on Monday, June 7, 2021.
Mary was the wife of James William Hall, Jr. (Jim) and they were married 50 years at the time of Jim’s death in 1998. Surviving Mary are her daughters, Mary Jo Koon (Homer) and Nan Shaefer; four grandsons and their wives, Jaime Goldenberg (Sandra), Grant Goldenberg (Jennifer), Davis Shaefer (Ashley) and Mark Shaefer (Alexis); and 8 great grandchildren, Levi Goldenberg, Jude Goldenberg, Anna Goldenberg, Ian Goldenberg, Katie Goldenberg, Allan Shaefer, Charlie Shaefer and Brie Shaefer; two nieces, Laura Hobbs Helms (Kim) and Carol Johnson Price; one nephew, Fred Hobbs and one cousin, Eve Pearson Marcus (Robert).
She is preceded in death by her parents, Dr. James Davis and Belle Williams Davis Ratliff, her husband of 50 years, James William Hall, Jr., her sister, Laura Hobbs, niece, Beth Hobbs, and her son-in-laws, Joel Eaves and Charlie Shaefer.
Mary was a native of Blackshear, Georgia. She attended GSCW and following her studies there moved to Atlanta where she soon became a flight attendant for Delta Airlines. While based in Miami she met the love of her life, Jim Hall. The new couple soon moved to Atlanta, Georgia where they spent most of their married life. There they raised their two daughters and built lasting friendships and relationships through their business, their churches, their volunteer organizations and their friends.. Following her husband’s death married lived in Augusta, GA and Lexington, SC. Everywhere she lived Mary made wonderful friends and became involved in activities at the church she attended. She loved life and lived every day of her 96 years with a youthful perspective. She will be missed and remembered for her kindness, her vitality and her faith. Her daughters will always be grateful that their parents took them to church where they learned about God and put their faith in Jesus Christ.