Ruzy Hall

The Angelic Hosts came for Minister Ruzy Hall, 89 years old, on Sept. 17, 2017 at his residence in Mexia among loving family and devoted friends.
Viewing will be held Friday, Sept. 22 from 1-7 p.m. in Moore’s Angelic Chapel. Funeral services will be held Saturday, Sept. 23 at 11 a.m. in the First Baptist Church, 500 East Carthage Street, Mexia with the Reverend Gregory Horn officiating and Superintendent Don Manning, Eulogist. Interment will be in the Cedar Hill Cemetery, West State Hwy 84, Mexia. Moore’s Angelic Funeral Home, 406 Monroe Street, Teague is serving the Hall Family. 
Hall, the second child of Henry Hall and Lois Banks Hall, was born in Freestone County on Nov. 30, 1927. Hall grew up in Salem and Palestine communities. He accepted Christ as his personal Lord and Savior in 1954 under the minister of Elder A.L. Reaves. Hall served as the YPWW (Young People Willing Workers) president for many years at Tucker Church of God in Christ in the Tucker community.
Hall accepted a call to ministry July 1961. He laster served as assistant pastor under the leadership of Elder Reaves at Tucker COGIC.
In 1969, Minister Hall moved to Mexia where he became a member and served at Salvation Lighthouse Church COGIC under the leadership of Elder L. Cameron. He later served under the leaderships of Elder E.L. Baptist, Elder T.R. McLeymore and Supt. L.J. manning. Hall continued his membership at Salvation Lighthouse under the leadership of Pastor Don Manning until his death.
Hall was a WWII veteran and was active in the Mexia community.
Minister Hall is preceded in death by his mother Lois Banks Hall; father Henry Hall; sisters: Victoria Majors and Daisy Micheaux; brother Willie Fred Johnson; and daughter Bernice Darden.
He is survived by sisters: Culetta (husband Lonnie) Micheaux, Dossie Jackson, Gloria Jackson; brother W.J. Johnson; sons: Cecil (wife Dorothy) Hall, Jerry (Carolyn) Hall, Terry Hall, Claudell (Venoya) Hall and Ruzy Hall, Jr.; daughter Regina (Jerry) Noble; host of grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.
Visit to sign the guest book and light a candle.