Lila Mae Hall, a beloved member of the Jackson, TN community, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, February 7, 2024, at Bells Nursing Home and Rehabilitation. She was surrounded by the love of her family, with her granddaughter by her side. Lila was born on Thursday, November 3, 1932, in Uptonville, TN, the daughter of the late William Luther and Mossie Bell Robinson.
Lila’s life journey was marked by an unwavering commitment to her career in healthcare. She dedicated five decades of her life to serving others as a Medical Technologist and Lab Supervisor at the Jackson Clinic. Lila’s exceptional skills and dedication were recognized throughout her long tenure, making her an invaluable asset.
Salutatorian of J.B. Young High School’s Class of 1950, Lila embodied academic excellence from an early age. Her thirst for knowledge and pursuit of excellence were evident in both her personal and professional pursuits. Lila’s educational accomplishments set the foundation for her successful career.
In addition to her outstanding professional achievements, Lila will be remembered for her caring nature and deep love for her family. With compassion as one of her defining qualities, she touched the lives of countless patients throughout her career. Lila’s warmth and kindness extended beyond the workplace to include everyone she encountered in life.
When not immersed in her work or spending time with loved ones, Lila found solace and joy in two passions: playing Bluegrass music and showing horses. As an musician, she shared her talent with others through live performances that brought happiness to many. Her love for horses took her on exhilarating adventures as she showcased their beauty in various competitions. She was a member of Englewood Baptist Church.
Lila’s memory will forever be cherished by those who survive her. Other than her parents, she is preceded in death by her loving husband Albert N. Hall Jr. and her brother Ray Taylor.
Lila’s legacy lives on through her children, Russell Hall (Cindy) of Bemis, TN and Connie Perkins (Stan) of Jackson, TN, who will forever hold her close in their hearts. Her granddaughters, Lesleigh Woodward, Britni Hall, and Haley Hall, were a source of immense pride and joy for Lila. She treasured the precious moments she spent with them. Lila’s great-grandchildren, Aniston Cahill and Chesni Hall, brought an added spark of happiness to her life.
SERVICES: Graveside services will be held Tuesday, February 13, 2024 at 2:00PM at Ridgecrest Cemetery with Garry Miller officiating.
Lila Mae Hall leaves behind a trail of beautiful memories that will be treasured by all who were fortunate enough to know her. She will forever be remembered for her unwavering dedication to medicine, compassionate nature, and deep love for family.
Arrington Funeral Directors, 148 W. University Parkway, Jackson, TN 38305