Originally created 11/23/05

Geneva Parks Hall (AUGUSTA, Ga.)



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AUGUSTA, Ga. - Geneva Parks Hall entered into rest Monday, November 21, 2005 at University Hospital. Funeral Services will be held at 3:00 PM on Friday, November 25, 2005 at the Crawford Avenue Chapel with Ted Stevens officiating. Burial will follow in Westover Memorial Park. Geneva Parks Hall was born in Augusta, Georgia on April 1, 1921. She was a talented artist, a cherished friend, and a successful small business owner. She was a beautician for over 50 years in Augusta, many of those years spent as the owner of the Summerville Shop. Geneva loved and was beloved by her many customers and friends, many of whom have also passed on. Geneva was a child of God whose faith and love of Christ were obvious to all who knew her. She was a member of Crawford Avenue Baptist Church and attended Bethany Chapel for many years, where she played the piano for Sunday School. Throughout the many storms of life, Geneva was always there to comfort and act as a peacemaker toher friends and family. Geneva's faith in the Lord was a source of comfort to Geneva and He blessed her by taking her peacefully in her sleep surrounded by her family. Geneva was preceded in death by her brother, John Marion Hall, her mother, Martha Parks Hall and her father, John Edward Hall. She is survived by two sisters, Margaret Hall D'Aulisa (Anthony) of Roswell, GA and Eleanor Hall Cave (Bertram) of Augusta, as well as four nieces, Cecile Cave Fehsenfeld (William), of E. Grand Rapids, MI; Maurine Cave Arrondo (Osmondo) of Najera, Spain; Laura Cave of Augusta, and her namesake, Geneva D'Aulisa of Roswell; one nephew, John Hall of N.C.; three great nieces, Clare, Anna and Kaaren Fehsenfeld and a great nephew, John Arrondo-Cave. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Wednesday, November 23, 2005 from 6:00 until 8:00 PM. Platt's Funeral Home - 721 Crawford Avenue - Augusta, Georgia 30904 - (706) 733-3636 Sign the guestbook at AugustaChronicle.com

The Augusta Chronicle November 23, 2005