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In Memory of

Perrin Thompson Hall

December 25, 1989 - Unknown

Obituary


HALL, Perrin Thompson, 26, went to be with her Lord on Friday, November 25, 2016, after a six-and-a-half-year battle with kidney cancer. No words can really describe what she meant to so many, but her infectious smile, gentle spirit, unwavering faith, and constant concern for others affected everyone with whom she came in contact. Her husband, Joseph, loved her with a purity and passion rarely seen. Her brothers, Chris and Alex, and parents, Tommy and Weezie, adored her with all their hearts. Perrin left a heavenly impression on everyone she met. She lived her senior...

HALL, Perrin Thompson, 26, went to be with her Lord on Friday, November 25, 2016, after a six-and-a-half-year battle with kidney cancer. No words can really describe what she meant to so many, but her infectious smile, gentle spirit, unwavering faith, and constant concern for others affected everyone with whom she came in contact. Her husband, Joseph, loved her with a purity and passion rarely seen. Her brothers, Chris and Alex, and parents, Tommy and Weezie, adored her with all their hearts. Perrin left a heavenly impression on everyone she met. She lived her senior quote from Les Miserables, "To love another person, is to see the face of God." Appropriately, Perrin was born on Christmas Day, 1989. She graduated from Collegiate School in 2008. She was diagnosed as a sophomore at Furman College and pressed on to graduate in 2013. At Furman, while battling cancer, she met Joseph Hall, and they immediately fell deeply in love. They were married on September 22, 2013. In their three years of marriage they experienced more joy and love in the midst of the worst of battles than most people experience in a lifetime. Perrin leaves behind her husband, Joseph Curtis Hall; her grandparents, Stella and Wardy Thompson and Louise and Jeff Mann; her parents, Tommy and Weezie Thompson; her brothers, Chris and Alex Thompson; her aunts and uncles, Elizabeth Childrey (Bill), Mike Thompson (Christy), Litt Thompson (Kath), Suzie Cowan (Andy), Boo Winsett (Pat) and Jeff Mann Jr. (Molly). She adored her many cousins. Her in-laws, Jack and Cathy Hall; and sister-in-law, Alice Hal,l loved her as their own. A memorial celebration in her honor and to the glory of God will be held on Wednesday, November 30, at 12 p.m., at Hope Church, 12445 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va. 23238. Bright, colorful attire is welcome. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her honor to Hope Church Children and Youth Ministry, or to Vertical Church, 12680 Broad Street Rd., Richmond, Va. 23233, where they attended during their time back in Richmond.