KIESHA J. HALL

The Progress-Index - - OBITUARIES -

I have fought the good fight, I have fin­ished the race, and I have re­mained faith­ful. 2 Ti­mothy 4:7

Kiesha J. Hall (Tinky), 36, of Dinwiddie Va., tran­si­tioned to her heav­enly home on Oc­to­ber 9, 2017, sur­rounded by her sis­ters, Carol, Kar­leen; and her de­voted niece, Kiara at MCV Hospi­tal. Kiesha at­tended school in the Hopewell School Sys­tem. She was the youngest child born to the late Melvin H. Hall and Lil­lie B. Perry-Hall on Oc­to­ber 26, 1980. Kiesha was bap­tized in the Church of Christ and pro­claimed Je­sus as her Lord and Sav­ior.

She was pre­ceded in death by her fa­ther, Melvin H. Hall; and her lov­ing com­pan­ion Alex Ar­ring­ton.

She leaves to cher­ish her mem­o­ries a lov­ing and de­voted mother, Lil­lie B. Perry Hall, five sis­ters: Carol Perry-Square (Leo­tis), Kar­leen Kisino (Thomas), Tremika Jor­dan (New­man), Monza Rivera (Car­los), and her youngest sis­ter that she was very close to Marvelle Hall; and brother, Ron­ald Perry (Ni­cole); ded­i­cated neph­ews that grew up with her as sib­lings: Frank D. Jones III (Julie), Kavaun T. Perry (Le­naia), Do­ral O. Jones (Ash­leigh); two un­cles and three aunts: James Perry (Geral­dine), Sid­ney Hall (Louise) and Bet­tie A. Perry; ded­i­cated friends, Car­rie Goode, James Gil­crest, Don­nie Pride, Shawn Cham­pion, Misa Brown, Tazah Perry, Nikki Tay­lor, Shan­tae Wheeler, Car­rie Wheeler, Tashia Goode, and many more to many to name.

Kiesha was a no non­sense per­son. She loved her nieces and neph­ews and shared a bond that will al­ways be re­mem­bered. She loved them but had no prob­lem putting them in their place when they were wrong or prais­ing them when they did right. Je­juan, Marlo, Rose, Veron­ica, Kiara, Jeremy, Kiana, Ran­dall, Ron­nie, Sher­ena, Bri­anna, New­man Jr., Ma­teo, Alexis, Phillip, Joseph, Malichi, Jaquana, Par­adise, Christo­pher, Jay­den, Jakayla, Der­rick, Rah­mier, Chris­tian, Cameron, Gabriel, they are Kiesha’s legacy of love; also 11 great neph­ews and 9 great nieces.

Spe­cial thanks to the ICU Nurses at South­side Re­gional Med­i­cal Cen­ter, El­der Wil­liam Wil­lis, Pas­tor Vir­ginia Gra­ham, Trikia Clay­borne, and The Tri-Cities Chap­ter of Con­ti­nen­tal So­ci­eties Inc. Thanks for the out pour of love, prayers, and sup­port.

A Cel­e­bra­tion of Life will be con­ducted at 2 p.m. Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 14, 2017, at Rocky Mount Bap­tist Church with the Pas­tor, Rev. Car­los Jor­dan, of­fi­ci­at­ing. In­ter­ment to fol­low in the church ceme­tery. Public view­ing will be held Fri­day, Oc­to­ber 13, 2017, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the Peters­burg Chapel. Repast to fol­low the ser­vices on Satur­day in the Fel­low show Hall of Rocky Mount Bap­tist Church. Fu­neral ser­vices have been en­trusted to the pro­fes­sional staff of the Peters­burg Chapel of Joseph M. John­son & Son Fu­neral Home, 530 S. Sy­camore St., Peters­burg, (804) 863-4411. Fam­ily and friends may view/ sign the guest­book at www.john­son­ser­vices.us.

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