Beverly Jayne Hall, 58, of Biscoe left this earth on Wednesday, February 19, 2014. There was a happy meeting in heaven as she was reunited with her daddy, Jewell P. Hall, Sr.; her sister, Sherrilynn Willeford; her nephew, Aaron Hall; and her grandparents, among others.
She is survived by three sons, Kyle (Courtney) Hall of Biscoe, Dylan (Meagan) Tipton of Cabot and Beau Tipton of Manila; four grandsons, Cody Hall, Gabe and Levi Tipton, and Kaiden Tipton; her very best friend, Marty Williams of Biscoe; her mother, Daisy Hall of Biscoe; brother, Paul (Donna)Hall of Wynne; three sisters, Gloria (Henry)Strohl and Sonja (Vernon) Owens of DeValls Bluff and Brenda (Charles) Simpson of Biscoe; plus a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, cousins and friends.
Beverly was born December 6, 1955 at Des Arc, the fourth child of Jewell and Daisy Hall. Beverly was a member of Biscoe FirstBaptist Church. She was a graduate of DeValls Bluff High School and attended Arkansas State University at Beebe. She was proud of her service with the Hazen Unit of the Arkansas National Guard. She was a refinery operator with Riceland Foods at Stuttgart.
Growing up on the farm, Beverly was a true “daddy’s girl” and was always eager to help him. She loved to dance and participated in several competitions while in high school. Beverly loved sports and enjoyed watching her grandsons play ball. Beverly loved being outside and was meticulous about her flowers and yard. She and Marty spent a lot of time traveling, going on cruises and walking. They could be seen walking Highway 70 nearly every day until this past year. Beverly’s favorite place to go was the beach – any beach. She had an outgoing personality and perpetual smile that was her hallmark. She looked forward to Friday nights when she, her mother, her sisters and nieces had a standing date for a Girls’ Night Out.
Beverly was diagnosed with lung cancer July 8, 2013, and fought valiantly to overcome this disease. The family appreciates Dr. Kewen Jauss and the North Little Rock Oncology staff, Baptist Hospice, CARTI, Pam Tipton and Freida Isbell for their excellent care. Also, Beverly’s family will be forever grateful to Marty Williams for her unselfish devotion to Beverly, especially during this battle with cancer.
Beverly was a loving, feisty, fun-loving, energetic person who will live forever in our hearts until we are reunited with her in heaven.
Memorial Service will be held Saturday, February 22, at 11:00 a.m., First Baptist Church in Biscoe. Visitation will be Friday night at Westbrook Funeral Home in Hazen. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be submitted to Biscoe Fire Department, Hazen Cemetery Association or C.A.R.T.I.