ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Joan Hall-Gray, 68 years old, born on October 3, 1952, and passed away on March 16, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Erika Harvey on April 4, 2021
My dear friend you will truly be missed, the last time I seen you we were working at Macy's together and making plans to go out of town and visit one of our other friends. Rest well and I will always remember all of the good times we shared.
Posted by Carmen Hall on April 3, 2021
The last time I saw Cousin Joan was at my wedding in New York in 2019. I was extremely excited that she was able to join us as we celebrated our union. Cousin Joan was a classy lady that I admired. When I was growing up in Detroit, I remember her always having it together. We will hold on to the memories that left us with Cousin as you rest in the arms of our savior. To all of my family, may God continue to strengthen you as we celebrate her life today.
Posted by Synergy LLC on April 3, 2021
Your wings were ready my heart was not. I love you Momma Joan for an eternity. Love Your Daughter
Posted by Paula Harris on April 2, 2021
I'm speechless. I wasn't expecting this!! You were my big sister. I could call you and talk to you about anything!! I know you are in heaven looking down. I love you. But God loved you more! Your heart was good as gold! Jason and Ronnie if you need anything. Please do not hesitate to call. Praying for your family! Rest easy until we meet again my sister!
Posted by Stacey White on March 26, 2021
Sending thoughts and prayers to the family. This one hit hard. You will be truly missed. You were like a second mom to me. You always greeted me with a smile and hug. Rest in peace my sista!!
Posted by Michelle Nelson on March 26, 2021
To Laceita and John Walker and your family. We send our condolences to you. May your sisters love, light, peace and fond memories strengthen you during this process and many years to come. Love, Michellen and Walt Nelson
Posted by Faye Mccarrel on March 25, 2021
Just heard about my sister Joan so sorry for your loss, but remember God said to be absent from the body is to be present with God. I work with Joan for many years for Huntington National Bank we are so saddened to hear of passing Joan will be missed. May God continue to bless and keep your family in this time of sorry
Posted by Joy Taylor on March 25, 2021
To Laceita and John Walker and your family. We send you our condolences and love. May your memories of your sister bring you joy in the days ahead. We are praying and will continue to pray that you be comforted and that you have peace today and the days ahead.

Raynard and Joy Taylor
Posted by Joanne Jeffers on March 24, 2021
I am so sorry about your loss Ronnie and Jason. I also have lost a dear friend and my sister girl Joanie. I had the opportunity to speak to Joanie on March the 12th, so glad she picked up the phone and I not knowing it would be farewell. Farewell my friend and rest in peace. May God grant you both peace in this time of grief. She will be sorely missed. Love and best wishes.
Posted by Dantrea Hampton on March 24, 2021
Andre,
May the Lord bless and keep you and your family at this time. She has left your family much to soon, but bask in the fact that she is in her heavenly home without fear or pain.

God’s speed,

Dan
Posted by Sonya Stevens on March 24, 2021
I am just hearing about this and it hurts my soul. She was an amazing person and sweet soul to Me.
We had shopping sprees and drinking was our past time. I will forever keep her close to my ❤.
Missing You Always
Posted by Dr. Andre Hall on March 23, 2021
My aunt's most well-known characteristics were selflessness, thoughtfulness, and seriousness. Although she had a keen sense of humor, she took life very seriously and made goals in which she always intended to meet. As she was a lover of Casinos all over the world, she believed that everything's a gamble, but love was most of all! Losing an aunt is like losing a mother. As long as I have the breath to speak your name, I will love you. Continue to watch over our family and rest up. You will be missed and forever cherished. -Dance amongst the clouds as you would on the dance floor.
Posted by Family of Joan P. Hall-Gr... on March 23, 2021
Sister, You will be missed. I love you. You’re in our Creator’s hands. See you in the new world to come. 

Love, Your Sister Vanessa♥️
Posted by Welia Dawson on March 23, 2021
To Lacetia and family, I extend my most sincere and heartfelt condolences. I pray God grants you comfort in this time of great loss. Although you were not ready to say goodbye, please be assured that precious and priceless memories are timeless - Hold on to yours!

With love,
Vanessa Dawson
Posted by Lavisha Hall on March 23, 2021
To Ronnie and Jason. May God comfort you and bring you healing for the pain of losing your loving mom Joan. Please accept my heartfelt condolences. May God comfort you both and hold you both in His arms as you go through this sorrowful time. ...I pray that God will comfort your hearts and fill your souls with love and peace. May Joanie Rest In Peace. ❤️

Sincerely,
Posted by Michelle Taylor on March 22, 2021
To The Family of Joan Paulette Hal-Gray. I’m so sorry for your loss ,May you find comfort in knowing that death was not God’s original purpose for us.Never forget the promise Jesus Christ made at John 11:11 to awake all those sleeping in death , Jesus could rightfully make that promise because he knew he had the power to resurrect the dead.What a time to look forward to!!! Job 14:14,15 ask if a man dies can he live again.( Remember the promise)
Love The Taylor Family
Posted by Cynthia Hall on March 22, 2021
Joan I'm so sorry we never got a chance to spend time together. Life happened and we went our separate ways. But I always admired you and loved you dearly. When I think of our youth on Springle Street I have fond memories of you. Looking forward to seeing you again on our next journey. You will always be loved and never forgotten.
Posted by Deborah Harris on March 21, 2021
To Jason and Ronnie may the good Lord comfort you during this time of great lost your Mom she is in God loving arms of her Jesus peace to you all my love. Aunt Deborah Harris.
Posted by Deborah Harris on March 21, 2021
Sisters are always ready to love, comfort, and defend you. They are lifelong friends you can count on until the end. In fact, the only force powerful enough to cut short the friendship between a sister and her siblings is death. The loss of such a special relative can be particularly painful, but holding dear all of the precious memories you shared will help you to cope.

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Posted by Erika Harvey on April 4, 2021
My dear friend you will truly be missed, the last time I seen you we were working at Macy's together and making plans to go out of town and visit one of our other friends. Rest well and I will always remember all of the good times we shared.
Posted by Carmen Hall on April 3, 2021
The last time I saw Cousin Joan was at my wedding in New York in 2019. I was extremely excited that she was able to join us as we celebrated our union. Cousin Joan was a classy lady that I admired. When I was growing up in Detroit, I remember her always having it together. We will hold on to the memories that left us with Cousin as you rest in the arms of our savior. To all of my family, may God continue to strengthen you as we celebrate her life today.
Posted by Synergy LLC on April 3, 2021
Your wings were ready my heart was not. I love you Momma Joan for an eternity. Love Your Daughter
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Shared by Cathy Wright on March 28, 2021
❤I've shared life & love with this family for 55yrs. A pleasant smile & conversation from Joanie was the norm. One of my Springle Big Sisters!!  Rest Sis!! Joanie will be missed and forever loved❤
Shared by Be Parker on March 24, 2021
Mrs. Joan was such a sweet lady and would become like a second mom to those who became close to her! She will forever be miss! My condolences to the family