ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Loretta Hall, 67 years old, born on November 19, 1954, and passed away on September 14, 2022. We will remember her forever.

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Posted by Veronica Saunders on September 17, 2022
I used to spend summers in Ohio bouncing around from my grandparents house, to various aunts and uncles. Usually I spent quite a bit if time at Loretta's because I enjoyed hanging out with Jeremy and Jason. Loretta would take us to the park, or play games with us. They always had a ton of board games! Loretta and Bart were like a second set of parents. If the boys got something, so did I. If we got in trouble, I got in trouble too. But one of my favorite things about all that time, if I really needed to talk about something that I didn't want to talk to my parents about, I could talk to Aunt Red. She would be honest with her advice, free with her wisdom, and always understanding. Even years and years later, when I was grown and had kids of my own, I could always call her and talk to her about anything and everything. She would be honest with me. If I was making the wrong choices, she would let me know right off, and no sugar coating! But there were times I felt like just giving up and quitting; and she would tell me to pull my big girl panties up, stop being a fool, and fight! Quitting was not an option with her at all. Even if we didn't talk for months or even a year, I could call her up and it would be like we had never lost touch. Loretta was a truly cool individual to know, and I count myself blessed to be her niece. ❤
Posted by Annie Gerstner on September 16, 2022
I haven't seen Loretta in many years but remember her very much. I use to live in the apartment above her and the family. We had some good times back then. I wish I lived back in Ohio so I could have visited her. She was a caring person and helped me out a few times. She will be missed very much by her family and sisters, brothers, cousins and more.
Rest In Peace my dear cousin.
Posted by Lisa Fogle on September 16, 2022
Loretta “Red” Jane Hall (Cranfill), age 67, passed away peacefully at Hospice of Hamilton on Wednesday, September 14, 2022.

She was born on November 19, 1954 to Andrew and Rosemary Cranfill in Cincinnati, Ohio. She grew up on a family farm in Bethel, Ohio surrounded by her 8 siblings.

She was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and aunt to many. She enjoyed spending time with her loved ones, playing card games and Yahtzee, and caring for her dogs.

Loretta is survived by her sons, Jeremy (Lisa) and Jason Fogle; her grandchildren, Katie, Molly, Brandon, Jack, and Lauren Fogle; her great-granddaughter, Dahlia Fogle; her siblings, Dave (Martha) Cranfill, Sue (John) Mattes, Ron (Sophie) Cranfill, Larry Cranfill, Becky Cranfill, Andy (Anita) Cranfill, and Robin (Greg) Woodward; and many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Bart Hall; her daughter, Jessica Ann Fogle; and her sister, Linda Caudill.

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Posted by Veronica Saunders on September 17, 2022
I used to spend summers in Ohio bouncing around from my grandparents house, to various aunts and uncles. Usually I spent quite a bit if time at Loretta's because I enjoyed hanging out with Jeremy and Jason. Loretta would take us to the park, or play games with us. They always had a ton of board games! Loretta and Bart were like a second set of parents. If the boys got something, so did I. If we got in trouble, I got in trouble too. But one of my favorite things about all that time, if I really needed to talk about something that I didn't want to talk to my parents about, I could talk to Aunt Red. She would be honest with her advice, free with her wisdom, and always understanding. Even years and years later, when I was grown and had kids of my own, I could always call her and talk to her about anything and everything. She would be honest with me. If I was making the wrong choices, she would let me know right off, and no sugar coating! But there were times I felt like just giving up and quitting; and she would tell me to pull my big girl panties up, stop being a fool, and fight! Quitting was not an option with her at all. Even if we didn't talk for months or even a year, I could call her up and it would be like we had never lost touch. Loretta was a truly cool individual to know, and I count myself blessed to be her niece. ❤
Posted by Annie Gerstner on September 16, 2022
I haven't seen Loretta in many years but remember her very much. I use to live in the apartment above her and the family. We had some good times back then. I wish I lived back in Ohio so I could have visited her. She was a caring person and helped me out a few times. She will be missed very much by her family and sisters, brothers, cousins and more.
Rest In Peace my dear cousin.
Posted by Lisa Fogle on September 16, 2022
Loretta “Red” Jane Hall (Cranfill), age 67, passed away peacefully at Hospice of Hamilton on Wednesday, September 14, 2022.

She was born on November 19, 1954 to Andrew and Rosemary Cranfill in Cincinnati, Ohio. She grew up on a family farm in Bethel, Ohio surrounded by her 8 siblings.

She was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and aunt to many. She enjoyed spending time with her loved ones, playing card games and Yahtzee, and caring for her dogs.

Loretta is survived by her sons, Jeremy (Lisa) and Jason Fogle; her grandchildren, Katie, Molly, Brandon, Jack, and Lauren Fogle; her great-granddaughter, Dahlia Fogle; her siblings, Dave (Martha) Cranfill, Sue (John) Mattes, Ron (Sophie) Cranfill, Larry Cranfill, Becky Cranfill, Andy (Anita) Cranfill, and Robin (Greg) Woodward; and many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Bart Hall; her daughter, Jessica Ann Fogle; and her sister, Linda Caudill.
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Loretta “Red” Jane Hall (Cranfill), age 67, passed away peacefully at Hospice of Hamilton on Wednesday, September 14, 2022. 
She was born on November 19, 1954 to Andrew and Rosemary Cranfill in Cincinnati, Ohio. She grew up on a family farm in Bethel, Ohio surrounded by her 8 siblings. 
She was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and aunt to many. She enjoyed spending time with her loved ones, playing card games and Yahtzee, and caring for her dogs. 
Loretta is survived by her sons, Jeremy (Lisa) and Jason Fogle; her grandchildren, Katie, Molly, Brandon, Jack, and Lauren Fogle; her great-granddaughter, Dahlia Fogle; her siblings, Dave (Martha) Cranfill, Sue (John) Mattes, Ron (Sophie) Cranfill, Larry Cranfill, Becky Cranfill, Andy (Anita) Cranfill, and Robin (Greg) Woodward; and many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Bart Hall; her daughter, Jessica Ann Fogle; and her sister, Linda Caudill.

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