ForeverMissed
A Celebration of Life of
Travis Eugene Hall Jr
May 23rd, 1960 - November 7th, 2019 


Service: Monday, November 11th, 2019 - 10:00 am Visitation / 11:00 am Service
Green Pond Church of God
20360 Eastern Valley Road, West Blocton, AL, 35184 
Pastor Brother Bill Noe, Officiating 


Obituary

Travis Eugene Hall Jr, 59, was born on May 23rd, 1960 to Violet Jeannette Hyde Green and Travis Eugene Hall Sr. 

Travis ‘Gene’ was a devout Christian, a Jack of All Trades, a Master Adviser, and an all around fun-loving guy. He was known for having a jolly disposition and a smile that could light up a room. Gene started his adulthood by serving his country in the U.S. Army and quickly promoted to Staff Sergeant, Spec 4. During his service he received many medals and awards such as Expert in multiple weapon platforms. His most fond memory while serving was protecting the Berlin Wall. His favorite hobbies were cheering on the Crimson Tide, fishing, traveling, playing guitar, building cars, and doting on his family. ROLL TIDE! 

He was known most for his love of driving, completing his ultimate goal of being an owner and operator and leaving his legacy of Halls Trucking Company. 

Gene went home to be with The Lord peacefully on Thursday, November 7, 2019. He is preceded in death by his parents Violet Jeannette Hyde Green and Travis Eugene Hall Sr.; and his sister Tina Lewis, who passed shortly after him. 

He leaves behind his wife-the Love of His Life, Suzette Hall; Two Daughters Magan (Alyssa) Hall and Jenn (Dewayne) Goodsen; three sons Jess Peoples, Jordan K.(Megan) Lacey and Travis Hall III; two sisters Patty (Ralph) Trent and Misty Hall; Two brothers Paul (Shelley) Green and Ricky Lewis; 9 Grandchildren, Preston and Abi Hall; Christian, Rylan, Alea and Kenslee Goodsen; Bentley and Grandbaby Lacey on the way; Dalton Hall. Gene had more family and friends than he could count and loved each one dearly; All held a special place in his heart. 

Gene will continue living through his legacy and all who were fortunate enough to know him.


Professional services provided by W. E. Lusain Funeral Home and Crematory, Birmingham, AL. 










Posted by Teresa Kimes on December 12, 2019
Travis, I will never forget the first time we met. Mitch and like 4 others of ya Company. Partied for 5 days with little of sleep. The night I went out my room to get Mitch and I more beer, lord and behold you was in the hallway with this girl Chris.lol.. Ya was proud to be in the 101st Airborne. So many memories, the day You and Darlene got married. We was laughing so hard ,I had to leave. Every Thanksgiving I think about cooking the turkey. We was looking for the surprises in side the turkey. Well I never took anything out. My cooking sucked. Love ya

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Posted by Teresa Kimes on December 12, 2019
Travis, I will never forget the first time we met. Mitch and like 4 others of ya Company. Partied for 5 days with little of sleep. The night I went out my room to get Mitch and I more beer, lord and behold you was in the hallway with this girl Chris.lol.. Ya was proud to be in the 101st Airborne. So many memories, the day You and Darlene got married. We was laughing so hard ,I had to leave. Every Thanksgiving I think about cooking the turkey. We was looking for the surprises in side the turkey. Well I never took anything out. My cooking sucked. Love ya
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