Jill Bell Hall passed away January 24, 2022, peacefully at her home in her sleep, into the hands of her God.
Jill was born to Marvin and Pat Bell, on August 14, 1959, in Valparaiso Indiana. She was a 1978 graduate of Valparaiso High School and a graduate of Indiana State University. Jill was born into a Christian home and was raised in the Baptist faith. She had a strong loving relationship with God.
While in high school Jill enjoyed a summer as an exchange student in The Netherlands. Jill’s job as a regional manager for Carter’s Children Clothing eventually brought her to Kennesaw, Georgia. There she met the love of her life Thomas (Tom) Hall. Jill and Tom were married March 23, 1991, in the First Baptist Church, Marietta, Georgia.
Jill as a regional manager had the opportunity to visit numerous cities and towns across the United States. During her travels Jill developed a strong sense of the social injustices throughout the country and having a strong opinion about what she had observed didn’t mind sharing it with you. She and Tom loved travelling and shared many beautiful, wonderful days on their adventures together. Jill was an avid seamstress and became an arduous quilter, crafting beautiful pieces. She donated quilts and clothing to hospitals, senior citizen centers, and local charity organizations. Jill was a kind, giving person, volunteering many hours to help the less-fortunate people in her community. She was also a superb cook preparing many festive meals for her family.
Jill will be mourned by Tom, her parents, Pat and Mavin Bell, Canton, Georgia, her brother Keith Bell (Jill), Benton, KY, nephew Michael Bell (Emily), great-nieces Callie and Palmer, Sandy, Utah, and numerous other in-laws, and nieces and nephews.
A celebration of Jill’s life will (was) be held on January 29, 1:00 p.m., at Hopewell Baptist Church, Canton, Georgia.
The family asks that in lieu of flowers and as a gesture of kindness that memorial donations be made to the charity, TurningPoint Breast Cancer Rehabilitation, https://myturningpoint.org/make-a-donation.