Quitman Whitfield Hall

Waldo, FL – Quitman Whitfield Hall died Thursday November 22, 2018 at his residence after an extended illness. He was 91.
Mr. Hall was a lifelong resident of Waldo FL. He served in the U.S. Coast Guard.
He worked for Tom’s Peanut company for 34 years and was a security guard in Hague and he worked and retired from Tacachale. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather. He loved to fish, hunt, garden and the gators.
He was preceded in death by his father Arthur Oscar Hall, mother Gertrude E. Hall, brothers Earl Hall, James Hall, Charles J. Hall and two great grandchildren Lance and Landon.
Survivors include his wife Allie Mae Hall of 71 years, daughters Linda Vlacos (Jerry), Virginia Hunter (James), son Charles Hall (Rebecca)
Five grandchildren – Travis Hunter, Alicia Vlacos, Kimberly Eliazer, Jaclyn Crawford and Amber Schissler
Thirteen great grandchildren – Skylar Fowler, Jessie Fowler – Gray, Jared Ashten Crawford, Jaden Crawford, Senae Crawford, Ethan Grady, Allie Grady, Jacob Grady, Ella Grady, Peter Eliazer, Savannah Schissler, Hunter Schissler, and Ashton Schissler.
Two great-great grandchildren – Jared Ashten Crawford Jr. and Nevaeh Fowler.
The viewing will be held on Tuesday the 27th from 5 and 7pm at Milam Funeral home.
Funeral services will be held on Wednesday November 28th at 10am at the Waldo Baptist Church. The burial will be at Forest Meadows Cemetery on Hawthorne Rd. in Gainesville, FL.
Following the burial, family and friends are welcome to come to a gathering at the Hall residence at 13301 NE 140th Avenue in Waldo for refreshments.

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