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Eunice Jean (Davis) Hall
November 13, 1932 ~ October 10, 2023 (age 90) 90 Years Old
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Eunice Jean Davis Hall was born November 13, 1932, to the late Homer and Ada Martin Davis in Lonoke, Arkansas. She grew in the Christian faith at St. Paul Baptist Church., Lonoke. She later united with Miles Memorial C.M.E. Church, Little Rock, Arkansas where she remained until her health failed. Due to health problems on October 19, 2015, Eunice was placed in Lonoke Health and Rehab Center.
On June 7, 1959, she was united in Holy Matrimony to William M. Hall; to this union one child, William G. Hall, was born.
Eunice attended George Washington Carver High School, Lonoke in the early 30’s-40’s. When she completed 8th grade there was no public high school for African Americans in Lonoke. She was sent to Arkansas Baptist High School and College in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Her parents paid trailway bus fare, city transportation fees, tuition, and extra tuition for piano lessons for the duration of her high school and junior college careers. Eunice graduated from high school at the age of fifteen.
Eunice completed her courses at (ABC) Arkansas Baptist College it was only accredited for junior college. Therefore, transferring to (AM&N) which later became (UAPB) University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. After successfully completing UAPB Eunice went on to Atlanta University where she obtained a master’s degree in library science. Eunice spent years educating and teaching students.
She was named delegate to the library conference July 9-13, 1991. Eunice was one of eighty delegates and twenty alternates who represented Arkansas citizens, government officials, library trustees, and libraries who attended the conference.
After fifty years of dedicated service to students & staff at Carver and Lonoke Schools Eunice retired from Lonoke High School; leaving a legacy for librarians, teachers, and administration to follow.
She received many rewards, medals, and certificates. “Now he who plants and he who waters are one, and each one will receive his own labor.” I Cor. 3:8
Eunice’s work was completed on earth Tuesday, October 10, 2023. She was united with her mother Ada, father Homer, husband William M., son William G., and sister Deanna. Left to cherish her memory is her niece Stacey D. Davis, a host of other relatives and friends.