Rev.. Clement Maurice Hall

October 18, 1948 - July 05, 2015

Rev.. Clement Maurice Hall

October 18, 1948 - July 05, 2015


After 66 years,”The Morning Dove”came Sunday to visit Clement M. Hall at Hillcrest Medical Center, and he laid his burdens down at the feet of the Almighty Christ.

Reflections Of Life…

Celebrate My Life.. .
Rev. Clement Maurice Hall

Sunrise: October 18, 1948
Sunset: July 5, 2015

The Service
Saturday, July 18, 2015 – 3PM
New Jerusalem Baptist Church
3427 North Birmingham Ave.
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Reverend Vernell Bell – Officiating
Shiloh Baptist Church – Tulsa, Oklahoma

Clement Maurice Hall was born to Violee and Clemon Hall on October 18, 1948.

He attended Booker T. Washington High School and graduated with the Class of 1967.

Clement loved the Lord, and his family. Later in life he accepted his call to the ministry and became an Associate Minister at the Shiloh Baptist Church. He was a loving and giving person. Clem helped as many people as he could spiritually and legally. He was always willing to lend a loving listening ear. Clem had a great love animals.

“Clem” was preceded to Heaven Gates by his parents, Clemon and Violee Hall; one sister, Clarice M. Hall; dearly beloved friend, Shirley Bagby and his Beloved Angelic Barnett.

He leaves to cherish his memory; two daughters Dana Hall- Whiteside and Vera Elaine Hall both of Tulsa, OK; five grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; three brothers, Cordell, Michael, Walter Hall and William Grubb; a sister, Gwendolyn Woodfork and stepsisters, Gale Harbin and Clara Holwell a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

“Until Then take your rest Rev”.
When caring truly matters, Dyer cares.”

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8 responses to Rev.. Clement Maurice Hall

  1. Clement Was A Good Friend. Rest With The Heavenly Father. Your Work Was Not Done In Vain.

  2. Family, May God’S Comfort And Blessings Be With You Now And Always. Earth Has No Sorrow That Heaven Cannot Heal. With Sympathy, Rochelle Burr-Thompson, Tyron Burr & Family

  3. Was Just Beginning To Reconnect With Clement. We Were Old Neighborhood Friends From Greenwood & Jasper Streets. So Sad To Hear Of His Going Home. Praying For Comfort For His Family And Peace That Only God Can Supply. R.I.P. My Friend.

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