Mike Andrews posted on March 13, 2019
To: The Hall family Thank you for sharing Ernest with us all. He was a very good man many respected and welcomed his friendship.I send my condolences to each of you. May God's Angels surround you with peace and comfort. With Respect!

Beverly Bigley posted on March 12, 2019
Pam, Pat and extended family of Ernest, I am so sorry to hear of his passing. Being the eldest grandchild on his former wife's side of the family, I can relate and remember my Uncle Ernest all the way back to when he was in service. He was always a gentle soul and loved his family with all his heart. I pray the Lord be with you all during this time of loss and sadness. May he wrap his arms around each of you and give you comfort and support. We will all be with him again one day.......

Pamela H Hardiman posted on March 11, 2019
Sam and Family our sincere condolences to you all. Prayers to all. Terry an Pam Hardiman

Johnnie & Diane Moore posted on March 11, 2019
Sam, Anna & Tammy...Thinking of you during this time....will keep your family in our prayers.

Gale & Gary Moore posted on March 11, 2019
Anna, you're in our thoughts & Prayers. Love you sweet one!!

Bernard and Ginella Mitchell posted on March 10, 2019
Praying for the family!

Frank and Diane Hall posted on March 10, 2019
Dear Sam and Family, I hope you will not take any offense, but I see the shadow of the Halls in Fuzzy's face so clearly. My Father, Bill Hall, was Fuzzy's 2nd cousin. Daddy spoke of Fuzzy quite often with great respect, Fuzzy made a career out of the service and daddy spent 4 years in during WWII. I'm sure there are some more distant cousins out there but the main line is now fading quickly. Its hard to believe that this clan started out so many years ago in Oak Grove. The home place was was on the hill just above the Grove Cafe. The early family grave yard is land locked now, but not far from home place. My grandfather on the Hall side, and Fuzzy's grandfather were 2, of 15 children born of one woman with one father,. What a legacy and a history. I will always appreciate how much help Fuzzy was when daddy passed away. He was working at Hudson Funeral Home at the time and he was very supportive. Our condolences and love to all of you.....May the peace that passes all understanding be yours in the days ahead.

Rejeanna Gwynn posted on March 10, 2019
Anna my thoughts and prayers are with you and all your family.

Cindy Fortescue posted on March 10, 2019
Grandpa you will sadly be missed but never forgotten I’ll see you on the other side so until we meet again fly high sweet angel love you always and forever love your granddaughter ;;Cindy Fortescue!!

Russell & Helen Crabtree posted on March 10, 2019
Sorry for your loss. May God comfort you during your time of grief.

Teresa Browning posted on March 10, 2019
Heaven gained a sweet angel. Mr Ernest was one of the kindest men I ever met . May God be with y all during this time .

Wayne Mincey posted on March 9, 2019
It was so sad to hear about Ernest.I always looked forward to his trips to the shop.I will miss the conversations we had and hearing about some of his experiences in life. Ernest was a great guy and I will miss him alot. Hyde Park Barber Shop

Miranda Horne posted on March 9, 2019
So sorry for ya’lls loss just know I love y’all and the family will be in my prayers.

Sharon Lovelace posted on March 9, 2019
Anna so sorry for your loss.Prayers for you and family

Kenny and Debbie Ashley posted on March 8, 2019
We want to say how sorry we were to here about Ernest and he is really going to be missed down here but heaven has gained another saint! He is walking on streets of gold and most of all he is getting to see Jesus the one who died for him! I am sure he is praising The Lord and no more pain for Ernest!