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Diane Hall

June 21, 1964     ~     December 11, 2017

Diane LaVonne Hall, 53, Park City, died Monday, December 11, 2017, at her residence. A native of Jefferson County, she was a daughter of Janet Fowler Oller Murphy and the late Marshall Oller. She was a homemaker and a member of the Caveland Church.

In addition to her mother, she is survived by her husband Mark Hall; ten children: Kassi, Kaitlyn, Marki, Megan, Chris, Daniel, Krystal, Butch, Jennifer, and Misty; one sister: Vickie Nichols and stepfather: Joe Murphy; 31 grandchildren; and 5 great-grandchildren.

In addition to her father, she was preceded in death by one son, Michael; one grandson, Hunter; and one brother, James Oller.

Funeral services will be held 1:00 p.m. Saturday at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home with burial in Heavenly Hills. Visitation will be 4 to 8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.

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Guest Register

23 Entries for Diane Hall

  1. Marki Smith says:

    I never imagined having to sign one of these for you, Momma. Truth be told, it was always my biggest fear. Losing you was never part of my plan, though, ultimately, I know it wasn’t up to me. I’m so blessed to have had you as my Mom, God knows I couldn’t have asked for a better one. You were my best friend, we told each other our secrets, laughed together, cried together, and just all around, enjoyed one another’s company. We were honestly the best of friends, in a mother and daughter relationship. Everyday I woke up, knowing if I didn’t have anything, I at least had you. I knew if I ever needed to just talk, that you were just a phone call away. I loved the relationship we shared. I looked up to you in so many ways, but especially in the way you were so compassionate and forgiving, the way you loved everyone so deeply, the way you accepted everyone with open arms. You taught me how to be the best mom I can be, and you loved Alex and Blake so much. Gosh, Momma, those two little boys loved you so much, so so so much. I miss you, Momma, with everything in me, I miss you. You may have left this earth, but you will never leave my heart. You are still my best friend, and I intend to talk to you everyday, even if I can’t hear you talk back. I miss your voice, your hugs; I miss your laugh, your beautiful smile. You were the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen, with the most beautiful soul. You’re my hero, Momma. You fought hard, and now you’re set free. Soar high above those clouds in paradise. Until were together again, Momma.

    I love you to the moon and back.

    Love Always,
    “Your Little Sunshine”
    Marki ?????

  2. Elizabeth says:

    This saddens me to have to sign this for you Mr.Diane. You were always a listening ear for me. A person I’d vent to about everything. You were the kids grandmother, a dear friend, and my mother in law. I love you and will miss you dearly.

    Love always,

  3. Elizabeth says:

    That was suppose to say Mrs.Diane

  4. Kaitlyn Elisabeth Hall says:

    I love you momma more than words can describe. I just wish you could be back home. Jack is gonna miss his ma so bad, we still don’t know how to break it to him. I’m gonna miss you so much momma

  5. Megan says:

    There is so much I want to say but I don’t know how to say it. I love you and miss you more then you’ll ever know. You were my rock my hero my everything. I love you momma. See ya later. Love always Poohie

  6. April Pack says:

    We met over 18 Yes ago and from day 1 you treated me as family. I miss our morning coffee, our wall’s and our lontalks. I don’t want to say goodbye, I can’t say goodbye. You may not be here in person but I will always carry you in a special place in my heart. I will miss you dearly and I know one day we will meet again. I love you Diane. :(

    With Love Always,
    April and family

  7. Judie lachance says:

    So sorry I didn’t get to see you again.we was friends in valley station.so glad Facebook brought us back together.so wish I knew you was sick.love you girl.untill we meet again

  8. Karen Cox says:

    We Meet 30 years ago, I am so blessed God bought you and me together .You always treated me and my kids like family,That is why it is so hard and sad for me to have to be signing this for You ,You had a big Heart ,you never treated anyone different you loved everyone the same ,You had a heart of Gold. ,You was always there for me when I needed someone to talk to no matter the time I could always trust you with my secrets. .We have laughed together and ,cryed together ,I just cant believe this is real ..I am going to miss you so much I will always carry the memories me made ,You will always have a special place in my heart . I love you dearly ,Till we see each other again Fly High My Beautiful Friend

  9. Karen Cox says:

    Sorry that should read memories we made

  10. DEBBIE Hale says:

    Diane you were a very beautiful person to have known. My heart aches for your family and the pain they are enduring right now. You are free of pain and now have a new body. Fly high with Godand the Angels. Will miss you .

  11. Kassi Diane Hall says:

    I really don’t know what to say. I didn’t know what to say when you told me about your diagnosis in August either. You and I always had our little talks. God knows I drove you a little nuts with how much I talked about every little thing I liked, but you always listened; you always said we would watch the things I talked to you for hours about someday, after your forgot everything I spoiled for you. I wish we’d had the chance to watch them. I wish we had the chance to do everything we said we would do together, but we just didn’t. We had nineteen and a half wonderful years together and–even though I wish we could have had more time–I was so, so very blessed to have you for a mother, a confidante, a teacher and a friend.
    You were the best momma I could have asked for. You never missed an opportunity to let me know that I was loved or to tell me that you were proud of me. You liked to brag on me to everyone. Even after we lost you days ago everyone that approached me in the family made sure they spoke for you, telling me about how proud I always made you–but I was only as good as you raised me to be. You may have been a little wild but I wouldn’t, and Couldn’t, ask for a better mother. Even if I did, there wouldn’t be one because you Are the best. No argument there. No matter what it takes, I’m going to keep making you proud.
    You used to tell me, “when I’m gone you’ve gotta hold down the fort and take care of your daddy and Jack and everyone who needs it,” and I promise you I’m going to be as strong as you always were and take care like you always did. Daddy wants you to know that he loves you. And, God, does he miss you–but I’m sure you already know that.. He really, really wants you to know that you are still his best friend and the love of his life. You gave him thirty of the best years. Together you were the best parents imaginable.
    I remember right after we moved to Park City, you and daddy would wait for me to get off the bus on the front porch swing and we’d all sit out there and have cup of coffee and talk. You and daddy were my only friend’s here for so long and you never made me feel lonely when I came home. You were always there for me like that and I know you still will be, even if I can’t see you.
    You were so good. Everyone who met you would say that. You had a personality that was too big for this Earth and everyone you met loved you for that. Our family was so big because you loved each and every person you knew with that big heart of yours. It didn’t matter who we had over, you wanted them to know that they were always welcome. This site’s a little inaccurate, because you never really cared too much about blood–you made everyone around you your family whether they liked it or not (but with your cooking, they usually Loved it).
    I could go on and on about all the ways we were blessed to have you, I really could. You were so good that even all I’ve said doesn’t do you justice. So I’ll just say that being your namesake is a gift and a blessing.
    I’ll love you forever and always, my sweet momma.
    Thank you for everything,
    Your Baby

  12. Kayli Thompson says:

    Hi Mamaw,
    I never really imagined this would happen, so I’m not too sure what to say or even how.
    When I got the phone call, my heart sunk into my belly button… I knew it was coming, but I didn’t want to believe it was true… Seeing the arrangements today, really hit me. You’re gone and there’s no getting you back. That’s the hardest part… Even though after seeing Heaven, I’m sure you don’t want to come back. I bet it’s amazing up there.
    You were one of the most amazing women I know, and that will never change. You were beautiful and had such a big heart. I don’t think you would have turned anyone away. Everyone turned into family, even if you’d just met them. You took so much pride in your family; you were so proud of all of your children in one way or another. The same with all of us grandchildren. But I will NEVER forget the pride in your eyes when you met your first “Great Grand Boy” for the first time. I’m so glad that my boys got to meet their great grandma, even if just for a short time, they will always know how loved they were by you. & I will tell them all of our stories and memories.
    I’m going to miss all of our late night talks when we couldn’t sleep or I needed advice or we just wanted to catch up some and see how everyone was doing. There isn’t anyone in the world who I can talk to like I talked to you… So, I’ll still stop you from time to time, just to talk.
    I finally told Brentlee that Jesus needed you so you weren’t so sick anymore. He wanted me to tell you that Frosty is his favorite Christmas movie and that he wants you to watch it, too.
    We will all miss you so much, every day. I can only hope that I can keep all of your words with me & be half the woman, mother and grandmother that you were. Though our time was too short, I am so blessed to say that you are my beautiful and amazing Mamaw. & that, you will always be. I hope its beautiful where you are, I’ll see you again someday!
    I love you bunches!
    - Your Grand Girl

  13. Misty Jackopich says:

    I love you momma. I’m so sorry we didn’t have more time together 37years wasn’t nearly enough. I will always love and miss you. Fly high momma. All of my love forever!!

  14. David & Penny Beam says:

    God bless the entire family during this sorrowful time. May she rest in peace.

  15. Tina Duncan says:


    First I have to thank social media because without it I would never have met you or your family. I was so blessed the day you sent me a friend request through Tagged. We chatted and it seemed like I had known you forever, because that was they type of person you were. You had a heart of gold and loved many and when you loved you did it with all of your heart. Then we had the chance to meet face to face, I remember you were so nervous about the meeting. It was a meeting I will never forget, thank you so much for allowing me into your life and those that you love so much. I know we didn’t chat on the phone often or did we get a chance to see each other often but when we did it was like we never missed a beat. You are loved and will be missed by all. I know you will continue smiling down on us all. Rest in Peace my friend.
    Love you always

  16. Nolene says:

    I can’t believe you are gone. You was such a beautiful woman inside and out. You touched so many people and warmed so many hearts with mine being one of them. You took me in when I had no where to go and made me feel at home and loved. I know your in a better place and not suffering anymore. I love you, Mark and all the kids.
    Fly high ????.


  17. Nolene says:

    I don’t know why the questio marks are on there.

  18. Stephanie Rogers says:

    I never thought I would be signing one of these things for you so early in life.I am sorry you had to leave us. I wish I was there to see you one last time. You touched so many hearts and families. You are the reason I have the family I have today… Remember when you introduced us?? I do! We have a beautiful family now and we owe it all to you. I love you and will miss you dearly.

    I love you Aunt Dee!

  19. Pam & Eddie says:

    Diane we meet through Mark, n for about 30 yrs r more u have always treatment me like I was ur family. U will b miss my friend!
    To Mark, the family my heart goes out to u all. Know she’s n a better place with no more pain, know she love each of u! She was so proud of each of kids in every way possible. IF there’s anything I could r try to do please let me know.
    Rest easy my friend!!!!!

  20. Darlene Beam says:

    Diane you where my friend for more than 30 years you have always been there for me and everyone else that came into your life. You have been a great friend, wife and mother. I will miss you forever my dear friend but you are now in heaven watching over all of us. I love you lady until we see each other again.

  21. Ginny Peak says:

    Diane I’ve known you since the 70s. You were a good friend back then. We lost touch with each other. And found one another after all these years. We were starting to talk a lot and catch up on each other’s families. We weren’t friends but a few months before you got sick. We made plans to see watch other again. And it breaks my heart it didn’t happen. I will miss you my friend. I will pray for your family to find peace. And I will see you again someday. ????????

  22. Tony & Kennetha says:

    Diane, I only met you this past summer. I just knew that we would become best friends. Tony has known Mark and you for several years, why it took so long for us to meet I dont know. If I could only had met you when Tony did. Oh my what we would had done. You always called Tony your twin. You and Tony was born same day, same year only 1 hour apart, This was so cool. I am feeling to bad as I hadnt seen you before you left us. Its so hard to watch people go down, it is for me. But it wasnt about me though. Tony calls Mark everyday, Im sure you knew that Tony will always be a great friend to Mark. He thinks the world of him. It saddeneds me to know how much Mark loves you. First thing goes through your mind, How will I ever survive, but too he will never ever be alone. And oh my the kids, I only met just a fw of the girls, my heart just sinks when I read some of there post on facebook. I dont know how old you are all except Kassi, but I lost my mom when I had just turnd 30, I still needed my mama, she too was my best friend.So now its been 25 years since she left me. Not a day goes by that I dont think of her, But all of you kids, you will one day stop thinking of all the hurt and you will sit down with another sibling and start to talk about Diane and start tp talk about things that was funny, funny things she did, all the love she gave you, and how she wouldnt want you to grieve for long time. You do have to grieve, thats part of the healing. But in your own time. I love you Diane, I am pretty sure you have met my mama, you two will really hit it off :) Your just alike. So I pray now for Mark and all your kids sweetie. I pray they all come together for you and just love on each other and give Mark everything he needs. Eventually time heals all. So as for now Ill say see ya later Diane. Its not goodbye cause we WILL see each other again. Tony and I love you to pieces. Tell Jesus I cant wait to sit in front of him and listen to stories. All Our Love..Tony and Kennetha

  23. Brandy Cox says:

    There is never going to be another woman like you on this earth. You were a wonderful wife, mother, sister, and friend. That’s why anyone that ever came over was just another one of your family members. I know I always felt welcome at your home no matter where we were in our lives. I always loved spending time with you and your family. You ARE going to be missed. Until we meet again, know that I love you. Rest In Heavenly Peace