Hall, Laura

Laura Grace Hall

August 9, 1991 - July 26, 2020

Laura Grace Hall of Dallas, Texas passed away on July 26, 2020, at the age of 28. She was born on August 9, 1991, in Dallas to Lee and Brenda Hall.

Laura was a beloved daughter, sister, aunt, and friend to many. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the University of North Texas and worked across the country as a Digital Tech in the photography industry. Her creativity as a designer, animator, and illustrator came to life in multiple media including clothing designs, storefronts, billboards, and magazines. Her humor was infectious! She leaves many behind who loved her and her work.

She is survived by her parents, Lee and Brenda Hall of Parker, Texas; siblings, Samuel Peyton Hall and wife, Jennifer of Rowlett, Texas, Jensen Thomas Hall, and wife, Lesley of Princeton, Texas, Shannon Christine Hall of Brooklyn, New York, Van Elliot Hall of Rowlett, Texas, and Grainger Lee Hall of College Station, Texas; nieces and nephews, Gage Hall, Henderson Hall, Jameson Hall, and Mila Hall; sister-in-law, Katy Gaston; and a host of other loving family members and friends.

Laura was preceded in death by her brother, Taylor Lee Hall.

In support of our local, state, and federal government including CDC directives and to protect the physical health, safety, and well-being of our community, only 100 guests will be allowed to attend the memorial service which will be held at 4:00 p.m., Friday, July 31, 2020, at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home Chapel, 2525 Central Expressway North, Allen, Texas.

A “come and go” visitation or remembrance gathering will be held on Thursday evening from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m., at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home. Only a limited number of guests will be allowed to enter the funeral home facility at any one time to maintain social distancing.

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Laura, I can’t really comprehend how this world will survive without your light in it. Over 10 years now I have been graced with your humor, compassion, and friendship. I cannot thank you enough for sharing those with me. To say I will miss you is putting it lightly. I won’t ever pass a cow without thinking of you and I wish I could call you if just once more to tell you I love you. So much. Ali Santiago, August 1, 2020 I was lucky enough to meet Laura through my sister right before they were roommates in what I believe was their first home together in Denton. Laura always made me feel welcomed when I came to visit. Her laugh and smile were contagious and her humor would make me belly laugh for hours. I’m going to miss you dearly, Laura. May you find peace in your heavenly home. Sending love and comforting to the Hall family. Hayden Longueville, July 31, 2020 Laura, I don’t think you know the impact you had on my life. You gave me support and wisdom to get through a difficult time and you were always there sitting by my side. We had so much fun on all the shoots and trips. It was a blast! You encouraged and influenced Gus’ art. His art has bloomed since you two connected. I will miss you with all my heart. You are so special.
Robbin Raskin Solis, July 30, 2020 Laura, I still remember the sleepovers with Shannon when we were little. You were such a fun and sweet person to be around. Your family holds a special place in my heart. My deepest condolences and prayers to the Hall family. Stephanie Chavez , July 30, 2020 I met Laura two and a half years ago, and I didn't realize what a great friend I was going to make. She had the best sense of humor and it was a pleasure being able to bounce totally ridiculous ideas off one another. She had this ability to empathize and be a good friend whether it be talking through life's issues or just crack some joke to relieve me from whatever I was dealing with. I will miss her unapologetic demeanor, unique style and that pure L Hall energy. I look forward to next time. Phillip Jackson, July 30, 2020 Laura and I met in college and shared a mutual love for photography/art. She was such a talented artist and a one-of-a-kind human. I was always so humbled by how she carried herself with such a strong, but kind presence...I looked up to it and to how genuinely herself she always was. I'll always think of all the laughs (and there were many!) and her innate ability to just make you want to have fun. She will be sorely missed, but her legacy will always live on in the inspiration she's left within us. Peace and love to the Hall family during this difficult time. Fey Sandoval, July 30, 2020 Hey Laura, you got me through some really tough spots in my past. I'll never forget your kindness and patience, it was always appreciated. Your infectious laugh, silly jokes, your wild ideas, and wonderful imagination was genuinely boundless. You have a penchant for capturing the wonderful side of life, and had the coolest and funniest stories. I always loved how we could go somewhere, and we'd run into someone who knew ya. You are our common thread, the one who connects us all. You brought so many of us together with crazy adventures, love and grit. I am honored to have known you, and love you so much. Until next time old friend <3 Stephen Petrey, July 30, 2020 Sweet, funny Laura!!! I am going to miss working with you, more than you probably ever could imagine. You were part of our team! You brought so much fun and wackiness and sarcasm and wit to the day and I always looked forward to when you were there! You were so talented and smart. I will miss you. Rest well. Love, Ally xxx Ally Godfrey, July 30, 2020 We are so sorry for your loss. Your sorrow is unimaginable!! Melanee Erwin, July 30, 2020 Our hearts are breaking for you with the loss of your daughter. We will continue to pray that the God of all Comfort will surround you with His comfort, grace, and love. With love and prayers,
Steve and Janet Recker, July 30, 2020 “Therefore we do not lose heart. Though outwardly we are wasting away, yet inwardly we are being renewed day by day. For our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all. So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.” 2 Corinthians 4:16-18
Brendan Kavanagh, July 30, 2020 I got to meet Laura when we were both in college. She was always unapologetically herself. She brought people together with her infectious humor, and was someone who always made sure others felt welcomed and included. She will be greatly missed. Sending love to Shannon and to the Hall family. Molly Hensley, July 29, 2020 I got to meet Laura when we were both in college. She was always unapologetically herself. She brought people together with her infectious humor, and was someone who always made sure others felt welcomed and included. She will be greatly missed. Sending love to Shannon and to the Hall family. Molly Hensley, July 29, 2020 Laura, you were a true friend in every sense of the word. We shared our best and worst times together and no matter how much time was between our encounters we always picked up where we left off. You brought a lot of joy to my life, and I cherish the time we spent together. I will sincerely miss you. The Hall family are in my thoughts at this time. Sean Ramsey, July 29, 2020 A beautiful soul. Words aren't enough to describe how you impacted our lives and our world. Thank you for all the memories and love you poured into all of us while here on Earth. Til we meet again, my friend. Evett Rolsten, July 29, 2020 Laura, sweet girl. I had the chance to connect with you through what we loved to do. We spent hours in the car and I got to learn about how good of a person you were. You wore your heart on your sleeve. You loved your family so deeply. You used your art and your voice to stand up for others. You were a force to be reckoned with and I will never forget you. I love you, girl. Rest in power. xoxo
Adriana Rodriguez, July 29, 2020 Laura, Thank you forever, for the beautiful gifts you shared. I will do my best to keep your torch lit and carry your light forward. Joshua Diehl, July 29, 2020 Laura, you will be missed by so many. You were one of my very first friends at UNT and I am so thankful to be able to carry nothing but great memories of you. I am thinking of the entire Hall family during this time. Travis Wright, July 28, 2020 Laura found the crazy in everything and made it beautiful. She transformed the smallest adventures into the most memorable, unique, and exciting. I'll see her in all of the most beautiful parts of the world. We always talked about being part of the greater good and fighting for our right to be as powerful as we want to be. I'll keep striving for this goal while thinking of Laura. Thanks for being a friend. Leah, July 28, 2020 Laura was always wonderful and kind to me. Her smile was infectious. When she was around I always felt loved and like I belonged. She was one of the first real friends I had in Denton and I’m devastated by her loss. She was truly bright star in a sea of darkness. She will he missed. Sending much love to Shannon and the rest of her family. Spencer Wharton, July 28, 2020 I met Laura while interning for Austere and she was one of the best parts about the entire experience. Her creativity and spirit were infectious. I’ll never forget Laura and her originality. I always admired her so much and I always will. I’ll miss you forever Laura <3 Chelsea Beeson, July 28, 2020 Hey Laura, we always had so much fun and shared so many laughs together. You let me put my art on your body and I hope it gave you peace throughout your time in this waking life. I’ll never forget you, and the impact you made in my life will forever be tattooed in my heart. May we see each other again on the other side. Love you dude. Lucas Eagleton, July 28, 2020 Laura was kind, hilarious, and brave. She showed the world her art and touched many lives, including mine. It is hard to pick a favorite memory because every time spent with Laura felt magical. I miss her so much already and will keep her in my heart forever. Meagan Hatton-Mishra , July 28, 2020 So very sorry and shocked to see a wonderful person no longer with us. We will miss her dearly. Lord, please watch over her. Craig Belfield, July 28, 2020