Warsaw - Chief Donald Hall, 50 of 2590 W Wards Bridge Rd. transitioned from his earthly home to eternal rest Sunday, September 26, 2021 at UNC Rex Healthcare, Raleigh.
Born in Wayne Co., he is the son of Janice Hall Outlaw.
Chief Hall was a graduate of James Kenan High School Class of 1989. He furthered his education in law enforcement and was presently serving as Chief of Police for the Town of Magnolia. Not only did he serve the citizens of Duplin County, but he was a devoted member of Smith Chapel Missionary Baptist Church, Warsaw. Here he served as a Trustee and sang in the choir.
In addition to his mother, he leaves to cherish loving memories to his sons, Deonte Hall of Goldsboro and Jeremiah Hall of the home; one daughter, Lydia Hall of the home; two brothers, his twin, Ronald Hall and Thomas Lamont Hall of the home; two sisters, Lakesha Mattox of Lexington and Jennifer C. Dudley of Warsaw; two step-children, Tiarra McGowan of Warsaw and Alton Miles of Greenville; two step-grandchildren, Tionna and Christopher Hill of Warsaw; nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles other relatives and friends.
He has been reunited with his maternal grandmother, Alee E. Hall, step-father, Timmy "Tim" Outlaw and sister-in-law, Shanna Vann-Hall.