Angie (Burgess) Hall, 53 of Fayetteville, Ga. passed away on Friday, March 14, 2014 at Hope Hospice in Fort Myers, Fla.
She was born on January 16, 1961 in Sweetwater, Tenn. to Larry Burgess and Jo Anna Bowers.
She married Mark Hall on April 23, 1983 and they celebrated 31 wonderful years of marriage. She had two children, her son Jared Hall, and her daughter Sarah Beth Overstreet, and gained her bonus son Ben Overstreet in 2011.
Her family includes her mother Jo Anna Bowers, her Poppa Don Bowers, her father Larry Burgess, her sisters Kim Boone, Dawn Bowers, and Deanne Graham, and her brothers Steve Burgess, Don R. Bowers, and Jon Bowers. Her brother Carl Burgess preceded her in death.
Angie graduated from Fayette County High School (1979), the University of Georgia (1983), and later received her Masters of Education from the University of West Georgia.
Angie was a long time teacher at North Fayette Elementary, East Fayette Elementary, Sara Harp Minter Elementary, and the director of New Hope Baptist preschool. She taught over 500 students in her career and was known for her loving and caring approach to the children in her class through her use of music and song in the classroom. Angie made her children feel loved and brightened their lives with her sunny and compassionate nature.
Angie enjoyed reading, travel, movies, nature walks, storytelling, singing, and playing scrabble. Angie lived her life with gratitude and thankfulness by always looking for the good things she experienced each day. She was known for having friends everywhere you went with her because she always took time to get to know the people in her everyday life. Whether it was the grocery store, the gas station, a sporting event, or concert, there was always someone there that Angie knew.
Visitation and services will be held at Mowell Funeral home of Peachtree City on Friday, March 21, 2014. Visitation will be from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. A memorial service for friends and family will follow.
Angie’s wish was to support education, cancer research, and missions–all causes close to her heart. In lieu of flowers, pledges may be made as a one-time or annual gift to the ANGIE BURGESS HALL MEMORIAL FOUNDATION (United Community Bank 1500 Commerce Dr. N., Peachtree City, Ga; 770-631-6240. Help us keep Angie’s dreams alive.
Carl J. Mowell & Son Funeral Home, Peachtree City – www.mowellfuneralhome.com