Alexis Hall Obituary, Death – I am at a loss for words to adequately express how I am now experiencing. The expressions of sympathy and condolence are always appreciated by each and every one of us. The passing of these two incredible, badass beings breaks my heart. My niece Alexis Hall was formerly my nephew Tevon’s daughter. They were both youthful, intelligent, humorous, strong-willed, loving, and possessed hearts that could shake you if necessary.
They were also both faithful to all the people and things that they loved, and family was very important to both of them. Keep both of their moms in your prayers; the death of Alexis has awakened their grief, and it has affected both of them deeply. Alexis’s grief at the loss of Tevon, who was her younger brother, was understandable; but, when the two of them next see each other in the presence of Allah, they will most likely gossip about how I am too sensitive about expressing my emotions. Keep their other siblings in your prayers and provide them comfort and support at this difficult time.
I put a lot of stock in the power of prayer, and I rely on the strength that comes from my faith in Jesus Christ to be able to provide for our family and for myself. My human side sees the suffering of my family, especially the younger members, therefore the grief simply doesn’t seem to go away no matter how much I try not to question God and just let it pass as it may. Learn to love one another as a family while we are still around to see, hear, and experience it. Stop getting irritated , angry or disturbed about spilt milk. Be kind to the people who love you, and try to see each other for who they really are before moving on.
I love everyone of you in some manner, but no matter what, I will always love you. Keep Thall Hall in your prayers as well; the anniversary of my father’s death is on June 1, and the anniversary of Tevon’s death is on June 2. I imagine that Thall Hall is suffering through his own personal HELL after the loss of Alexis. I will be okay because I want everyone who is reading this essay to remember to express love to their families while they still have the opportunity to do so, regardless of how great or tiny that love may be.