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Juston Don Hall
March 19, 1979 ~ April 15, 2023 (age 44) 44 Years Old
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Juston Don Hall was born on Friday, March 19, 1979, at Hutzel Hospital in Detroit, MI to his loving parents Shirley Ann (Walds) Hall and Donald Hall (who preceded him in death). He was seen as a special blessing after his mother suffered a miscarriage with twin girls at age 6 months. Juston was the second grandchild of maternal grandparents Mary Alice and Arthur Walds (who preceded him in death) and fraternal grandparents Isaac and Mildred Hall (who preceded him in death). He is the first grandchild to pass.
Juston accepted Christ at a young age. He was baptized at age 12 at Hartford Memorial Baptist Church in Detroit, Michigan.
Juston was educated in Detroit, MI where he graduated from Osborne High School in 1997. In 2017, he left Detroit, MI and headed to Daytona Beach, FL where he resided until his death.
Juston excelled at anything he set his sights on. He loved tinkering with cars at a very young age and went on to fully restore cars bought at auctions and sold for profit. He was never without eager buyers. He attended Wayne County Community College (WC3) for welding. After moving to Florida, he started a small moving and hauling business, “Hallway Moving Company,” which he maintained until his passing. In addition, he started a lawn care service which was expanding as his customers recognized and valued him for his expertise and attention to detail. Juston demonstrated time and time again a willingness for hard, honest work as he sought to find his niche in life. He was determined to be his own boss and have his own business. He was truly a master of many talents, many of which he mastered.
Juston loved his mother and family very much. His moving to Florida enabled him to connect with his many cousins who lived here. Juston had a very special connection to his Aunt Roz and Uncle Tyrone while growing up in Detroit.
Despite disappointments and challenges, Juston persevered. He had a “heart of gold” when it came to people, especially those he saw struggling as himself. His giving ways and loving nature will be dearly missed. His mother’s life will be forever changed with his passing.
A Time To Die
God gave Juston his angel wings on Saturday, April 15, 2023. Besides his mother, Juston is survived by several aunts and uncles: Lois, Virginia, Benjamin(Judy), Randy, Margaret, Yvonne, Marva, Rosalyn, Gary, Calvin (Perlita), Patricia, Matthew(Melissa), Mark, Deborah, Andrea, Tyrone and Sheryl(Collin), special friend, Ms. Harsha Mutyala, along with many other family members and friends.