Levy Hall was born March 3, 1951, in Bellamy, Alabama on "The Gully Place". As a young boy he enjoyed hanging with his friends and hunting with his brother Eddie.
In high school Levi drove the school bus, and graduated from York Westend High School. After graduation he moved to Cleveland, Ohio.
In his younger years, Levi worked for Bradly Metal and Mid-West Forge. In 1973, Levi was blessed with a daughter, Angel (to him "Ms Fat). He later decided to become an entrepreneur, so he became a street vendor and you could find him all about town in different locations selling carpets, rugs, piggy banks, vases, stands, and many other household products. In 1996, he took a job at weather chemical, where you worked for 20 years and retired in 2017.
Levi and Cassandra were married in 2002. Levi was family oriented he likes spending time having gatherings and cookouts. He loved going home to Alabama a few times a year to see his family. Levi also loved planting gardens every year, doing yard work, or just hanging around outside. In his past time he was watching old Westerns, Sanford & Son, Basketball, and Football.
Levi leave to cherish his wife Cassandra Hall; daughter, Angel Butler; stepdaughter, Sharifah Morrow; three grandchildren, Asia Dancie, Kenneth Butler, and Antonio Butler; special niece, Shadaeja; great granddaughter, Christian; seven brothers, Eddie Hall, James Watson (Joyce), of Cleveland, Frankie Hall (Gwen), Lorain Hall, Willie Lee Bishop of Alabama, Ben Watson (Ruby) of Michigan, Roy Hall (Gwen) of Illinois; five sisters, Jane Chaney (Charles), Katie Hall, Sylvia Bishop of Cleveland, Margaret Gully (Dan), Innis Patricia Bishop of Alabama; and a host of nieces, nephews, family and good friends.
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