Rosa Nell Minnifield Hall was born on April 14, 1930, to the late Carrie Hadnott and Theodore Cain. On Sunday, March 20, 2022, she departed this life at her home in Prattville, Alabama.
Rosa had the call of God at an early age, and She was a Sunday School Teacher at Lily Green
Baptist Church. She was a missionary and evangelist at Father Son and Holy Ghost Church of Prattville, Alabama. Rosa loved everyone that came her way and always tried to tell them about Jesus even if they did not listen. She was a dedicated and loyal person, and she never met a stranger. She was a good listener, taxicab driver, and friend to all.
Rosa was preceded in death by her parents, Carrie Hadnott and Theodore Cain, and her adoptive mother, Laura Minniefield. She also lost her sweet Grandmother Mamie Farris, her devo ed husband, William James Hall, John King of Jamaica Queen, NY. She lost her one and-only daughter, Linda C. Haley. Lil Derrick J Cook and Christian Miller.
Rosa leaves to cherish her special memories
Two grandsons: Undra M. Jones of Montgomery, Alabama. Derrick Goodson of Prattville, Alabama.
Two granddaughters: Erica Goodson of Prattville, Alabama, Gabrielli Haley Barnes (Ronald) of Montgomery, Alabama.
Eleven great-grandchildren: Jonathan Sellers, Tanisha Goodson, Erica Dansby, Deundra Goodson, Coby Ross, Derrica Goodson, Victor Haley, Diamond Haley, Malachi Barnes, Ashleigh Jones.
Eleven great-great-great-grandchildren: Michael Keels Jr, Brooklyn, Trinidi Scanterbury, Ashton Chaney, Eric Dansby Jr., JaQuan Seller, Emori, and Taylor Goodson, Autumn Wright, Trevor Bozeman, Manson Miller. Sisters in law: Sandra Hill, Gwen Holifield, and Wilma Hall.
One half-sister: Hattie Mae Deramus.
A host of cousins, nieces, nephews, and loving friends.