On May 26, 1956, in Albany, GA, Ora was born to the late Mary Zackery. She was the 9th of fifteen children From a child to adulthood, she was affectionately called “Tee.” She was an independent, strong-willed, protective, outspoken, and honest woman. Tee was a dedicated wife, mother, and servant to Jehovah. She was a very strong person, never complained, and pushed through all she endured throughout her life until the end. Tee cared dearly for her family. There is nothing she wouldn’t do or make happen for the people she loved.
In 1984, she entered into marriage to Edery Hall; this lasted 37 years. To this union, a blended family bond was connected.
After a formal study of the Bible, she learned the important knowledge about the true God, Jehovah, and the Kingdom. (Galatians 3:26-27) : “So in Christ Jesus, you are all children of God through faith, for all of you who were baptized into Christ have yourselves with Christ." On July 3, 2010, she was baptized and became a dedicated servant of Jehovah.
Tee was preceded in death by her daughter, Lashael Parks, and her siblings, Charles, Louise, Alberta, Lorenzo, and John.
She leaves to share loving memories: her husband, Edery Hall; two children, Kendra King, Albany, GA, and Jarvis Jenkins, Charlette, NC; one daughter-in-law, Kenya Frasier, Charlette, NC; five grandchildren, Gabrielle Z. Parks, Gavin M. King, James (Jimmy) Allen Jenkins, Justin Alexander Jenkins, and Nya Kamille Jenkins; and nine siblings, Andrew, Mary, Patricia, Beverly, Donald, Willie, Brenda, Dorothy, and Timothy.