Bobbie  Hall
Marcine was born October 1, 1925, in Cromwell, OK to Robert and Susie (Williford) Baum.
When she was seven years old, she responded during an invitation at a church service, intending simply to go forward with her friend; but when a counselor talked to her, she prayed and asked the Lord into her heart. At age nine, she surrendered her life to be a missionary to China; but in God's divine plan, she became an awesome pastor's wife and ministered to thousands throughout her life.
She met her future husband, David C. Hall, while in Central High School in Oklahoma City, and they were married on February 20, 1944.
During World War 2, she worked at Tinker Air Base, and many years later, she was a top sales woman for Avon Products. However, her main career, and the life she loved, was as a pastor's wife, along with being a mother and grandmother. She served alongside her husband in churches in Oklahoma, Arizona, New Jersey, Washington, D.C., Texas, Florida, Oregon and California. She was the consummate pastor's wife, teaching Sunday School, working with all ages, especially children, organizing "office angels" and fulfilling any role necessary to minister to people. Truly everyone in all their churches loved her. While she loved her husband, her family, and her churches, anyone who knew her would say that her greatest love was for her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Her devotion to God was so evident that even people she met briefly saw it in her smile and actions. Wherever she went, she witnessed to people she encountered and loved to tell them about her Lord.
David and Marcine retired to Chickasha in 1993, living by Lake Burtche. She enjoyed life on the "farm," where she would feed the birds and deer and, occasionally, wild turkeys. She loved going outside and enjoying the sunsets over the lake. For several years, she walked daily around the lake for exercise. She was a faithful member of First Baptist Church of Chickasha until her death.
Marcine was preceded in death by her husband, David; her parents; her brother, Gerald Baum; her brother and sister-in-law, Durward and Virginia Baum; and her daughter, Mary Sue Clark.
She is survived by her children David, Jr., and wife Sharon Hall of Pioneer, Oklahoma; Judi and husband Steve Briant of Tampa, Florida; Ruthi and husband Wayne Briant of Sarasota, Florida; Mark and wife LeAnna Hall of Comanche, Oklahoma; son-in-law, Dave Clark of Mesa, Arizona; thirteen grandchildren; twenty-eight great grandchildren; one great-great grandson and many friends and family who were blessed to know her.
A memorial service will be at First Baptist Church of Chickasha on Wednesday, December 11, at 10:00 a.m., under the direction of Sevier Funeral Home.
Published on December 5, 2019

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