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Ms. Cheryl Lynn Hale, 56, was born to the late Mary S. Collins and Johnny Hale on November 3, 1966 in Chattanooga, TN.
Lynn was one of a kind who loved everybody. She didn’t meet any strangers everybody she came in contact with was her niece, nephew, auntie, and uncle. There was never a dull moment when it came to Lynn. You couldn’t do anything but love her. Lynn’s humor and laughter will truly be missed. Lynn was a member of Cleage’s Chapel’s A.M.E. Church. Lynn attended Tyner High School.
Lynn was preceded in death by her parents Mary Sue Collins and Johnny Hale, sister Catherine Tucker, brothers Ervin Tucker and Oscar Hale, niece Tameka Dortch 5 aunts, 1 uncle.
She leaves to cherish her memories daughters Erica Hale and Whitney (Fred) Moore sons Michael Hale and Cornell Pines, six grandchildren, sisters Ingrid Tucker of Chattanooga, TN and Melinda Tucker of Roanoke, AL , Charmaine Hale of Birmingham, AL, brothers Johnny, Byron, Arthur Tucker of Roanoke, AL, Eddie and Frank Tucker of Atlanta, GA, and Andrew Hale of Birmingham, AL, uncles Larry (Lelay) Tucker, Oliber (Barbara) Tucker and Eddie Tucker of Chattanooga, TN, and Jim Hale of Atlanta, GA, Aunts Mattie Wilson of Atlanta, GA and Lonnie Mae Tucker of Chattanooga,TN, several nieces, great nieces, and great great nieces, nephews great nephews, great great nephews, a host of other relatives and friends.