Sylvia Hall Kacos, 60, passed away in Douglasville, Georgia, on January 22, 2021, after a valiant struggle with cancer. She was born in Mena, Arkansas, on May 30, 1960, to Beverly Kay Lee and Ronald Hall.
Sylvia was an artist, a crafter and an accomplished pianist. She had a sense of humor and a zest for living that endeared her to her family and multiple friends. To her seven much-loved grandchildren, she was “Marmie!”
She is Survived by her father, Ronald (Carole) Hall of Winston, GA; mother, Kay Clark of Oklahoma City, OK; son Bryan (Rachel) Kacos; daughter Rachel (Jason) Durso; grandchildren Andrew, Maci, Riley, Addison, Annabelle, Arianna, and Zoey; from OKC, sister Natalee (Tim) Jamison. Additional survivors that were very special to Sylvia are niece Cortney Luvera; nephews Drew Owens, Chris Jamison and Jeremy Jamision; cousins Liz Kennedy and Laura Riddle. Mena family members are Aunt and Uncle, Flora and Bill McChristian. She was preceded in death by her Mena grandparents, Louise and Jack Lee and Lorene and “Shorty’ Hall.
Sylvia was sent for cremation and a celebration of her life will be planned at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, donation in her name can be sent to Atlanta Food Bank, 3400 North Desert Drive, Atlanta, Georgia 30344