Crystal Fay Hall-Grandison was born on her mother’s birthday, June 16, 1966 to the late James Earl Hall Sr. and Shirley Jean Hall, in Boston, MA. On February 25th, 2023, Crystal entered into eternal rest.
Crystal was the youngest child of her parents five children. Being the baby made her spoiled. She would walk on the side walk along the fence watching her father about to leave. It would never fail he would always take her with him.
Crystal graduated from the Jeremiah E. Burke High School in 1984. She met the father of her first two children. She later met her third child’s father Hollis Skeete and Jordan was born. She became extremely interested in doing hair. Crystal attended La Newton School of beauty Culture, receiving her degree in cosmetology. After graduating from La newton, Crystal moved to Framingham where she worked in a couple of different salons. Crystal met her youngest son’s father George McBrier and Trevaughn was born.
Crystal would later meet a loyal and dedicated man Craig Sexton who turned out to be a great father figure to Jordan and Trevaughn. After a few years of dating, they moved to Georgia. Once in Georgia, Crystal decided she no longer wanted to work in other people’s salons. She opened her own and never looked back. Crystal was always a go getter. She received her carpenters license, real estate license, and then attended Full Sail for film and digital cinematography. Which she was working on prior to her passing. In 2021, Crystal met and married Steven Gradison who she was dedicated to.
Crystal leaves to mourn four children; her daughter LaToia, son Quentin, sons Jordan Hall (Chitra) and Trevaugh McBrier (Ariel), six grandchildren, her siblings; Niecy Slayman (Ron), Valerie Hall, James Earl Hall Jr. (Fran), Ronald Hall, Tony Gaston, Amie Cox, nieces, nephews and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, family and friends.
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