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Caden James Hall

January 26, 2013

Aug. 14, 1986 — Jan. 22, 2013

Caden grew up as a country boy from Gardendale, Texas. He lived in Coahoma, Texas, during his teenage years before returning to Gardendale to build his home.

Caden was the owner of Dig-Em Backhoe Services in Gardendale. He was the proud father of a beautiful little girl, Joslynn Rose.

Caden would give the shirt off his back to anyone in need. He had a heart of gold and was quick to help anyone do anything they needed. Caden loved being around people and was easy to spot in a crowd by his cowboy hat and his big smile.

He was very proud of the fact that he built his home with his own two hands and was building his company from the ground up. His daughter, Joslynn, was the light of his life. His faith was very important to him.
Caden is survived by his daughter, Joslyn Rose Hall, and the love of his life, Crystal Navarrette; father, Jimmy Hall and wife Shirley; mother, Karen Hall; one brother, Jeremy Cypert and wife Tyra and nephew Brayden; two sisters, Kayla Hall and Wendy Hernandez and husband Rodney; niece, Bailey Sparkman; nephews, Cory Armstrong and Christopher Hall; maternal grandmother, Lula Havner; paternal grandparents, Council and Naomi Hall; and countless numbers of friends.

Caden was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, Frank James Havner; and brother, Arron Hall.

Services will be held at West Texas Cowboy Church in Gardendale, Texas, at 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013, with interment immediately following at West Texas Memorial Park.

Services are entrusted to American Heritage Cemetery and Funeral Home.

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