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LaTina Renna Hall

November 11, 1973


June 16, 2023

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Latina Renna Hall was born on November 11, 1973 in Detroit, Michigan to her loving  parents Eula and Victor. Affectionately known as Tina, she attended 

Detroit Public Schools and received her Diploma from Martin Luther King High School. Tina had a heart of gold and she exemplified that and pursued her HHA 

license where she was to connect with people and extend the overflow of love that was in her heart.


A woman’s greatest accomplishment in life is being a mom. Tina was an exceptional mother to three beautiful children Victoria, Shawn, and Jozie.     Being a mom isn’t always easy. It comes with much patience, love, endurance and also sacrifice. Tina did this effortlessly.  The nurturing and care that she provided to her children individually is irreplaceable. Having three very different kids with different personalities and needs didn’t stop Tina. The love that she showed  them as a mother is an example to follow. Tina attributed her  rawness, assertiveness, sassiness and strength to her mom. The bond that a mother and daughter share is priceless. The secrets, the early morning conversations, the “MA”, the   “What Tina”, the cries, the hugs, the laughs, late night jam session…the EVERYTHING, is just some. Tina and Linda were inseparable wherever you saw one the other wasn’t too far behind; Best Friends for sure. Tina believed in 

family. The love that she had for her father was precious. She was a “Daddy’s Girl” indeed. There is nothing that she needed or wanted  that he didn’t provide. His fatherly reassurance and love was special. Tina absolutely loved and cherished her family: From the oldest to the  youngest.


Chitchatting with her sisters, laughter with Dad, watching a movie with mom, in the kitchen with her daughters, eating and talking with her Son, playing with her grandkids, or riding with her girls, Tina was an absolute joy to be around. She was always down to have a good time. Growing up Tina saw how mom was the glue to family gatherings, picnics, driveway bonfires, BBQ’s and family time, therefore Tina modeled after that. Tina’s door was always open. Her saying was  “Go ask yo momma first”! When you got the OK, you would go over to her house and there the hospitality began. You couldn’t leave her house hungry. Tina would feed you until you almost burst. Her specialty was Salmon Croquettes and BBQ Ribs with no sauce. Her smile, laughter and light were infectious. There was never a time that Tina walked in the room and didn’t illuminate the darkness. Her sunglasses on her face or on top of her head you knew she was right there. Tina was Fiesty and fierce! You didn’t mess with her at all! When the eyebrow went up it was over! Very funny, and full of life. 

Her resilience was matchless. Tina never said No or I can’t. To have known this beautiful woman inside and out is to love her; Extremely passionate and sweet.


Tina was very affectionate, caring and funny. When she called, you knew that you were either going to be laughing or crying. The respect that she silently required was amazing. The loyalty that she exuded was contagious. Tina was big on loyalty, respect and truth. She gave respect and she expected

that same in return. Her strength and courage that she exemplified was shining until the last moment.  Tina was indeed the epitome of a Great 



Ecclesiastes 3:1-4 To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and atime to pluck up that which is planted; A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up; A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance; God in his Sovereign will called Tina home on June 16, 2023 surrounded by love. Tina leaves to mourn her parents Eula and 

Victor; children: Victoria, Shawn (Nicole), and Jozie, Marc, Grandchildren: Rashawn, Kingston, Kaleigh, Karsten, and Brooklyn,Besties: Keisha Kirsey and Dia and a host of family and friends.


Sunday, June 25, 2023

4:00pm ~ 7:00pm (EST)


Life Journey's Funeral Home

31730 Mound Rd

Warren, MI  48092

Funeral Service

Monday, June 26,, 2023

10:30am (EST) Family Hour

11:00am (EST) Service

Life's Journey Funeral Home

31730 Mound Rd

Warren, MI. 48092



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Warren, MI  48092

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