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Otavis Septian Hall will have a visitation 9:00am Saturday morning, November 30, 2013 with the Celebration Of Life beginning at 11:00am at Calvary Chapel Oceanside. O'Tavis Septan Hall, age 35 of Oceanside, California returned to the Lord on November 24, 2013. O'Tavis was born in Oceanside, California on November 6, 1978 where he grew up playing sports and loving life. In 1994 he moved to Washininton D.C. where he graduated from Ballou High School in 1996. After graduating he enlisted into the United States Air Force serving four year, allowing him the chance to see the world and make a huge impact on people's lives. This is something he has always loved to do and took pride in. After leaving the Air Force he found employment in Civil Service, working in the country of Kuwait, where he me and married his wife Tigist. O'Tavis is survived by his wife Tigist Hall, his daughter Jasmine Kiser, his sons Una'el and Gabriel; parents Debra Murray and James Hall; brothers Orthro (Fawyzia) and Javelin Hall; sisters Sennesia Perez (Carlos), Mauricea Murray, Monique Carter (Calvin), Ashley Hall and Robin Carruthers; and many Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces, Nephews and friends. O'Tavis was loved by everyone and was an incredible father, son, brother and friend. His kind-heartedness and out-going personality made him loved by everyone who knew him. He loved spending time with family and friends, reading and writing poetry and listening to Reggae music. he always liked to entertain and found any excuse to have a get together so he could show off his cooking skills. He would always try out new recipes in which he enlisted his family and friends to try his concoctions. He had a contagious smile that lit up the entire room and hilarious laugh that made everyone laugh to. O'Tavis was always there for us no matter what we needed--he was never too busy to lend a helping hand. As devastated as we all are not to have him with us we are comforted that he is in a better place. he would not want us to be sad for him and would want us to remember the inspiring, witty, artistic generous man that he was. We are all blessed to have had him in our lives and will miss him more than words can say. Thank you O'Tavis for all the support and kindness you have shown to each of us through the years. YOUR MEMORY WILL LIVE IN US FOREVER!

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  1. O, I have nothing but fond memories from our days in Kuwait. You were always laughing and writing your poetry. You will be missed my friend and thanks for the fond memories. My dear friend…

  2. Please accept our deepest symathies for your terrible loss. We rented the home on westport way and were always impressed by mr halls honesty and straight forward mannerism even when others had cheated him. We were so devistated to hear of his passing. Heaven bless you and keep you. Our prayers are with you.

  3. To my brother, my friend, my fabo co-worker, my family member’s whom life was taken far too soon. I carry you in my heart n mind daily. You were always there for me when I needed you to be and we had some great times in the TRIP section with Ro and Mo. Your intellect, extreme imagination, passionate knowledge and contagious smile will live on in all of us bro. I will see you one day as I know you are up in heaven as you kept a positive sense about you. I know our boss Julius is going to miss you although you gave him hell, I know he truly liked that competitive side of you. Thank you my brother for such fond memories that will last my life time. I will continue to uplift TiGi and the boys as you left them to remain my family for life. I remember seeing that gun you showed me while we were on skype, something you found when you returned home – I believe you said it was your dads and I wish you never had it as you would still be here with us today. I never thought to tell you to get rid of that thing or that it would be what cause your life to end. I’m still in shock and really having a hard time with knowing the reality is that you are indeed gone. Too soon my bro, Rest In Paradise and tell my Mom whom I know you will meet, that I will carry on for the both of you. 2013 has been my worst year ever partner. Love you always and again TiGi n the boys will be iight….. Until we meet again in Heaven/Paradise.

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