Jeanette Francesca Hall died February 7, 2021 at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City. She was born May 11, 1991 in Chicago, the daughter of James L. Davis & Venus R. Hall-Owens. She attended elementary school in Chicago, shortly after graduating 8th grade she moved to Iowa City with her mother, Venus, where she attended high school. After high school she found love in taking care of others. She was a strong independent woman and has been in the medical field since 2015. Jeanette was a server for the Lord, on October 28, 2018, Pastor Allen baptized her and she gained another family, The Kingdom Center. She was a dedicated worker for her church and her job. She was a protector for her family and friends. God, family, church, friends, and her time is a few of the things Jeanette valued. She was always taking photos of herself and everyone around her. Jeanette continued to grow and elevate herself in everything she did. Her family includes her mother, Venus Hall-Owens; stepfather, Anthony Owens; God Child Darianna DaLisa Flowers; sisters, Rosie McSwain (Virginia), Sonya C. Franklin (Kenneth), Lametry Hall (Tyrone), Kimberly Hall (Goldburn), Erika Dawson (Marcus); brothers, Raymond Cullins, Lavell Cullins and George A. Owens; uncles, Craig L. Hall, Thomas Davis, Alvin Smith, and Alton Jackson; aunties, Tracye Howell, Estelle Williams, Eola Mayfield, Debra Jackson, Pauline Owens and Eliza Harding; nieces and nephews, Charles A. Thomas (Bianca), Lamesha Q. Hall (Myzeah), Kendall L. Franklin, Princess A. Payne, Nasiya AS Payne, Tyrone K. Payne Jr., Kimiah C. Hall Chicago; and lots of cousin and friends. Joining her in heaven is her father, James L. Davis; sister, Annalicia Davis; grandmother, Frances E. Howell; great grandma, Texanna Cole; uncle, William Owens; brothers, Steven L. Owens and Antonio L. Borrow. Visitation for family and friends will be held from 11am to 1 pm Saturday, February 13th. at the Kingdom Center Church in Iowa City. Her funeral services for her family will be held at 3 pm at the church. The services will be livestreamed for friends and extended family. Please share your support and memories with Jeanette’s family and find a link to the livestream details on her Livestream Link at www.gayandciha.com under obituaries.