About Rodney Hall

Rodney Hall: A Life of Service

Rodney Hall is the State Representative-elect for the 20th District in the great state of Mississippi.

Rodney Hall's journey has been guided by unwavering principles - Truth, Honor, and Service. From his early days as a cadet at Marion Military Institute in Marion, Alabama, where he led his fellow cadets as the Cadet Brigade Commander, to the present moment, these ideals have been the compass of his life.

Rodney is not just a representative; he's a father, an attorney, and a dedicated Army Infantry Officer with nearly two decades of service under his belt. His commitment to serving his community and country runs deep.

Serving Our Country

Rodney Hall's journey in service began at the young age of 17 when he enlisted as a Military Intelligence code linguist in the 20th Special Forces Group, Mississippi Army National Guard. Rodney's path soon led him to become a U.S. Army Paratrooper, following in his father's footsteps. In his role in Recruiting and retention, he helped shape the next generation of patriots, encouraging them to serve alongside him.

In 2008, Rodney was commissioned as an Infantry Officer in the 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team, known as "Dixie Thunder." He had led as an Infantry Platoon Leader, Company Commander, Battalion Operations Officer, and Battalion Executive Officer in the Mississippi Rifles Regiment, where he instilled values like selfless service, duty, honor, integrity, and personal courage in his troops. His time at Army Ranger School taught him invaluable lessons - never fail your comrades, always uphold moral integrity, and have the fortitude to face any challenge in defense of our nation.

Not only has Rodney served in uniform, but he has also served the great citizens of Desoto County in Congress as the Legislative Director for Congressman Trent Kelly (R-MS). As a senior staffer, Rodney was the principal advisor on all legislative matters, with a focus on initiatives within the scope of the House Armed Services, Veteran Affairs, and Appropriations committees. His tenure saw the defeat of Red Flag Gun Laws, the drafting of requirements for daughters, and the removal of vaccine mandates for service members. Rodney also championed numerous community projects for workforce development, first responders, and disaster mitigation efforts.

A Proud Family Man and Distinguished Veteran

Rodney is married to Tierra Marie Hall and the proud father of four children. In his spare time, he enjoys hunting, running, boxing, and reading.

As an Ole Miss Law graduate and a life member of the National Guard Association and the VFW, Rodney's contributions have been recognized with awards such as the Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Service Achievement Medal, Afghan Campaign Service Medal, Ranger badge, Airborne badge, and Air Assault badge, among others. He has also been honored with the Patrick Henry Award and the Order of Saint Maurice from the National Infantry Association.

True to the spirit of the Infantry, Rodney lives by Isaiah 6:8, declaring, "Send me!" His dedication to Truth, Honor, and Service continues to guide him as he seeks to serve the people of Mississippi and create a brighter future for all.
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