Thomas “Tom” Brice Hall, 56, of Ft. Motte, SC, passed away on Saturday, January 20, 2024. He was the husband of Amy E. Peterkin.
A memorial service will be held at 2:00 pm, Thursday, January 25, 2024, at St. Matthew Parish Church. Tom will be laid to rest in the Peterkin Family Cemetery in Ft. Motte, SC. Honorary pallbearers are Francis Marion Williams, James Cleveland Holmes, IV, Derek Chiarenza, Oliver Landis, III, The Honorable Robin Stilwell, Trahern Cook, Walter Roberston Coggin, Jeffrey Richard Wigger, Ed McDonell, Federick Hay Gantt, III, Lance Ellis, Emily DeFelice, Kristain Niemi, The Honorable James Emerson Smith, Jr., Jerry Chivers, and Oliver Hartner.
Tom was born in Chester, South Carolina to Richard and Lois Hall. He graduated from The Catawba School in Rock Hill, The Citadel in 1989 and the University of South Carolina Law School in 1994. He clerked for The Honorable Paul Short. While at The Citadel, he was a member of the Junior Sword Drill. Tom was a documentary film maker and helped spearhead the fight to take the Confederate flag off the South Carolina state capitol after the tragic events of Mother Emmanuel in Charleston, SC. He was an accomplished singer and songwriter and a proud member of Tom Hall and the Plowboys for decades, where he helped grow the music scene in South Carolina. Tom founded the Krewe ColumbiYa-Ya and was a restaurateur, owning and operating Between the Antlers in Georgetown, SC. He was a stellar ping-pong player. Tom was a founding member of Advantage Title, LLC and operated his law firm representing numerous clients from all walks of life. He was an avid outdoorsman and loved quail hunting, field trialing and fishing in the of waters of South Carolina.
Tom leaves behind his loving wife; parents; sons, Brice, Logan, and Graham Hall; step-daughter, Elizabeth Conger; step-son, Ford Conger; sister, Presley Hall; brother, Richard Hall; and a number of nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to www.riveralliance.org and www.scquailforever.org.