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William Ames "Bill"  Hall

William Ames "Bill" Hall
  • November 2, 1946 - August 18, 2020
  • Folly Beach, South Carolina

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Bill was a great friend and mentor to so many he worked with in the hospitality industry. All is his many friends and acquaintances at Hyatt are saddened to read of his passing

Posted by: Tim Lindgren - Friend   Aug 23, 2020

We are sending heartfelt condolences to the Hall Family. Mr. Hall's passing is a tragedy to everyone in the South Carolina community. He was such a "mensch." Mr. Hall made everyone feel so welcome at his establishments, He treated everyone as if they were old friends. His presence will be sorely missed. May all your wonderful memories bring comfort and blessings to you at this difficult time.

Posted by: Jae and Arnold Zalis - Mt. Pleasant, SD   Aug 23, 2020

My deepest condolences to everyone in Bill Halls family. This news was so sad to hear. The vibrancy of Bill and the family and their dedication to years of hospitality and generosity are legendary. Personally, my heart goes out to Jeanne, Tommy & Billy and their sister Stacey for their loss.
I was at the Halls Chophouse in Greenville Tuesday and Wednesday nights, there for golf tourneys. so close in spirit when I heard..sending love from me & my family.Toni Knorr

Posted by: Toni Knorr - Friend   Aug 23, 2020

The human condition is larger than the neighborhood, the region, and the country. It stretches from antiquity and will continue to the expectations of imminent time. The process of our short lifetime is to reconcile the profound meaning of humanity. It is to each of us our job to live life well.

My friend Bill Hall found the real treasures of life in the simple gestures of genuine friendship. Few pass through as he has--with purpose, kindness, and strength of character. He graced the earth but touched the sun.

May God bless his family.

Posted by: Tommy McQueeney - Mount Pleasant, SC - Friend   Aug 23, 2020

When Mr. Hall was in the restaurant and you would stop and speak to him he was the most gracious gentleman. It seemed that he had all the time in the world for you. He will always be missed but his spirit will be at the restaurant with us. It is a pleasure and an honor to eat at Hall's Chop House because that is how we feel when we walk in the front door, the Hall family makes you

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Posted by: David & Gail Barrow - Acquaintance   Aug 23, 2020

I am heartsick, Tommy, Billy and Jeanne. So sudden and tragic to lose Bill when he is hitting his late in life prime. Will say a special prayer for him and all in your family. Another Legend Lost.

Posted by: Michael Molony - SC - Family Friend   Aug 23, 2020
50th Anniversary at Halls

Since we moved to Charleston 12 years ago there haven't been many
Birthdays, anniversaries or special dinners that we didn't share at
Halls. Mr. Hall and his lovely wife always made the occasion special.
I always looked forward to their welcome at the front door and kind
Words shared at our table. Our Love and Prayers are with his family.
We have no doubt his family will continue to serve our community
And the tradition established by this special gentleman.

Posted by: Curtis & Amanda Camlbell - Charleston, SC - Friend   Aug 22, 2020