Clinton Morris Hall, 77, passed away on May 25, 2020 after a courageous battle with declining health. Morris was born on February 4, 1943 and was a lifelong resident of the 5 Points community near Oak Park. He wore many hats during his lifetime such as Butcher, Nightclub owner, Carpenter, Moonshiner, and Farmer just to name a few. He exhibited his core values of a strong work ethic and dedication to a job well done in all. He worked hard in various careers to support his family, who always valued his stability and consistency. He passed these values along to his children, who are a testament to the life lessons he exemplified. Morris loved his family, his neighbors, children, fishing, and his farm animals, to include his infamous cow named Sam. Family reunions were always a coveted annual event at his pond house. He always had a great story to tell, finishing with a big belly laugh that was contagious. He lived a vibrant and full life and will be sorely missed by those privileged enough to call him Father, Brother, Uncle, Peepa, Friend, or Neighbor.
Morris is survived by his four children: Clint Hall (Tina), Chris Hall, Thomas Hall (Beth), and Melissa Sharp (Chad); his nine grandchildren: Coh, Christa, Chase, Jaime, Kellsie, Jack, Alicia, Shelby, and Carson; and his three great-grandchildren: Zoey, Benji and CJ. Morris is also survived by his siblings Laura Faye Memory, Carolyn Cain, Ricky Hall, and Debra Turbyfill, as well as several beloved nieces, nephews, and other extended family members.
A memorial was held to honor his life and legacy at his farm on May 30th.
Low Country Cremation and Burial is serving the Hall family.
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