June 3, 1979 ~ July 1, 2020

Born in: Charleston, WV
Resided in: Greensboro, GA

Arley T. Hall Jr, also known as “T”, passed away on July 1, 2020 at Atlanta Piedmont Hospital after struggling with a long illness during which he was blessed with many miracles.

Arley was born on June 3rd, 1979 in Charleston, WV to Nancy Hamrick Hall and Arley T. Hall Sr. He was the baby of his family. He is survived by many he loved: his son Kenneth (Kim) Hall of Greensboro, GA, daughter Brittney (Brandon) Burden of Athens, GA, his closest friend and bother Sonny Terry, his 3 sisters Rita Morris, Lorena Bird and Sherry (Dewey) Schoolcraft, his 2 bothers CJ Morris and Herb (Becky) Morris as well as a wealth of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends who loved him dearly.

Arley was always known for his goofy jokes and contagious laughter. He loved telling a good story, especially if it involved his best friend Sonny. He never missed an opportunity to teach his children life skills or lessons. His favorite hobby included anything he could build or paint himself. He was deeply admired for the strength he showed even during his toughest days. He was a fighter and had a great spirit. He will continue to be loved and be missed my many who adored him.

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  1. CandleImageBrittney, Brandon, Kenneth, Kim, Sonny and Aunt Bear, we love y’all and sorry for your loss! T was always upbeat and happy! Was blessed to get to know him and loved teasing him and calling him master yoda. Our prayers are with all of you!

  2. CandleImageI’ve known you all of your life and I’m sure going to miss you.Thanks for being part of our life.Love you

  3. CandleImageT, no one else will ever be as good at making fun of me, granted through the years I gave you some great material with my inherent “blondness”. Your laugh, your jokes and your heart to heart honesty with me will be forever cherished. In this life I hope to find a friend as good to me as you and Sonny. And I hope to be as honest and forthcoming to my kids as you were to Kenneth, as well as raise a daughter as graceful as Brittney I love and miss you always, Your “favorite niece” 😉

  4. CandleImageSweet, happy, “lil” T….
    I’ll always cherish the many memories from when you were growing up…. the apple of Daddy’s eye💯- and your mom’s too. You got your sweet spirit and big ole heart from Nancy and your mischievousness and alot of talent from your dad. I remember visits in W. Va., especially in Clay and the precious time you and Uncle Arley lived “with” us in the trailer in our backyard. As so often is the case, I wish we had spent more time together when you came back to Ga., but I’m so thankful for the visits and time we did have.
    Forever in my heart, cuz.
    I love you T😔

  5. Justin Ramsey “Operator ”
    “T” is for sure one of a kind, and I was will always love him for a bother!!!.. I miss ya T bag, until the next time I see you again…..

  6. CandleImageT,
    I just found out. I can’t put into how much u did mean to me. The time we was together we shared a lot of laughs and good times. There was hard times to, but we got though em. It breaks my heart. You will always have a special place in my heart. U was there to help me love again after Roger died. Also when Kendra lyn was killed, u was there for me. Thank you for all u did for me and Nate. We both love you. You truly will be missed by so many. Rest easy my friend.

  7. CandleImageArley, I am sadden by the news I just found out. You will be missed, may the stories and laughter live on in those close to you.
    Regina Boggs Hubbard

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