Thomas Wayne Hall

December 3, 1946November 22, 2018

Graveside services for Thomas Wayne Hall, 71, will be held at 1:30 PM, Saturday, December 8, 2018 on the grounds of Pine Crest Cemetery.

The family will be receiving friends for visitation from 12:00 PM until time of service at 1:30 PM at Pine Crest Funeral Home, Mobile, Alabama.

Thomas Wayne Hall was born December 3, 1946 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama to the late Earnest T. and Sophrona Marie Holland Hall. He was called home Wednesday, November 22, 2018 in Mobile, Alabama. Thomas worked with the Press Register. He had favorite hobbies such as tinkering, restoring old films and was a collector of sorts. Thomas enjoyed visiting and socializing at the Parkway Senior Center.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his beloved wife; Judy Carol Wood Hall, a sister; Doris Ann Drake and a brother; Lloyd Keith Hall.

Left to cherish memories of Thomas will be his son; Kevin Wayne Wood and wife Michele, one granddaughter; Rachael Wood, two nephews: Leslie Wayne Cheatham, Jr., Keith Logan, three nieces: Melanie Cheatham, Felicia Logan, Patricia Ann, along with many extended family members and a host of friends.

Memorials may be made to any Animal Shelter or charity of donor’s choice in honoring Thomas Wayne Hall.


  • Kevin Wayne Wood and wife Michele, Son
  • Leslie Wayne Cheatham Jr., Nephew
  • Melanie Cheatham, Niece
  • Keith Logan, Nephew
  • Felicia Logan, Niece
  • Patricia Ann, Niece
  • Rachael Wood, Granddaughter

  • Kevin Wood, Active Pallbearer
  • Leslie Cheatam, Active Pallbearer
  • Keith Logan, Active Pallbearer

  • Mobile County Animal Shelter


  • Visitation Saturday, December 8, 2018
  • Graveside Service Saturday, December 8, 2018

Thomas Wayne Hall

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Betty Fowler

December 14, 2018

I am so sorry that I missed Tommy’s service due to being out of town. He was a beacon of light at the Parkway Senior Citizen Center which he attended from its inception when the Center was located at the Way of Life Church on Riverside Drive. I had spoken with him at the Center just a few days before his death. His will be greatly missed. He leaves a legacy of kindness and concern for people and animals. My thoughts and prayers are extended to his family. So long, Tommy.

Carolyn Ellis

December 8, 2018

I met Tommy when the Parkway Sail Center first incorporated at the Mennonite Church on Riverside Drive a few years ago.
He joined the line dance class I attempted to teach, and he seemed to really enjoy it. He was always pleasant, kind and a real gentleman. My sincere sympathy to Tommy's family.