Hyzella G. Halko
1933 - 2020
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Hyzella G. Halko

Noblesville - Hyzella G. Halko, 87 of Noblesville, passed away Thursday, December 24, 2020. Hyzella was born September 13, 1933 in Lexington, OH to the late Edward and Myrtle Wagner. She worked for Walmart for over 14 years, prior she had worked for Westinghouse, Electrolux, Thermodisc and Dominion.

Socially Hyzella loved America. She was a member of the VFW Auxiliary Mohican Post 9943 in Mansfield, OH, where she served as President several years and was in the safety program several years. After moving to Indiana, she became a member of Post 6246 In Noblesville, IN. Hyzella was also a member of the American Legion Auxiliary. She was loved by many.

Private family services are planned.

Hyzella was the widow of John Halko, Sr. She is survived by her children, Jeff (wife, Kathy) Spears, Sheila (husband, Mark deceased) Hughes and John (wife, Kim) Halko, Jr.; grandchildren, Matthew Hughes and Sarah Hughes; 4 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her siblings, Harley, Howard, Homer and Harold Wagner, Hilda Kazabee, Hazel Wagner and Helen Wagner.

Arrangements entrusted to Flanner Buchanan-Hamilton Memorial Park.

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January 9, 2021
Prayers for the entire family she was a wonderful woman
Ed Trease
January 7, 2021
John, so sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. Sending you and Kim hugs and prayers . Bonnie Hoskins
Bonnie Hoskins
January 6, 2021
R.I.P. Grandma...I love You. You'll be missed.
Matt Hughes
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