John-Halada-Obituary

John A. Halada

Wanatah, Indiana

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Bonnie and John,
I would just like you that John meant far more to me than you could know.
John was a man who cared deeply about his family, that would include all of us whom he "adopted" when he came to Indiana. He had a quick whit, was a true craftsman, and could tell a story like no other.
The words are hard to come by to express how much he meant to me personaly, as I try to find the words to try to pass you comfort I can only offer you the assurance that John...

Very sad to hear about your loss. I worked with John at Ingot Mold and out in Indiana I'm sure he will be deeply missed. GOD BLESS!

Bonnie, We are saddened and shocked to hear of Uncle Johns passing. Please know that all of you are in our prayers. Hope to see you soon.

Dear Donald Hipp,Sr from Largo,Florida,
Thank you for your kind words. In response to your question please contact me at [email protected] It would be nice to hear from you. Thank you!

Johnny will be missed. He was a unique ray of sunshine.

Bonnie: Our thought are with you. If there is anything we can do. . .please let us know.
Harry and Joanne

Could it be? I served in Vietnam with a John Halada. His nickname was "Hilda". We couldn't come up with much else. I drove a truck for a living, and I remembered that John was born near Allentown. I tried to look him up more than once when I was in Pa. John had a way of making me laugh. Was he with Seventh Motor Transport Battalion? I hate too think that I lived thirty miles from the guy and didn't get a chance to visit with him. I am from Hammond.

Mr. Halada will always be considered a HERO for serving our country during a time when fighting for freedom was essential. You and your brothers in arms will never be forgotten. Thank you Sir for your bravery, courage and sacrifice. May God hold you in his loving arms. Rest in Peace.

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John A. Halada John A. Halada, 66 of Wanatah, formerly of Kunkletown, PA, passed away Friday, October 20, 2017. He was born November 14, 1950 in Palmerton, PA to the late John and Florence (Parsons) Halada, Sr. John proudly served his country in the United States Marine Corps during Vietnam. He...

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