Louis Edward Hallett

Seymour, Indiana

1925-2012 (Age 80)

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I went to church on and off with Louie. He was always kind and happy to see us. His warmth and concern was always present. Peace, Tim Coomer

It has taken me days to be able to speak of you without breaking down...you have been my step-dad since I was 9 years old. It was you, that made my mother say "I do" for the last time in her life. We stayed together as a family thru thick and thin. You fully supported my children Nathan "Pooter" and Emilie "Sissy Pot" from the day they took their first breath, as if they were your very own. You didn't miss a single soccer game, t-ball game, baseball game,...

I haven't known Lou but for a year and a half. But he was a wonderful man. I loved to sit at Hardee's and talk to him. I just saw him a week before he passed and my boyfriend had just seen him the day before. He is truly a great inspiration to many! And I thank him for everything that he has done for this country! You will definitely be missed Lou!

Lou was one of the most true-hearted Americans I ever met. His love for God and country will serve as an inspiration for all. Blessings and prayers go out to all his family, for I know he will be missed greatly. He was a true friend. Mrs. Jan Sipes

I was so sorry to see this, and wish that I had been able to express my sympathies in person.

Lou worked with my daddy at Freeman Field back in the day and I don't remember ever seeing him without a smile and a kind word. He led the graveside services for my dad, and I know they are up in heaven together now telling jokes and stories like they used to!

When I worked at Walmart I use to love to get to talk to you. You were a very kind and funny man who always brought a smile to my face. My deepest sympathy for your family for loosing you.

"lou " was a great man to know and talk too . i will miss him also.
joy nolan

How fitting that a fine veteran would end his life on this earth during Veteran's Day Weekend!! Lou was a wonderful man that always spoke and called you by name when he saw you. He was a Seymour icon and he will trully be missed. May God bless his family during these days ahead.

Lou was such a wonderful spirited person. I always remember him telling me that everyday was a good day. God bless you all.


Louis's Obituary

Louis Hallett passed away on November 9, 2012 at the age of 80 in Seymour, Indiana. Funeral Home Services for Louis are being provided by Voss and Sons Funeral Service. The obituary was featured in Tribune on November 9, 2012.