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Eugene Allen Halterman
August 26, 1938 ~ June 12, 2023 (age 84) 84 Years Old
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Remembrance Mortuary Services Pause at This Time to Pay Tribute to The Halterman Family. Our Words May Not Suffice to Express the Heartfelt Sorrow That We Share with You During This Difficult Moment. May Your Family Forever Remain Strong Together and Share in The Journey to Finding Peace.
The patriarch of the family has begun his rest. In these extraordinary times we ask that family and friends say a prayer with the Halterman Family during this loss. Let us unite ourselves in love and spirituality to celebrate Mr. Gene Halterman's life. We pray that God grant healing and comfort to the family individually and collectively.
His loyalty and faithfulness to God, his family and friends shall forever be a loving memorial to his beautiful life.
Gene Halterman departed this life on Monday, June 12th. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Julie Anne Nelson, and his parents, Eugene Edward and Clara (nee Keehn).
He is survived by his wife, Shirley (nee Runge), daughter, Lora (Tobias) Hatch; grandson, Nathan; son-in-law, Andrew Nelson (Debi); adopted family, Wendy Kirin, Daniel Kirin and Aaron Kirin, a niece and three nephews.
Gene was a retired principal and teacher, dedicated church worker, Bible class teacher, and Church Elder at the Lutheran Church of the Pines. He also served the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod on both the Northern Illinois District BOD and the Southern District BOD. He loved God, family, friends, golf and traveling.
Memorial contributions will be appreciated to L.C. of the Pines, Lutheran Church Charities, St. Jude's Children Hospital or Lurie Children's Hospital in Chicago, Ill.
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