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Hale, Loula Mae

Hale, Loula Mae

July 3, 1926 — July 16, 2020

Loula Mae Hale, 94, of Kansas City, MO, passed away peacefully Thursday, July 16 2020. Private funeral services at Park Lawn Funeral Home; burial in Green Lawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that contributions be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 225 N. Michigan Ave., Floor 17, Chicago, IL 60601.

Loula, daughter of Mamie and Herbert Lewis, was born July 3, 1926, in Nashua, MO and was one of three children. Lou is survived by her three children, Joy, Barry and Tammy; four grandchildren, Austin, Sarah, Angela and Murphy. She loved spending time gardening and with family. She also loved her church, Spring Valley Baptist, and was an active member for many years. We’ll miss her infectious smile, ready laugh and warm hugs.

Service Information

Private funeral services at Park Lawn Funeral Home; burial in Green Lawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that contributions be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 225 N. Michigan Ave., Floor 17, Chicago, IL 60601.

Hale, Loula Mae's Guestbook

Loula was my A1 Buddy!!! I would go in to wake her up in the morning and she always gave me that smile that everyone loves!!! I would tell her I love her and she would reply with I Love You too!!!! I miss you Loula Bug!!!

Jamie Middleton

We were so sorry to read of Lou’s passing. We have many fond memories of Lou and Kenny from years past. We will be thinking of you, Joy, Tammy and Barry during this time of sadness and send our sincere sympathy.

Richard and Beverly Toomay

Joy, Barry and Tammy, We are so sorry to see that Lou has passed away. Will always remember the fun times we used to have when our families would get together. Lots of laughs. Always a beautiful smile on her face. I have thought about her so many times. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love to all, Cheryl Toomay Hatch, Shawnee Ks.

Cheryl Toomay Hatch

Lou was such a sweet and caring souls. Always had a smile on her face and ready to lend a hand ! She didnt have a mean bone in her body or soul. She will be missed.

Lorri Duncan

Aunt Lou was a very classy, beautiful, and sophisticated lady. Always a pleasure to see and spend time with. A very caring person. I feel lucky to have had her in my life.

Tom Hale

Aunt Lou was a wonderful lady. Always kind, but never afraid to speak her mind. I loved her wonderful laugh. She and Uncle Kenny were a beautiful couple. They will be missed.

Kay Farrice

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