Hallie Byron DeVuono

April 16, 1925March 15, 2023
Obituary of Hallie Byron DeVuono
Hallie Mae Bell Byron DeVuono 97, peacefully passed away with her son Steve and daughter-in-law Leslie by her side on March 15, 2023 at The Wesleyan Skilled Nursing Home in Georgetown, Texas. She was known by many names: Mom, Nanny, Blue, Granny, and Happy. She was born Hallie Mae Bell in Louisville, KY on April 16, 1925 and was married to Allan Joseph Byron (who passed at age 50). They had 4 children: Connie (Oman) deceased at age 67; Bonnie (Dillion) deceased at 55; Danny deceased at age 58; and Steve is 74. She remarried Lewis DeVuono (who passed at age 89). She had 10 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. Hallie lived a full and fantastic life full of love, a consummate host and was known by many as a lovely lady, a great mother, a homemaker and a very fun and friendly person that always looked for the good in everything, yet with many hardships losing her immediate family members at early ages. She greeted everyone she met with a smile, a hug, and left each person a little better than she found them! She was loved fiercely by her family and will be missed by many, and celebrated by all. Passing just a month before her 98th birthday, her amazing life and legacy will be cherished by all she left behind. Many said they went to her because of her wise advice and her warm and friendly smile. She loved and excelled in golf, Sunday dinners with family and loved to houseboat on the Ohio River. Her favorite song is White Christmas (her wedding song when she married Joe on Christmas Eve). One of the family mottos is “Look for Reasons to Celebrate '' and maybe that’s why she passed on Joe’s birthday. She was a devout Catholic and her last church membership was at St. Augustine Catholic Church, in Jeffersonville, IN. There will be a Celebration of Life in Southern Indiana. Most likely once summer arrives. Information on the date and time will be shared once determined. Because of the strong history of cancer in her family, please send any memorial funds to the American Cancer society. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Byron/Bell family.

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