September 25, 1923 – September 1, 2020
Morris Lallo was born on September 25, 1923 and passed away on September 1, 2020 and is under the care of Kraeer Funeral Home and Cremation Center.
He is survived by Maureen Mae Lallo-Beauvais (Daughter), Pat Lallo-Sauve (Daughter), Lucia Taylor (Daughter), Gina Lallo (Daughter), Kristi Link (Daughter), John Lallo (Son), Jerome a.k.a. Jerry Lallo (Son), Scott Lallo (Son), Gary Lallo (Son), Greg Lallo (Son).
- Maureen Mae Lallo-Beauvais, Daughter
- Pat Lallo-Sauve, Daughter
- Lucia Taylor, Daughter
- Gina Lallo, Daughter
- Kristi Link, Daughter
- John Lallo, Son
- Jerome (Jerry) Lallo, Son
- Scott Lallo, Son
- Gary Lallo, Son
- Greg Lallo, Son
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September 7, 2020
Dad is preceded in death by his dear friends Charlie and Richard. Dad loved bowling twice a week with his best friends Mel and Garland right up to the age of 95. Dad drove his Lincoln Town Car until the age of 94.. Dad loved to go out to eat with his best friend and roommate Richard Dodd. Every Friday they went to Longhorn and every Saturday it was Olive Garden. For 15 years they had the same table and the waiter!! Dad always got the same meal every Saturday for 15 years, Ziti with meat sauce.. If there was ever a line waiting at Olive Garden, dad and Richard would bypass the line and walk right to their table, like they were celebrities.. Dad used to yell and swear at stupid TV shows all the time and he was loud because he used headphones because he was hard of hearing. You made us laugh dad!! Love you and miss you a lot!! Jerry,.
September 7, 2020
Moose hired me for my first play-by-play job in Muskegon in 1975.
I learned a lot from him, and went on to an NHL career with the Hartford Whalers, Washington Capitals and Dallas Stars.
Maureen Mae Lallo Beauvais
September 5, 2020
Dad was a man who loved hockey . From his first secondhand pair of skates he bought for a dollar it was his life. He lived, ate, and slept Hockey . Starting from the beginning in Timmins Ontario in the 40's to his many accomplishments in the following 40 years. He became a Hockey legend . He was adored and (sometimes )hated by fans but brought in the crowds that loved to see him play his unique way of hockey. The" Moose" defense man barreling down the ice , no pads, no helmet , taking on anyone in his way . You were a tough one Dad . We love you and will miss you .
Sarah Noble, Manager/Funeral Director
September 4, 2020
We the Staff of Kraeer Sample Road Funeral Home would like to extend our most deepest and heartfelt condolences on the passing of your loved one. “Death leaves a heartache that no one can heal but love leaves memories that no one can steal.”