OBITUARY

Dr. Louis Stephen Hajosy

November 2, 1934February 8, 2021

Dr. Louis Hajosy passed away on February 8th 2021 with his beloved wife of 27 years by his side, including step-son Creighton Ganowski and very special friend Bobby Jones.

Dr. Hajosy is survived by his wife Kathy, three children, Louis, Alison, and Cristina. Two loving brothers Drs. Ralph and Roger Hajosy, grandson Bailey Ganowski, as well as special granddaughter Samantha Jones, nieces and nephews. Friends and family are asked to gather at Daniels' Funeral Home on Saturday afternoon February 27, 2021 from 2:00 until 4:00 P.M. A Biblical Wake service will be included during those hours. Following the service an outdoor service for all to attend will be held at St. Mary's Catholic Church 911 N. Broad St. Rome, GA. 30161. In lieu of flowers please send donations to St.Mary’s Catholic Church 911 N.Broad St. Rome,Ga 30161

Services

  • Biblical Wake Service

    Saturday, February 27, 2021

  • Inurnment

    Saturday, February 27, 2021

Memories

Dr. Louis Stephen Hajosy

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Teresa Hajosy

February 27, 2021

Uncle Louie was a great spirit and a gentle soul. He had the BEST smile and undoubtedly made the most amazing raspberry pie…ever! I always saw him as an eclectic mix of "the guy next door" and “the most interesting man in the world”. I will miss his cool ways, twinkling eyes, and kind heart. Godspeed, Uncle Louie.

Rebecca Hajosy

February 26, 2021

Best Uncle Ever,

Great memories out at the farm. He will be missed!

Rebecca

Alice Pearson

February 25, 2021

So Sad to hear of your loss Kathy !! Louie was such a champ, I enjoyed having conversations about the old days. He always had a smile. I know you loved and cared for him and let him know how much he meant to you. We all knew that.
Let's get together when you feel like visiting.
Alice

Cristina Hajosy

February 22, 2021

So many little memories like giant boiling pots filled with fresh corn in the hospital's parking lot, rolling the hot ears across butter sticks, seasoning it to perfection, and eating a dozen or more while melted butter and corn kernels drip down your face. This corn feast, corn rapture was shared with hundreds. Surprising how quickly a pick-up truck of corn can go. Lovely and simple - the mess and smells of a hot summer on Georgia pavement with folks standing over trash cans in delight. And for hours, the invitations rang out over the hospital's intercom. Don't remember who ate the most?

Debra Whitener

February 19, 2021

Kathy, so sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family.🙏❤🙏❤🙏

Love Debra Hurley Whitener

Bobbie ( Robert) Agan

February 17, 2021

I have known Dr. Louie since 1969 when I first came to work at FMC, then to RRMC. Always cheerful, kind, caring and full of vinegar!!! Aww the times we had!! I will always remember the kindness he showed me, I will never forget you ♥️ Kathy you and your family are in my prayers.

Cindy Knight

February 16, 2021

Dr. Hajosy was the one whom always put me to sleep when i had surgery . he was so kind and caring . sorry to hear of his passing .

Barbara Compton

February 16, 2021

I miss seeing the red truck on a leisurely saaaaloooo o waaa, that's a lil more than slow, drive with his dog down Wax Rd. Don't be on a hurry or running late and get behind Doc. Thanks for reminding me to slow down and just look at more than the road ahead.
Another fond memory, Doc calls Bobo to come help vaccinate some calves for wooden tongue. Bobo told me he wouldn't be gone no more than 30 minutes and then we could go to town. I waited at home and waited and waited. Finally, Bobo comes back and states; "It would have only took 30 minutes if Doc hadn't had to pet and talk to each calf". What a blessing to know a greatly gentle and genuinely kind man like Doc. Rest easy your labor is done.

Pat Brodnik

February 15, 2021

Kathy is my cousin and I did not live far from them when they owned the farm. One of my memories is when Kathy's would have her sister Janet and her family visit and I would I would be there for a "small" family reunion and we would swim and then Louie would oversee the barbeque and feed all of us. I do believe he had so much patience (as I said Kathy is my cousin LOL). Kathy, I hope we can reconnect when you are ready or want to.

Cristina Hajosy

February 14, 2021

As the family photog, it was my pleasure to preserve our family's visual heritage and to share the memories with everyone. He will be remembered and missed by so many. Thanks to everyone for sharing!

FROM THE FAMILY