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Betty Lou (Moorehouse) Halloran
September 16, 1942 ~ February 7, 2024 (age 81) 81 Years Old
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With heavy hearts, we announce the passing of our beloved Mother, grandmother, sister, and Friend, Becky "Betty Lou" Halloran, who left us on February 7th, 2024, surrounded by the love of her family. Becky's life was a testament to love, kindness, and joy, and her memory will forever live on in our hearts. She had an endless love for animals and her family. Becky is survived by her loving children Sheryl Morse and husband Scott Morse, Brett Julien and husband John Meberg, Ricky Shrauger and wife Kerri Shrauger, Kim Underwood, and Johnny Halloran, many grandchildren, more great-grandchildren, extended family, and friends, who will forever cherish her memory.
Becky was born on September 16th, 1942, in Cudahy, Wisconsin. She helped shape the lives of many with her open door and arms. Cherishing the bonds of kinship that would shape the world into a better place.
Throughout her life, she was a beacon of warmth and affection to all who knew her. Her nurturing spirit and unwavering love made her the heart of our family. Whether it was through her comforting hugs, her words of wisdom, or her delicious home-cooked meals, Becky had a unique way of making everyone feel cherished and valued.
Becky's zest for life was contagious, and she was known as the life of every party. Her infectious laughter and boundless energy could light up any room, bringing joy to all who were lucky enough to be in her presence. She had a remarkable ability to find humor in any situation, turning ordinary moments into unforgettable memories. Becky's love knew no bounds. She took immense pride in her family, showering her grandchildren with endless love, encouragement, and homemade cookies.
Although we mourn the loss of our dear loved one, we take comfort in knowing that her spirit will live on through the countless lives she touched. Becky's legacy of love, laughter, and compassion will continue to inspire us all.
A celebration of Betty's life will be held later this year.
Rest in peace, Becky. You will be deeply missed, but your love will live on in our hearts forever.