Wednesday, June 25, 2003
Funeral services for Louise Hall, 97, of Sealy, Texas were
June 11, 2003 at 10 a.m. from First United Methodist Church in
Sealy with Rev. John Tyler officiating. Interment was at Hope Lutheran
Memorial Park Cemetery in Buckholts, Texas at 2:30 p.m.
Serving as pallbearers were Samuel C. Cass, Clifford D. Cass,
Cass II, L.L. Hall, Floyd Eickenhorst and Russell M. Cass.
Louise Eickenhorst was born in Milam County, Texas to parents
Henry and Sophie Dakel Eickenhorst. She was raised in Milam County and
Public School, was baptized into the Lutheran Church as a
young child and
1924 was confirmed into the Hope Lutheran Church at Buckholts,
1971 she joined the United Methodist Church in Cameron, Texas
moving to Sealy in 1979 had her membership transferred here.
in Sealy for the last 24 years.
On March 5, 1929 she married
in Sharp, Texas. Mrs. Hall was a member of First United
Sealy, belonged to Sunday School, United Methodist Women's
A.A.R.P., helped deliver Meals on Wheels with Mrs. Erma Gosler
of years and was a lifelong homemaker.
Louise Hall died Monday, June 9, 2003 in Sealy, Texas.
She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law Sam and Delores
Sealy, stepson and daughter-in-law Kenneth and Gloria Hall of
California, stepdaughter Charlotte H. Cordisco of Los Gatos,
sisters Lillie Raney of The Woodlands, Effie Hall of Baytown
Griffith of Austin, brother Henry Eichenhorst and wife Hattie of
sister-in-law Bobbie Eichenhorst of Baytown, grandsons, Samuel
Genie Cass, Clifford and wife Cindy Cass and Russell Cass of
great grandchildren David, Dale, Kathy, Chris, Caleb and
numerous step grandchildren and step great grandchildren of
She was preceded in death by her husband Johnnie Hall, parents
Sophie Eickenhorst, daughter Irene Hall, son Lucky Lee Hall
George Hall, six sisters and three brothers.
Memorial contributions may be made to First United Methodist
Memorial Committee, 200 Atchison, Sealy, Texas 77474.
Funeral services were held under the direction of Knesek
Chapels, Sealy, Texas.
Posted by Joy Neely