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Eva Floyd Hallinan
(January 5, 1934 - November 19, 2013)

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Mrs. Eva Mae (Floyd) Hallinan died on Nov. 19, 2013 at the age of 79 in Huntsville, Alabama. She was born in Uniontown, KY on Jan. 5, 1934 to Lottie and Ben Floyd. After graduating from high school at St. Agnes, she moved to Ft. Knox, KY to work as an office worker, where she met her husband James Hallinan, a 1st Lieutenant in the U.S. Army. She married in 1959. She had no idea that this decision would result in her moving 16 times over her life to Europe, Georgia, Kentucky, Ohio, Virginia, Maryland, Indiana, and then finally back home to Kentucky (Morganfield), and in the last few years in Huntsville, AL. She had no idea either that she would have to say goodbye to her husband twice when he went to serve his country in the Vietnam war, both times with 5 and 6 young children at home. Eva was an avid golfer and a true believer in God’s grace. Courage, devotion, and perseverance characterized her life. Eva was preceded in death by her husband James and brother Donald. She leaves behind: Her brother Brutzy Floyd of Florida Sister Bernice Chandler of Morganfield, KY Six children and their spouses Kevin and Linda (Ohio) Michael and Shelley (N. Carolina) Sean and Leah (Kansas) Gary and Jennifer (Alabama) Karen and Brian (Louisville) Mary (Indiana) 13 grandchildren.

Funeral will be 10 AM Saturday Nov23 at St. Agnes Catholic Church in Uniontown, KY with Fr. Terry Devine officiating.

Visiting hours will be Friday Nov. 22 from 4-8 p.m. and 9 AM until service time Sat at Whitsell Funeral Home in Morganfield.

Burial will be in St. Agnes Cemetery in Uniontown.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. Anthony's Hospice.


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