John Anthony Halloran

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John Anthony Halloran

March 18, 1969 - December 23, 2018

John Anthony Halloran John Anthony Halloran, 49, of Danville, passed away December 23, 2018. He was born on March 18, 1969 to Sally Minton and the late John Halloran. He graduated from Ben Davis High School in 1987. He married Bonnie Brown Halloran on July 16, 2011. He is survived by his wife Bonnie and step-children Emily (Alec) and Nathan Merritt. Mother Sally Minton and sisters Teresa Jones and Kelly Minton. John attended Harmony Baptist Church, Avon. Memorial contributions may be made in his name to the Indiana Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, 8445 Keystone Crossing Suite 135, Indpls, IN 46240. A celebration of life will be held 1-5 p.m. Jan. 27, at the Train Station Ellis Park, Danville. Family and friends are invited to attend.
Published on January 7, 2019
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Amanda Sale
Jan 11, 2019
Such a beautiful soul! RIP Shuggs ❤
Teresa Jones (Halloran)
Jan 10, 2019
John,
I smile...
Knowing your with Dad.
I smile...
Knowing you no longer feel weak and tired or sickness or pain.
I smile...
Knowing we will see each other again.
But...
I smile through the tears and heartache because I miss you.
I miss my Big Brother.
I love you JB
Burt
Jan 09, 2019
Till we meet again john I love you and will always carry your good energy with me in my heart
Jill Richards
Jan 08, 2019
John was a very special man that I had the pleasure of meeting here at DRRC. He always made sure to know your first name and always spoke to you by calling you by your name. He will ALWAYS hold a very special place in my heart. Bonnie, Emily, Nate and the whole family are in my thoughts and prayers. Love you all!!!! R.I.P in John and watch over all of us as our guardian angel. Love this picture I took of us in early December. I’ll cherish this moment forever.