Georgia Ann Halter, 96, passed away on May 2, 2023, at the Villages at Oak Ridge in Washington, IN. Georgia was born on March 28, 1927 in Vincennes, the daughter of George Otto and Bertha Marie (Oexmann) Evans.\n\nShe was a graduate of Lincoln High School and the Good Samaritan Hospital Nurses Training Program, where she thereafter worked as an RN, and later at the medical offices of Dr. Herbert Chattin.\n\nGeorgia was a member of St. John Lutheran Church in Vincennes, where she was an active member, served in the LWML and altar guild, and had many dear friends. Georgia was an avid genealogist. She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), wrote and published two family genealogical histories, and participated in the Vincennes Rendezvous. Georgia was a devoted wife and mother, loved her grandchildren, and her charm, wit, wisdom, and thoughtfulness endeared her to family and friends. Following her husband's retirement, they were able to enjoy frequent travel and saw much of Europe. She often said that ocean cruises were her favorite. She also loved to play cards and spent many pleasant evenings playing with friends and family.\n\nGeorgia was preceded in death by her husband of sixty-six years, Joseph A. Halter; daughter, Lynne Allison (Halter) Stefanik; and sister Helen (Herbert) Hacker. \nShe is survived by two sons, Michael J. Halter of Clarkston, WA and Mark D. Halter of Denver, CO; a son-in-law, Andrew Stefanik; two grandchildren, Amanda (Stefanik) Mendoza and Drew Stefanik of Chicago, IL, and niece, Peggy (Evans) Ford of Nokomis, FL.\n\nFuneral services will be held at Goodwin-Sievers Funeral Home, 524 Broadway St., on Saturday, May 13, 2023, at 10 a.m. with the Rev. Ron Maxwell officiating and burial at Memorial Park Cemetery to follow. Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday, May 12, 2023, at the funeral home. \n\nMemorials may be made to Lutheran Hour Ministries.