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Louis G. Geisert, Jr.

June 27th, 1932 - June 4th, 2024

Louis George Geisert, Jr. died June 4th, 2024.


He was born in Puyallup June 27, 1932, to parents Daisy and Louis G. Geisert, Sr.  Louie attended Puyallup schools and then Pacific Lutheran University.  He built hand crafted wooden row boats to help with expenses at PLU.  He then taught Industrial Arts at Morris E. Ford Jr. High.  He was also a licensed Funeral Director and started Puyallup Casket Co. in 1962.  In 1963 he married Eva Mae Dathe.     


 Louie was a member of Corinthian Masonic Lodge, Mt. View Lutheran Church Tacoma Yacht Club, Seattle Yacht Club, The Steam Boat Society & Natl. Clock & Watch Society.  He had a great love for trains.   He is survived by his wife, Eva Mae, numerous cousins and in-laws.


Funeral services will be held Tues. 1 pm, June 11th at Curnow Hill Funeral Home in Puyallup followed by graveside services at Sumner Cemetery.

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Hill Funeral Home & Cremation Services

Hill Funeral Home has been a community cornerstone since 1908, when Ernest Newville Hill, a decorated Spanish American War veteran and embalmer/funeral director, established his own funeral business in Puyallup. Starting in a two-story building on North Meridian, where he lived with his wife Mabel and their son Vernon, Ernest Hill introduced the first motor-powered funeral coaches in Pierce County, transitioning from traditional horse-drawn services.

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Terry & Lu Davies

Always fun to be with longtime friends. The picture is dinner at the restaurant Christmastime 2019. God bless you Eva Mae. Remember the good times. Terry & Lu Davies

Published June 9th, 2024

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