Mr. Jean-Louis (Lou) Hautvas

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Mr. Jean-Louis (Lou) Hautvas died unexpectedly on July 31, 2018 at the age of 66. 

Lou is survived by his wife, Joann Austin; son, Geoffrey Hautvas (Delphine); daughter, Geraldine Hautvas; son, Matthieu Hautvas; son, Thibault Hautvas; step-son, Jay Reger; step-son, Thomas Snowden; step-daughter, Lindsay Snowden Meltzer (Alex); sister, Fabienne Hautvas; brother, Serge Hautvas; and  granddaughters, Emmy, Justice and Layla.  He is preceded in death by his parents, Theodore and Rosalie (Haegdorens) Hautvas.

Lou was born in Belgium to Theodore and Rosalie.  He received his Bachelor’s degree in Language; being fluent in 4 languages. In 2006, he married Joann and moved to Acworth, GA.  He was employed by Advito/BCD travel.  

Having worked in the airline business for over 30 years, Lou became an avid traveler.  During his employment with the airlines, Lou became a family friend to the Austin and the Prewett families.  He made regular visits to the United States from Belgium before marrying Joann.   Lou was a wonderful husband, father, stepfather, grandfather, and friend who will be missed dearly.  

A memorial service will be held on Sunday, August 5, 2018,  2:00 PM with a visitation starting at 1 PM prior to the service, at Mars Hill Presbyterian Church, Acworth, GA. with Pastor Bryant Harris officiating.  

In lieu of flowers, his family would like to have all donations sent to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention at https://afsp.donordrive.com/campaign/JeanLouisHautvasMemorialFund

34 Comments To "Mr. Jean-Louis (Lou) Hautvas"

Marylene Smeets On Nov 11 2018 at 11pm
Jean-Lou ooit was je mijn supervisor bij PanAm in Brussel. Werden vrienden, Lizzy en ik samen zwanger van ons eerste kindje, veel gelachen samen, aankoop eerste hondje van jou en Lizzy die ons appartement meteen doopte, samen streken uitgehaald op de luchthaven, …. Enkel jouw naam alleen al brengt een "smile" in mijn hart. We zullen je nooit vergeten. Veel sterkte aan de familie en kinderen. Reply to this comment
Walter Marin On Aug 14 2018 at 6pm
You will be missed, old man! Thanks for all your help and kindness. I will miss you stories from Belgium and Panam and having beers during the meetins. My condolences to your family. Reply to this comment
Judy Palmer Swaim On Aug 08 2018 at 7am
May God give you strength. Please know that you and your family are in my prayers. Reply to this comment
Eddy Nutelet On Aug 07 2018 at 2pm
Sincere condolences to his family and wish Lou all the best for this very last trip, there is for sure somewhere a peacefull resting place for all the airline staff. Reply to this comment
Edith Stevens On Aug 07 2018 at 2pm
Please accept my sincere condolences. So sorry for your loss. Reply to this comment
niederkorn michel On Aug 07 2018 at 2pm
Jean-Lou Jean-Louis Hautvas was one of my colleagues at Panam during the 1970s and 1980s. I respectfully submit my condolences to his extended family. Reply to this comment
Sylvia Vandeursen On Aug 07 2018 at 9am
My sincere condolences to his spouse and children , his sister and brother! He was always a optimistic man, a smile on his face, I enjoyed working with him. Reply to this comment
Inge Artois On Aug 07 2018 at 9am
Rest in peace.We in Brussels will never forget you. Reply to this comment
Yolanda On Aug 07 2018 at 9am
Lou you will be missed! My condolences to your family. Reply to this comment
Julien Etchanchu On Aug 06 2018 at 3pm
Lou, I will miss your energy, your tone, your accent. I really enjoyed working with you and I will miss you. My condolences to your family. Reply to this comment
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