Fourth Generation of Stonemasons
Wayne Hallett is the youngest son of nine children of Felix Hallett. His great grandfather, stonemason William Frank Hallett began his journey in the late
The Hallett family has always made it a priority to produce the finest quality of workmanship in all types of stone and this is evident in the cemeteries, churches, commercial buildings and homes throughout Melbourne, regional Victoria, interstate and overseas.
The Generational Family business was founded in the late
Wayne & Felix Hallett
Wayne was taught the craft from the age of sixteen by his late father, master stonemason Felix Hallett. Felix was a leader and innovator in his field and was influential in his teachings and this knowledge was passed onto his sons with incredible results. Wayne would restore antique fireplaces in his early years, eventually excelling at trade school by winning many awards and transferred that knowledge to showcase his expertise in designing, cutting, building, installing, shaping, sandblasting and gilding.
Wayne was a Director of the Generational Family Business from 1989 until early 2014. He has great communication skills, approachable and an embedded understanding of a client’s needs. He is very much
Wayne is a big kid at heart who loves to spend time with his wife, three daughters and his family and friends. He loves his motor sports, water sports, he plays basketball and lives life to the fullest.
Thérèse Hallett is an integral part of the Hallettstone Memorial brand. She brings with her a wealth of experience in many industries including, Real Estate, Building & Construction and Legal. Her roles include: Reception or as Thérèse likes to call it the “Director of First Impressions”, Facilities Administration Assistant and Legal Secretary. Thérèse is happily married to Wayne and has 3 step daughters. She loves spending time outdoors at the beach, or jet skiing with the family. Thérèse & Wayne love travelling, watching the V8’s watersports and she is a basketball referee.
She is a great listener, has empathy and treats all of Hallettstone Memorials clients with compassion.