Dianne Hoschouer
Marilyn Dianne Leavitt Hoschouer Born on February 17, 1947 passed away peacefully in her home surrounded by family on December 27, 2012. She is survived by her Husband, Lezlie Foster Hoschouer, and her six children: Leah Lorton, Julianne Gidney (Daniel), Daniel Hoschouer (Kimberly), Karla Misner (Michael), Miriam Scott (David), John Hoschouer (Jennifer), and 18 grandchildren. Dianne and Lezlie were married on January 22, 1968. Dianne spent her life in the service of her children and grandchildren and will be remembered in the hearts of many. We love you Mom and look forward to a time when we will be with you again. A memorial service will be held at 11:00 am on Tuesday, January 1, 2013 in the LDS chapel located at 583 North 270 East, Tooele, UT.

7 comments:

Cindy Diaz said...

I'm so sorry for the loss of your Mother and Grandmother, Karla and Nicole. My condolences and prayers to the family. Bless you all for the love and support you have given to both of your parents and each other in this difficult time.

Sunshine and Rain said...

Lez, Leah, Julianne, Karla, Daniel, Miriam and John ~ I am so sorry to hear this sad news. Your dear mother was such a loving, compassionate, wonderful person. She was a strength and lighthouse to me through a very difficult time and I will always be grateful for the many things she taught me. I want you all to know you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Love, Sandy Osburn

Bonnie said...

Dear Hoschouer Family,
I am so sorry for your loss. Your mother was (and still is) such a loving person. When we first moved to Elk Ridge, she was the RS president and she welcomed me into the ward with a great big hug. I will never forget her love and compassion.
I pray you will feel comfort and peace at this time.
Love,
Bonnie Hansen

Jed said...

I remember I had so much fun with your Mom as my Cub Scout leader. I will remember her and her kind warm spirit. I'm so sorry you have lost her for a time. ~Jed Shuler

Sue said...

Dear Hoschouer Family,
I was so sad to hear of your mom's death. I did not realize she was so ill. She was a great lady and an inspiration to many. It is good to know that she is at peace. I will miss her. I pray that you all will be comforted in your loss.
Love,
Sue Howell

Mama K said...

What a blessing it has been in my life to have Dianne for my dear friend. She has always been a kind & loving friend to me. I had the great blessing of also being her counselor in the Relief Society where she served with such thoughtful,loving care and concern for all. I learned so much from her. She taught me that our calling was all about trying our best to "uplift" & "inspire" all of our sisters in our ward (& all of our brothers & sisters everywhere!) I will miss dear Dianne, we all will, and the light she added to our lives as she served & loved us all.
We hope you know how much we care & pray that all of your family will feel peace & comfort at this difficult time and feel of our Heavenly Father's great love for your sweet mother and for all of you. With Love, Dave & Kathy Tervort and Family

Janine said...

Dianne was my visiting teacher at a time when I was struggling with several small children and a husband who was a busy bishop. She called me regularly to lift my spirits and offer any help that I might need.

She was a wonderful example of loving service and kind words.

She taught me the value of a HUG. Watching her in action made it easier for me to demonstrate my love for others with a pat on the shoulder or a hug. I can imagine that there are some big smiles and lots of hugs on the other side of the veil right now.

We are sorry to hear of your loss and pray that you will be comforted.