Dianne was born on November 29, 1950 to Deaun and William Ray Haueter; she passed away peacefully after a long struggle with her health.
Dianne was preceded in death by her parents; and her sisters Dixie Thayne and Judy Jackson.
Dianne graduated from Hilcrest High School and lived most of her life in Utah. Dianne had six children whom she loved and cherished. Dianne also found joy in being a grandparent to her many grandchildren as she spent time with them watching many of them grow up.
Dianne was a kind and compassionate friend you could turn to, to share a good laugh or memory. She loved every form of the arts and greatly enjoyed singing with her sisters in her youth. Dianne was active in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and found great comfort and pride in doing family genealogy.
Dianne had many friends that she enjoyed spending time with and who will be greatly missing her company and humor. Today she leaves behind a great amount of love in her passing. Her presence will be greatly missed among everyone who knew her. We hope the many family and friends Dianne shared her life with are comforted in the knowledge that she is experiencing a great reunion with family and friends who she has missed greatly and that she has found peace in her return to her Heavenly Father.
Dianne is survived by her six children, Kathryn, Kristine, Karen, Robert (Tina), Michael (Angela), and Daniel (Janelle); her 16 grandchildren; and 7.3 great-grandchildren; her sisters Terry Glad, Linda (Prescott) Hardy, Carole (Craig)Arrington and Susan (Moe)Bracken; and brother-in-law Bruce Thayne; as well as many nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at 10:00 A.M. Only family will be in attendance due to COVID but services will be streamed at https://vimeo.com/478998168.
Interment, Midway City Cemetery at 12:30 P.M. on Wednesday November 18, 2020 and will be open to all.
We would like to take this time to thank the many staff members at the Holladay Care Center for taking care of Dianne during this last year of her life, and to Canyon Homecare and Hospice the last few weeks for making her comfortable. Your kindness and comfort meant a great deal to her and us.
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