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Louise Manhart


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Louise Manhart Obituary
Dec. 30,1953 ~ Jan. 10, 2019
Louise is the first of six children born to Roy Edwin Thatcher and Ann Louise Clark Thatcher. Louise grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah where she attended West High School. She married Frank J. Tippetts (deceased) on December 15, 1973, and later married Calvin D. Manhart on August 29, 1997. Louise spent many years working for Cutie Pie Corporation and later at Genesis Youth Center. She made lifelong friends wherever she went, and rarely forgot a birthday or special event. Louise loved to create things. She created beautiful ceramics and other crafts. She loved to gift them to people she cared about. She felt it was her mission to keep every baby born warm and hand made hundreds of blankets for family and friends, many of whom says it's their favorite blanket. Louise loved books, and was an avid reader, but especially for romance novels. Most of all, Louise loved her family. She had special relationships with all of her siblings, daughters, and grandchildren. Every Christmas morning was celebrated in her home with breakfast where all were invited. Louise was always happiest and most content when she was giving and doing for others.
Louise is survived by her husband, Calvin; Daughters, Anne (Julius) Tippetts, Amy (Beau) Delamare, Audri Robbinson; Siblings, Lynn (Kevin) Johnson, Louann (Scott) Hill, Ed (Linda) Thatcher, Lee (Julie) Thatcher; grandchildren, Chance, Faith, Tytzin, Francoe, Vincent, and Viaunna. Preceded in death by her parents, sister, Lila and husband, Frank.
A celebration of life will be held in Louise's honor on February 2, 2019 at 1:30 PM at the Marmalade Library 280 W. 500 N. SLC, Utah. In lieu of flowers please donate to the in Louise's name.
Published in Deseret News on Jan. 13, 2019
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