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Siegred Hoines

Siegred Hoines passed away peacefully on Sunday April 20, 2014 with family by her side. She was born Siegred Lovett on April 24, 1941, in Fort Worth, Texas, to Bert Lovett and Coela (Lovette, Maxfield) Hoines. Siegred served in the Army from 1960 - 1965, and it was while in the Army, stationed in Orleans, France, that she met Dennis Hoines. They were married in Orleans, France, on January 23, 1965, and spent their honeymoon in Rome. After leaving the Army, the two of them moved to Stanwood, WA. Shortly after they moved to Mount Vernon, WA, where they raised their two sons, Josh and Joel Hoines. In retirement, together they designed and had their dream home built in Stanwood. Siegred was a devoted wife, and loving mother. Siegred loved any activity that involved friends and family getting together. She never missed a school program, or athletic event involving her sons, and loved traveling with and supporting her husband on summer softball trips. Holding parties and picnics at her home for friends and family were always something she looked forward to. More than anything, Siegred enjoyed sharing her joy for life and her love of her family and friends. Siegred was preceded in death by her father, Bert Lovette; her father-In-Law, Tomas Hoines; and her loving husband of 48 years, Dennis Tomas Hoines. She is survived by her mother, Coela (Maxfield) Hoines; her sisters, Shirley Robinson and Sherry Fort; her brother, Tony Lovette; her sons, Josh Tomas Hoines and his wife, Stephanie Hoines; Joel Maxfield Hoines and his wife, Jennifer Hoines; and her grandchildren, Samantha R. Hoines, Tomas (Max) Maxfield Hoines, Denin Waen Hoines, and Michael Derek Hansen. A graveside service will be held Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 11:00 a.m., at Hawthorne Memorial Park, 1825 E. College Way, Mount Vernon, WA. Following the graveside service a celebration of life reception will take place in the Hawthorne Reception Room. The family would like to express their eternal gratitude to Emeritus of Stanwood, Providence Hospital of Everett, and Josephine Sunset Home of Stanwood. In Lieu of flowers the family requests that a memorial donation in Siegred's name be made to the Josephine Sunset Home Good Samaritan Fund found here http://www.josephinenet.com/donate/ Please share your thoughts and sign the online guest register at www.hawthornefh.com. Arrangements are under the care of Hawthorne Funeral Home, Mount Vernon, WA
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Published in The Herald (Everett) on Apr. 27, 2014
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