LouAnn Hainsworth, our beloved mother, sister, grandmother, aunt, cousin, and friend returned to her Heavenly Father on December 28, 2020. She was born in Huntington, Utah on October 5, 1934, to the late Brigham Neil and Oral Melissa Guymon. She married Robert Eugene Hainsworth on July 3, 1964, who preceded her in death on September 26, 2010.
She was the oldest of 4 children: 2 brothers, Art (Sharon) and Don (Doreen), and 1 sister, Shanna (Richard).
LouAnn had a beautiful, bright smile and an infectious laugh. She enjoyed company and her company was easy to enjoy. She cherished and appreciated all of her relationships deeply.
Mom lived for and enjoyed the many adventures with her family and friends. She was always reminiscing and sharing the countless stories that filled her life and her heart.
LouAnn loved the outdoors. She and Bob spent many fun filled years as members of the Utah Family Campers and RVers. She was always up for a good time whether it was a twirl on the dance floor, a party for any occasion, a ride in the side X side or despite her fear of water which included a bath, boating, waterskiing, and even conquering the water banana at age 70. Her life motto was “I will Go until I can’t”
She had a passion for crocheting. Her dish-cloths remain a coveted commodity. If you were lucky enough to be on the receiving end of one of these treasured cloths, you were lucky enough.
LouAnn excelled at many things such as her career as a beautician, seamstress and as quality control for Beehive Clothing Mills. She had a keen recollection of genealogy and past events. However, her greatest achievement was her role as a mother to Vicki (Roy), Kerry (Samme), Bobbi (Brett), Randy (Brenda), Scott (Deceased), Darryl (Michele), and Todd (Kirstin). She is also survived by numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren.
There is no doubt she will be missed deeply and daily. Mom leaves us all with many fond and lasting memories and memories are a way to hold on to the things we love. They are those timeless treasures within our hearts that keep our loved ones close. A good friend once said: “Our moms teach us everything except how to live without them.”
A viewing for LouAnn will be held on Friday, January 8, 2021, from 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM with a graveside service to follow at Memorial Redwood Mortuary and Cemetery, 6500 South Redwood Road, West Jordan, Utah 84123. Following the State of Utah’s mandate on facial coverings, face masks are required at all public gatherings. Social distancing will be enforced. For those unable to attend the services, Memorial Mortuaries and Cemeteries are offering a livestreaming of the funeral service on Zoom.
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Life Story Info
I only knew LouAnn (Mom) for a shorrt time, I will always remember the first time we meet, we took to each other as if we had know each other for a log time, Every chance I had to talk with her on the phone, It was so enjoyable minutes, I'll miss her very much.
Love and best wishes to all the family.
Roy T Scroggins a son-in-law, Vicki Lynn Hainsworth Husband.
Grandma Hainsworth you will be greatly missed. Thank you so much for all the love you gave to me while growing up. Thank you for sharing your talents with me and kindness over the years. I will never forget the excitement I had with you and the family every Christmas eve. Hawian haystacks are one of my favorites meals to make in my home and my children enjoy each time I make it and share the stories of Christmas eve with you. You have touched my heart and soul throughout my life. I will always love you and the family. My love and kisses are with you from your little red headed sweetheart.
I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your Mother. I loved growing up with your family right across the street. Todd, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time.
I have lots of memories for sure. Especially the camping and boating outings where she let me tag along with your family. Your family has a special place in my heart!
All my love,
Jan 3, 2021
memories of my life with Mom.