Deanna Dee Dieterle…January 18, 1969 – July 10, 2012

Memorial Services for Deanna D. Dieterle were held July 21st at 3:00 pm at Horan and McConaty in Arvada, CO. The service included a slideshow of memorable moments with Deanna and a get together of family and friends following the service.

Deanna Dee Dieterle born January 18, 1969 passed away July 10th 2012 at home in Westminster, Colorado under Hospice Home Care.

She is survived by her parents, Alex and Sheila Dieterle, husband Scott Lingle of Westminster and sister Kristie L. Ohlemeier (Mark) and niece Hannah A. Ohlemeier of Topeka, KS along with numerous aunts, uncles and cousins of which are Albert and Karen Dieterle of Wiley,( Greg and Josh Dieterle) , Lois and Mel Routh of Castle Rock and Bob and Velma Stapleton of Pueblo. Susie Cross, and Casey Cross of Lamar. Candace Zordel (Sam) of Wiley. Penny (Symons) Gallegos and James of Northglenn. Steve, Scott and Shawn Symons of Denver and Northglenn. Many cousins which include Janie (Allen) Campbell of Wiley, Dustin (Sara) Campbell of Lamar and Leslie (Adam) Carroll of Pueblo . Deanna was preceded in death by her grandparents Alex Sr and Esther Dieterle, Alva and Marie Symons, Lymon Dieterle and her Uncle John Cross.

Deanna graduated from Lamar High School, Lamar, CO in the spring of 1987 with not only a diploma but a certificate of completion from Lamar Community College in Cosmetology. She moved to Denver that same year to work as a nanny and pursue her career as a Cosmetologist working for Fantasic Sams, JC Penney and Michael of the Carlyle. She later decided to pursue a career in criminal Justice and received a BS in Psychology from Regis University. Wanting to further her education attended the University of Colorado at Denver received a Masters in criminal justice. During this period she worked in social work at nursing homes and probation before being hired by the State of Colorado as a Parole Officer.

Deanna was intelligent, clever and a witty who always kept us laughing. During her childhood she was involved in 4H (sewing, cooking, ceramics and dog training) winning many ribbons and awards. As an adult she loved gardening, belly dancing, swimming and being with friends. In our hearts Deanna will always remain forever young.

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