“When you are sorrowful look again in your heart and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight.”
  • 60 years old
  • Born on April 23, 1951 in Spokane, Washington, United States.
  • Passed away on February 7, 2012 in Port Orchard, Washington, United States.

Welcome to Lolly Hoerner’s “Celebration of Life” website. The purpose of this website is to celebrate Lolly’s life, friends and family. Think of it as a memorial service where you view (rather than listen to) information relating to Lolly’s life along with comments from friends and family. You can leave a tribute candle with a message or you can leave a "story" with more text.  The final result should be wonderful collection of information and memories which make a fitting tribute to Lolly’s life.

Thank you for taking the time to remember Lolly -- Greg Hoerner

Posted by Kathy Buescher (Caya) on February 8, 2013
I miss her alot!! Lolly was a good friend and like my extra sister!!! We have been friends since 5th grade.. Many wonderful memories!!! The fab four rules!! Love & Kisses to You & Yours.... Kathy
Posted by Terry Harvey on February 7, 2013
For our Thanksgiving feast this year I made the no bake Key Lime pie that Lolly made for me. It was a big hit - thanks Lolly.
Posted by Gary And Marie Hoerner on February 7, 2013
Lolly was such a wonderful person. We think about her daily and miss her terribly. We think about her family also and hope that their all doing well.
Posted by Fran Lewis on February 6, 2013
I saw you for the last time just a year ago and think of you every day. I showed you the quilt I had just finished and told you I would make one for Kim's next baby...looks like I better get busy!! Only hope I can measure up to your handiwork. Can't wait to plant sweet peas again this spring just for you. I miss you! Love, fran
Posted by Mike Bassett on February 6, 2013
We will always remember what a special person and friend you were. RIP lovely lady.
Mike and Sarah
Posted by John Rohrbough on June 27, 2012
I will always remember Lolly as a kind and loving mother, wife and friend. My heart goes out to her loved ones at what must be a most difficult time.

John
Posted by Dale Houston on June 27, 2012
Greg,
I am so sorry to hear about your tremendous loss...a life mate is one of the most treasured things in life and may you always keep your fond memories of Lolly in your heart and mind.
Posted by Mike And Monya Hoerner on May 28, 2012
I was thinking of you today.
Love,
Monya
Posted by Barbara Boyd on April 23, 2012
May your family have a very special time together today honoring the birthday of such a special woman.
Posted by Court Dimon on April 23, 2012
Lolly was a very special person; a great wife and mother, step mom, and grandmother. She always made sure everyone was taken care of, and always was the most gracious host. She had a wicked wit that, while not always on display, I enjoyed thoroughly! I'm honored to have known you - today we celebrate the amazing person you were and the wonderful legacy of memories you've left us.
Posted by Robert Hermann on March 30, 2012
Greg - I am very sorry to hear about the loss of your wife, Lolly. While I did not know her I suppect she was a great person. I pray that she is at peace now and that you and your family will be okay. May GOD bless you all.
Posted by Diane Kelly on March 25, 2012
Greg-I'm so sorry to hear of Lolly's passing. I know she was a loving wife, mother and friend. We have been gone so please forgive me for not responding. I was at a Serra event yesterday and Steve Domini, who was at the Memorial said it was lovely. He was surprised to know we are related. My prayers are with you and your children. Diane Kelly
Posted by Jenny Burchfiel on March 14, 2012
I am so sorry for your loss. Aunt Lolly was one of the kindest people i know, and she will be missed greatly. She has made such a wonderful family, my thoughts are with you all.
Posted by Barbara Boyd on March 2, 2012
In honor of Lolly, I have made a donation at Marsha Rivkin Center to help others who also bravely deal with this disease.

Barb
Posted by Al Rodrigue on February 27, 2012
Since we first met in 1974, knowing the Hoerners has been a delight. We will miss Lolly very much and are so glad we got to see her on our May '10 visit to the N'West. . Kim & Michelle- we loved your mom. Greg you're in our prayers. Please, please come south & stay with us anytime. 
Al & Patricia Rodrigue -Baton Rouge, La.
Posted by Bea Ballard-Parich on February 25, 2012
I appreciated all the time I got to spend with lolly and her wonderful acceptance of everyone. I will miss her.
Posted by Kathy Stacy on February 23, 2012
To honor Lolly, a gift in her memory to the Marsha Rivkin Center for Ovarian Cancer Research.  K.S.
Posted by Laurie Woodard on February 21, 2012
Aunt Lolly was one of the most caring and genuine people I have ever known. She will be missed very much!
“I am leaving you with a gift—peace of mind and heart. And the peace I give is a gift the world cannot give. So don’t be troubled or afraid." John 14:27
Posted by Lynn Brown on February 20, 2012
We will miss Lolly so much, she was a very beloved part of our family. We will never forget her.

All our love,
Lynn, John, Jessica, Jenny and Anna
Posted by Betty Chan on February 19, 2012
In the three years the Hoerners were in Singapore I observed Lolly's quiet devotion to her family. She was a wonderful wife and doting mother to Michelle and Kim. They will certainly miss her a lot. Rest in peace, Lolly - you are now in the arms of God. I will remember you.
Posted by Gary And Marie Hoerner on February 19, 2012
During the course of a lifetime we encounter a multitude of people - few of those leave a lasting impact on our lives - Lolly was just such a person! She will forever grace our hearts and we will be better for it!
We will always remember our sister!
Posted by Hamish Coutts on February 19, 2012
First met Lolly & Greg on Royal Dornoch golf course in April 2000. She was "caddying" for Greg. Will never forget the look on her face when I showed her a little blue orchid growing on the fairway. She was amazed that such things grew in Scotland so early in the year.
Kindest regards,
Hamish.
Posted by Christopher Simpson on February 18, 2012
What can I say Greg, she was simply the best. We all loved her, miss her and know that she is in a better place now. This is a wonderful tribute for her only you Greg would come up with this, she is proud of you and her love in your heart continues on for ever, no doubt. See you soon and my best to your family. Who's Christopher..... It's me Greg, "J"
Posted by John Hoerner on February 18, 2012
Sharon and I think about Lolly often with many fond memories.
Posted by Jane Lutz on February 17, 2012
Lolly joined our water aerobics group the last few years I was in Gig Harbor. At first she was rather quiet but gradually opened up to us and we all loved her. Always she was our inspiration to work harder in the water to keep up with her energy and example. How can it be? You are in my heart Lolly, Thank you. with love, Jane
Posted by Katherine Miller on February 17, 2012
I am so sorry for your loss. You and Lolly were so kind and welcoming during the year at Stanford - inviting me for Thanksgiving and Dim Sum, driving me to job interviews. I will never forget this generosity. It reflects what truly special people you are. My thoughts are with you during this difficult time.
Posted by Dan Hoerner on February 17, 2012
Lolly is a light in our lives that will always be with us.

With love, Dan, Dawson, Rowan, Noah and Zoe
Posted by Mike And Monya Hoerner on February 17, 2012
We will miss her tremendously. Words can never express our heartfelt feelings we have for Lolly...
Posted by Michelle Dimon on February 15, 2012
I miss you, Mom
Posted by Greg Hoerner on February 14, 2012
Amo te, cum toto corde et anima mei.

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