On Wednesday October 5th, Rita M. Dieringer went home to be with the Lord. She is preceded in death by husband Clement Dieringer, brothers Bob (Pat) Rosia and Wilbur Rosia.
She is survived by daughters Diane (Garry) Saurers, Sharon (Kim) Perez, grandchildren Rita (Don) Reinhart, Nick (Sara) Perez, Angela (Jed) Marmet, Ryan (Kelly) Saurers, Emily (Jordan) Adams, Neil Saurers and 15 great grandchildren.
For anyone who knows Rita knows she was truly an amazing woman. She was a wife, a friend, a caring mother, loving grandmother and beloved great grandmother.
She was an adventurer and lover of life. Rita enjoyed card club for many years, was a member of countless groups, loved to travel near and far, visit casinos, bowling, and spending time with her family. She was an avid quilter and handmade quilts for every grandchild. She was a devout catholic and dedicated member of St. Louis Church.
Mass of Christian Burial will be held Wednesday, October 12, 2022, 11:00 am at St. Louis Catholic Church, 300 North Chapel St., Louisville, where the family will receive friends from 10:00 am until the time of service. Interment at St. Louis Cemetery.
Dear Diane, Gary, Sharon, Kim, and Family Members:
On behalf of Stephanie, Kathy, David, and myself and our families, we want to extend our deepest sympathy to each of you in the loss of your loving Mother and Grandmother, Rita.
During this difficult time, cherish the many fond memories that each of you had with her. A Mother’s and Grandmother’s life is a true blessing and may her cherished memory be eternal. Even though there is a hole in each of your hearts at this time, please let the thoughts of her begin to heal them. Those we loved will always be a apart of us and will never be further then a thought away because they walk with us every day.
May God soften your sadness and bring each of you his Peace and Love.
DIANE AND FAMILY:
RITA ALWAYS HAD A kind word and smle AS we met at her daughter’s
“DIANE’S HOUSE OF HAIR FASHION”.
HOLD ON TO YOUR FOND MEMORIES DURING THIS MOST DIFFICULT TIME..
RITA WILL CONTINUE TO WATCH OVER ALL OF YOU “FROM THE HEAVENS”..
To Rita’s Family,
We have been Rita’s (and Clem’s) neighbors for over 30 years! We still put out a small wooden Christmas tree each season that Clem made for us back in the early 1990’s. Rita was a great neighbor and our backyard will not be the same without looking out and seeing her enjoying her deck. She always had a smile and a wave and we will miss her more than you know. Take care and we are sorry for your loss.
I have know Rita for almost 45 years. I met her at College bowl. She was such a sweet lady.. Diane, Gary and family you have my deepest sympathy. Prayers for God’s comfort for you and all of your family. May Rita rest in peace.
I’ll always remember aunt Rita’s smile. My sympathy. God bless all of you . Your cousin
Connie and I extend our deepest sympathy and prayers to Rita’s family. She was a wonderful lady and always greeted us with such kindness on Sundays at church. May God bless her forever.