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Bettendorf-- Laurie Kay Hoefling, 65 years old, passed away peacefully on Monday, June 26, 2023, in her home with loved ones at her side after a brief battle with cancer.
Funeral services and Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 1, 2023 at St. John Vianney Catholic Church, 4097 - 18th Street, Bettendorf. The Mass will be livestreamed by visiting Laurie’s obituary at www.hmdfuneralhome.com Visitation will be Friday from 4 until 6 p.m. with prayer service to conclude that all are welcome to attend. There will be additional visitation from 9 a.m. until the time of the Mass Saturday at the church. Halligan-McCabe-DeVries Funeral Home is assisting with arrangements in the Quad Cities.
A Memorial Mass will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, July 3, 2023 at Holy Name Catholic Church, Marcus, Iowa with visitation held from 9 a.m. until Mass begins. Burial will take place in Holy Name Catholic Cemetery in Marcus. Greenwood Schubert Funeral Home is assisting with arrangement in Marcus.
Laurie, born November 29, 1957, Cherokee, Iowa, was the daughter of James Dean and Donna Louise (Buddenhagen) Hoefling. Laurie graduated from Marcus Community High School in 1976, and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in special education from The University of Northern Iowa in 1980. Her talents and patience were put to good use while teaching elementary special education in Grinnell, Iowa for the next eight years. In 1988, Laurie began a thirty-five-year career at the Diocese of Davenport. She thoroughly enjoyed her job and, above all, loved helping people. Laurie was and will forever be the bright spot in everyone’s day with her contagious smile and kind words.
If Laurie knew you, she knew your family and their interests. People above things was her motto, her mantra, and her lifestyle. She may not have any direct descendants, but she left a legacy far more grand than many hope for.
Olivia, Gianni and Elijah King knew Laurie as a second mother; she was integral in their faith development, education and upbringing. Laurie passionately followed their interests and actively supported their athletics, volunteerism, career paths and lives.
While Laurie loved and appreciated the beauty of flowers, please honor her wishes; rather than send flowers at this time, please make a donation to charities that, like Laurie, serve people. Some of her preferred charities include Riverbend Food Bank or your local food bank, Humility of Mary Housing, Diocesan Catholic Charities or McAnthony Window at St Anthony's Church in Davenport. Perhaps purchase personal care items or paper products for people in need, or donate to your local school supply drive or backpacks for kids.
Survivors include longtime friend and roommate Patricia King, sister Lynn (Loren)
Mohning, Marcus, IA, brothers Alan (Geralyn) Hoefling, Marcus, IA, Gary (Julie) Hoefling, Spencer, IA, Bob (Lori) Hoefling, Marcus, IA, and Ken (Holly) Hoefling, Franklin, TN, stepmother, Leone Sand Hoefling, Marcus, IA, and four step sisters Diane (Charley) Gipe, Clarkston, MI, Brenda Sand (fiancé Randy Hurst), Tulsa, OK, Susan (Dan) Zenk, Greeley, CO and Rebecca (Scott) Strader, Windsor, CO. Twenty-five nieces and nephews: Ben (Patty) Mohning, Sioux City, IA, Joe (Kristine) Mohning, LeMars, IA, Patrick (Mallory) Mohning, Milford, IA, Katie (Andy) Holtz, Jackson, MN, Beth (Brent) Rykhoek, Promise City, IA, Allision (Fletcher) Christy, Altoona, IA, Alexandrea (Chad) Wallway, Robins, IA, Amanda Hoefling, Hamburg, Germany, Andrew (Samantha) Hoefling, Alton, IA, Angeleah (Brad) Rolling, Remsen, IA, SFC Kory (Carla) Hoefling, Strongsville, OH, Kari (Kesner) Heath, Round Rock, TX, Kevan (Whitney) Hoefling, Garner, IA, Nic Hoefling, Spencer, IA, Kristina (Blake) Knisley, Underwood, MN, Amber (Kyle) Stoutenburough, Greenville, IA, John Hoefling, Marcus, IA, Heather (Jason) Pecka, Valley City, ND, Samantha (Jake) Hanks, Franklin, TN, Lt. Michael (fiancé Bailey McCardell) Hoefling, Georgetown, TX, Matt Hoefling, Franklin, TN, Mitchell (Christan) Hoefling, San Tan Valley, AZ, Marshall (fiancé Maddie Hoeft) Hoefling, Savage, MN, Grace Hoefling, Omaha, NE, and Chloe Hoefling, Franklin, TN. Twenty-seven great nieces and nephews, and three great nephews on the way.
Laurie was close to Kevin, Kathy, Don, Delores, Bill, Glenda, Tom and Dave King and Mary Myers and their children and grandchildren.
Laurie was preceded in death by her parents and brother Johnny.