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Misty D. Lohouse

June 18, 2022

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Misty Dawn Lohouse tragically passed away in Florence, Kentucky Saturday, June 18th 2022 at the age of 46.

Misty is survived by her Daughters Alexes, Heaven, Ronda, and son James, two grandchildren Rowan and Sophia, parents Debbie Heuser (Gary Heuser), and Jake, Bowman(linda Bowman), her brothers Rusty and Jake Bowman, her sister Tammy Gerdes, and many aunts, uncles,nieces, nephews and cousins.

Misty Lohouse was born in Kentucky. She lived most of her life in the state where she touched each community she was a part of. Misty was a bright soul, who could walk into a room full of people and talk to anyone about anything. She could light up a room when she walked in. She was always herself, she would start singing and dancing with no care as to who was watching. Her laugh was loud and contagious, and she always carried a smile to brighten everyones day. Some of my favorite memories of her were us just sitting in a car belting whatever was on the radio like no one could hear us. When I was little she would turn on the dixie chicks and we would dance around the house singing and laughing, those are memories I will cherish forever along with so many more. She had a way of making everyone she met feel so important, she also had a way of making every moment in time important because they were, those moments with her are now our memories of her, a constant reminder that she is still with us.

Misty enjoyed a lot of things, like music, dancing, makeup, and watching scary movies but the thing she enjoyed the most was helping others. She did so through sponsorship which she spent most of her time. When she wasn’t at work she was on her phone making sure each and every person in her life knew they were loved, important, and valuable. She helped countless women over the years and was loved by so many. Misty leaves a hole in her community which fostered unconditional love, compassion, and understanding. Misty loved everyone to the moon and back, infinity, unconditionally.