Inge Maria Christal Dinsen was born to Paul and Ella (Greue) Dinsen in Hamburg Germany September 26, 1925. She was 92 years young. After moving to Idaho, she attended Genesee Grade School and attended classes at Gonzaga. She ultimately graduated from Sacred Heart School of Nursing and worked in the OB ward, where she lovingly cared for newborns and their mothers. She eventually transferred to the operating room and became part of the new and growing open heart team. Shortly before retirement she became the buyer for surgical supplies.
Inge was an avid gardener and had a passion for tea roses. Inge's eyes would light up for banana splits!
Inge's parents predeceased her and she had no siblings.
For several years Inge has had dear friends Bruce and Rayna Lee Walker and Kathy Lannen in her life. At her request, there will be no services for Inge but donations are welcome in her name at any animal shelter of your choice.
In Loving Memory Of
9/26/1925 - 4/15/2018
"All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players; they have their exits and their entrances, and one man in his time plays many parts...."
The play of life for me is about to come to an end,
and it has been a splendid production!
The cast of this drama has been memorable.
The setting has provided a believable backdrop.
The script has been imaginative and convincing.
The story has been both gripping and frightening.
My closest leading players have been supportive and genuine.
I have had the privilege of being cast in remarkable and varied roles.
The drama will continue, but without me
for I am acting out me final scene.
There are other players who have come along to fill the roles;
to play the parts;
to tell the stories;
and to take their bows.
For I am tired and weary.
I must exit the stage
But my life has been full... and fulfilling
For Almighty God has been both playwright and director,
and it is He who has written the ending...
Which is but a new beginning!
"Be faithful until death, and I will give you the victor's crown of life."