Louise Torman, age 92, passed away peacefully at Spring Gardens Assisted Living in St. George, UT on September 5, 2020. She was born in Valley, Nebraska, and lived in many places through the US. She was fun-loving, entrepreneurial, and feisty, and will be missed by all those who knew her.
As a convert to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints early in her first marriage, her life was put on a path of knowing that she is a beloved daughter of her Heavenly Father. For quite some time, she has looked forward to receiving confirmation of what she has learned regarding where she came from, why she came to Earth, and where she will reside for eternity.
Louise loved venturing into Utah’s scenic parks, canyons, mountains, and byways to hike and take in the state’s peace and beauty. She enjoyed traveling throughout the US and the world, finding her true calling when she founded Carefree Tours in Provo, UT in 1980. She led guided tours for Intermountain West seniors groups to renowned world destinations, achieving great success and personal satisfaction in this endeavor.
In her later years, Louise enjoyed sewing hundreds of quilts for LDS Humanitarian Services, socializing with her friends at the Villas Condominiums in South Jordan, then at Southtowne Ranch in Sandy, and lastly at Spring Gardens Assisted Living in St. George.
Louise was preceded in death by her children Robert Evans and Vici Griffith, and former husbands Keith Evans and Joseph Torman. She will be missed by her daughters Bonnie Chaney (Bill) and Shirley Weidner (Steve), along with many grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Louise requested a viewing at 1 PM Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 E. 10600 South, Sandy, UT on Saturday September 12. 2020, followed by a small graveside ceremony at 3 PM for family and close friends at East Lawn Memorial Hills Cemetery in Provo, UT.