Takako Hoiseth

Published 12:00 am Friday, December 14, 2018

Funeral services for Takako “Taka” Hoiseth, 74, of
Leesville, will be held at 1:00 P.M. on Monday, December 17, 2018 at the Trinity Lutheran Church of Leesville with Rev. Joshua Leigeber officiating. Burial will follow in the Central Louisiana Veterans Cemetery in Leesville.

Visitation will be Sunday, December 16, from 4:00 – 9:00 p.m. in the funeral home. Taka as she was known of, passed away on Tuesday, December 11, 2018 at St. Francis Cabrini Hospital. Taka was born on February 29, 1944 in Yokohama, Japan. She
attended high school in Frankfurt Germany and graduated from cosmetology Technical College in Rolla, Missouri in 1967.

She was an exceptional wife, mother, sister, friend and confidante, she was a gracious, kind and giving
woman. Several friends described her as the most amazing person they had ever met.

She met K.W. “Whitey” Hoiseth, her husband for more than 53 years, in Germany and they were married in Pennsylvania on September 13, 1965. The
wife of a carrier soldier, Taka accompanied her husband on many adventures across the world where she shined her light and beauty on everything and everyone she encountered.

Taka loved her family, her dog Chevy and watching
football. Her most favorite past time was playing and spending time with her only grandson, Parker Maks. She was his biggest fan, she would attend all of his practices and games no matter what the weather conditions were or how far away, she was
going to be there.

She was one of the biggest New Orleans Saints fan out there, she wouldn’t miss watching a game on TV and would sometimes feel the need to yell at the referees and the kickers. No matter what the call was, if
it was against the Saints, it was a bad call. Taka loved to cook and was an outstanding one at that. You could guarantee there was going to be food in her kitchen, probably enough to feed a few families. If you came over to her house you were going
to be offered food more than once. She wanted to make sure no one went hungry.

She would even deliver food to some on special occasions and holidays.

She is preceded in death by her step father; James
Valiante and her mother; Kiyoko Valiante.
She is survived by her husband K.W. “Whitey” Hoiseth , her son Kevin Hoiseth of Leesville, her daughter Tiffany
Maks and son in law Josh Maks, grandson; Parker Maks all of New Llano and
her only sister Linda Flaum and
nephew Derek Flaum of Chicago, Illinois.

Words of comfort may be expressed to the Hoiseth Family at www.labbymemorial.com