Torlaug Bloss

  • Died: May 2019
  • Location: Washington

Tribute & Message From The Family

Torlaug passed away in May 2019.

Torlaug was a resident of Washington.

Condolence & Memory Journal

I am truly sorry for the loss of your loved one. My heartfelt condolences go to family and friends of Torlaug. May you find comfort knowing that God loves us so much. He will never forget her, but will always be in his memory. John 3:16.

Posted by A friend   May 28, 2019

Tor and I were together as first cousins but considered ourselves sisters from ages 3 and 5, respectively. I treasure our relationship and will never forget all the fond memories we made. She was my beautiful, talented and wonderful cousin and I miss her beyond words. Tillie Simpson

Posted by Tillie Simpson - Chelan, WA - family   May 22, 2019

I love you and miss you everyday Mom. I know you are in the arms of the Lord and singing with the angels.

Posted by Erika Graham - MARYSVILLE, WA - daughter   May 18, 2019

Torlaug "Tor" Aud (Haugen) Bloss, of Chelan (originally Clipper), Washington, born on March 30, 1944 in Kvinesdal, Norway, to the late Anne Marie Amot and the late Sven Haugen, passed away at the age of 75 on May 11, 2019 in Chelan, Washington. Torlaug graduated from Mt Baker High School. Tor was the beloved partner of Keith Dickey, beloved ex-wife of Joe Bloss, and beloved ex-wife of Edward Mooney (deceased). Tor, a beautiful and loved Mother, Sister, "Granny", Aunt and Friend, is survived by her son, Bryan Edward Mooney; daughter, Erika Marie Mooney; brothers, Arnie Haugen and Gary Haugen; cousin aka sister, Tillie Simpson; grandchildren, Emily Marie Gaston, Gregory Edward Horenstein, and Nicholas Jacob Horenstein; niece, Charlee Haugen; nephew, Rydar Haugen, and many many friends. She also leaves behind her greatly loved cat, NicNic. She was a devout antique glass enthusiast. In her free time, she was an avid recipe collector whom enjoyed cooking, volunteering at Habitat for Humanity and going to Trivia nights with friends. Her warm smile will be imbedded in our hearts forever. ❤

Posted by Erika Mooney - Marysville, WA - daughter   May 18, 2019