OBITUARY

Denise Ione Morosin Blonstein

January 11, 1958July 31, 2018
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Denise Ione Morosin Blonstein, age 60, passed away July 31, 2018 in Houston, Texas. She was born on January 11, 1958 in Houston, Texas to Michael and Ione May (Frye) Morosin, who predeceased her. She is survived by her loving husband of 31 years David Samuel Blonstein of Houston, Texas. She is also survived by their sons, Dustin Blonstein and fiance Laura Thomann and Dalton Blonstein, step daughter Shawnna Blonstein Torres and husband Dennis Torres, step son Shad Blonstein, stepdaughter Shea and husband Kevin Land; grandchildren Hunter Smith, Tristan Blonstein and Scarlett Land; Denise's brothers Michael Lynn Morosin, Kevin Morosin, Dennis Morosin and wife Brenda Morosin; nieces and nephews, Detra Morosin, Tracy Schwindt Moore, Heather and Justin Gordon, Dennis Jay and Laura Morosin, Mike and Melanie Morosin; cousins and second cousins.

Denise was raised in the Oak Forest area of Houston, Texas and attended Oak Forest Elementary School, F.M. Black Junior High and was a proud graduate with the class of 1976 from S. P. Waltrip Senior High School. She continued her education and studied at Blinn College. During her school years she was a very active athlete on the volleyball, softball, swimming, and diving teams, including the YMCA, Oaks Dads Club as well as her schools. She also enjoyed bowling at the Knights of Columbus State Tournaments and loved playing softball. She was actively involved in St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Ladies Auxiliary, Children’s Liturgy and Italian Club. She was a true Aggie fan and a member of the Aggie Mom Club (Whoop!).

She worked for the Cypress Fairbanks ISD as a diagnostication/SLP secretary at Hopper Middle School. In addition she worked as an official/referee with softball and volleyball with the Texas Association of Sports Officials.

Denise has served many years with the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, currently holding her Lifetime Committee Badge. She has volunteered countless hours with the Special Children's Committee and Souvenir Program Committee. She is also a member of the Beefpokers BBQ Team where she has worked with her brother Kevin in competive BBQ cookoffs, including the World's Championship Bar-Be-Que Contest in Houston, Texas.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, August 9, 2018
  • Mass of Christian Burial Friday, August 10, 2018
  • Rite of Committal Friday, August 10, 2018
REMEMBERING

Denise Ione Morosin Blonstein

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Briana Tolbert

September 11, 2018

Ms. Denise was a beautiful, amazing woman. She brought sparkle to everything! I am so sad to hear of her passing. The Cy Fair community lost a sweet lady, but the sky gained a star. I'll miss seeing her at my volleyball matches.

David Bement

August 12, 2018

I am truly saddened to learn of my life long friend Denise's passing. Our memories go back 45 years. She always had a smile that would light up any room. She will truly be missed.
May she rest in peace.

Gloria Wilburn

August 8, 2018

Such a loving girl. She and Angela had to leave this world too soon. She was a good Girl Scout. Gloria Wilburn

Karen Pitts Spaulding

August 6, 2018

I shared many aspects of my life with Denise from school, sports and rodeo/and many dances. She lived life to its fullest and was always a ray of sunshine when with her. She'll be missed by many.

Kimberly Simmons

August 6, 2018

Mrs. Blonstein you will be missed dearly. I appreciate the conversations we had and will always remember that smile. May God wrap his arm around the Blonstein family in your time of bereavement.

Jo-Ann Schroeder

August 6, 2018

Denise will be surely missed. She was so full of life and energy. I am sure that she is in the arms of Our Lord. It was such a pleasure working with Denise on Waltrip's 50th Reunion. All my love & prayers go out to her Family.
Love,
Mike & Jo-Ann Schroeder

Richard Hale

August 3, 2018

I will always remember the fun times we had in high school and visiting with you at the Houston rodeo. I saw the pictures from our last reunion where I was dancing with you and Linda. You will be missed.

Richard

ALICE FUENTES MAY

August 3, 2018

I'm so sorry to hear about your family loss. Denise was one of my bestest childhood neighbor friend and I smile at all the cherished memories I have of her. Especially teaching Karen/myself how to drive her VW Beetle, which was standard transmission. Going to Tin Hall we would argue who was going to have a turn--LOL. She introduced me to country western music venues like Bill Mraz and Dancetown as well. Oh what fun times we all had so now she is dancing in heaven with her parents and my dad too Rudy A. Fuentes--how awesome is that!! Prayers to your family and till we meet again Denise my friend!!

Kresha Bishop

August 3, 2018

I remember Denise mostly from softball and umpiring. She was always upbeat and such a sweet lady. May God hold you now in his loving arms. Thoughts and prayers for Denise's family during their time of grief. God Bless you all.

Telina Ditzig

August 2, 2018

Denise was such an inspiring lady! From softball, umpiring and church she gave so much! To her husband, son's and family you are all in my prayers and may God be with you all!!