Hinsch, Rozanna Swaim

July 1, 1931 - September 30, 2015

The night of September 30, 2015 our Mom, Rozanna Swaim Hinsch began preparing to join the love of her life in Heaven. She passed peacefully with a smile on her face, knowing how much she was loved.

Mom had worked for Sears during the early years of her marriage to Lincoln.  Together they raised our family.  She was a stay-at-home mom until she got all of her children in school and then went to work with DISD until her retirement in 1999 .  Mom meant so much to so much many people.  To us, she was a great mom, mother -in-law, Gran, GG Mom and friend.

Rozanna is survived by her daughter Susan, and her husband James Dominy of Dallas, their children: Justin & Malina Johnson  and their son Jay Ryan Johnson of Dallas,  Jordan Johnson of Dallas, Courtney Johnson  and her son Kade Milan Sanchez of Dallas, Brad & Mimi Dominy of Dallas, Angie and John Harris  along with their daughters Kayla, Karson and Caroline of Burleson;  son Steve and his wife Hollis along with their son Chrismon Durham Hinsch of Athens, Georgia; son Scott and his wife Kerry  along with their son Jack Lincoln Hinsch and daughter,Hannah Joy Hinsch of Sammamish, Washington.  Along with her children, she is survived by her church community, extended family, numerous friends and neighbors that all loved and cared for her so much.

Mom, we wish you fun times with Dad as you two reconnect in Heaven. Have fun and dance like nobody is watching. We all love you so very much.

Arrangements are under the direction of
ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75252

11 replies on “Hinsch, Rozanna Swaim”

Paula Huffaker says:

I was privileged to know Rozanna and Lincoln…what a blessing they were to me personally, and to Spring Valley Methodist Church. Rozanna’s sweet presence will be missed by many.

Susan White says:

Growing up two doors down from the Hinsch’s I have a million memories of Rozanna and the whole family. I am so happy that we have stayed in touch over the years. I know she is at peace now and with her beloved, Lincoln. Much love to the family.

Gwen & Don Bowen says:

Rozanna and Lincoln were a joy to know at Spring Valley United Methodist Church. Her sweet smile and loving care will truly be missed.

Barbara Foster Underwood says:

In 1989 I went to work for Hair Tech and met Rozanna. I became her hairdresser and friend. She followed me to seven different salons. We had many laughs and a few tears. While Lincoln was alive Rozanna’s parting words to me were Lincoln said “Tell Barbara hi” and then she’d kiss and tell me she loved me. I will miss her.

Kathy & Tony Castillo says:

Rozanna was a dear sweet neighbor that had a wonderful humor. She will be missed but know that she is healthy and happy with Lincoln.

Joe & Debbi Rust says:

Susan, We are very sorry to hear about your mom. She was such a sweet person.

Marjorie Shaw says:

Rozanna was such a help to me when I was a new teacher at Woodrow. I will always remember her smile and kindness.

Louis Benavidez Jr. says:

Mrs. Hinsch was always so professional and kind; she helped me so much my first teaching year at Woodrow Wilson; she will always be a good memory, and now, she will join my wife, Dolores, and they will praise Jesus together.

Ralph & Bobbie Detwiler says:

Susan, Scott & Steve, you three were so privileged to have had such wonderful loving parents as Lincoln and Rozanna. They both loved their family and their church family so much. We will miss your mom in our Beacon Sunday School class at Spring Valley UMC.
We know that Rozanna has joined her beloved Lincoln and they are now among the saints in heaven.

Joseph and Jerry Turecky says:

Our friendship with Rozanna came from our membership in the Beacon Sunday School class. She and Lincoln were two that could take command of the room when they walked in. Her smile was her welcome mat and she never said “hello” without that smile to back it up. I learned that Rozanna was an Oak Cliff and Sunset High School graduate like myself. That made her special. When diagnosed with cancer and months of chemotherapy, I was the recipient of many cards from the Beacon members. A card from Rozanna came week, after week, after week, and always enclosed with a personal, handwritten note for my recovery. I know that your turmoil has turned to joy as you join your forever love, Lincoln, where the stars never stop their shinning.

Robert (BOb ) Killam says:

Sorry to.hear about your mom , Susan ! I remember your
Parents thru all the years at Mark Twain , Atwell and Carter
They were the best It was a great time to grow up and have friends from kindergarten thru high school

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