Tina M. Naaktgeboren
  • Born on: July 26, 1952
  • Departed on: December 15, 2008
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Tina M. Naaktgeboren

Tina Marie Naaktgeboren, 52, of 604 1st. St. in Newhall passed away peacefully on Monday Dec. 15, 2008 at the University of Iowa Hospitals surrounded by her family after a courageous year long battle with cancer. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at Noon on Saturday at the Newhall Main Park Pavillion. The Cremation Society of Eastern-Central-Western Iowa in charge of arrangements. Tina was born on July 26, 1956 in Cedar Rapids, the daughter of Clarence and Betty Jane Countryman. The loving wife of Mark Naaktgeboren and devoted mother of Branden Whiting, Brooklyn Whiting (Lance Borseth), Brittany Whiting beloved sister of Janie (Harold) Hymer, Debbie (Russ) Brown, Peggy (Roger) Reeves, Jackie (John) Conner and Darlene (Dale) Rhodes. Beloved grandmother to Rebecca and Leah Whiting as well as many nieces and nephews. Tina was a bus driver for College Community for many years. She also drove dump truck for many years. She worked for Hy-Vee and for the past 7 years worked at Mailing Services in Cedar Rapids. Tina was a loving wife, mother, sister, aunt, grandmother, and friend. She touched so many people along the way. She loved spending time with her family, friends and her dog "Max". She loved to crochet, fish, play games, do puzzles, shopping, gardening, cooking, and canning salsa. She loved to collect dolphins and lighthouses. In lieu of flowers please make donations to Brooklyn Whiting, 1803 Jana Dr. SW. Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52404.
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