Tonya Lynn Hart

Tonya Lynn Hart

Moscow, Latah County, Idaho, USA
Death 11 Dec 2001 (aged 21)
Moscow, Latah County, Idaho, USA
Cenotaph Moscow, Latah County, Idaho, USA
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Tonya Hart, 21, Moscow resident
Dec 15, 2001
Tonya Lynn Hart, a lifelong Moscow resident, died Tuesday evening at her home in Moscow, Idaho. She was 21.

Tonya was born April 11, 1980, in Moscow. She graduated from Moscow High School in 1998. Following graduation she moved to Lewiston to attend Lewis-Clark State College. She moved back to Moscow last year and for the past year and one-half had been working at Milestone Decisions as a caregiver. Tonya loved her job where she became attached to both her co-workers and clients. In her spare time, Tonya liked to make her own clothes, draw, read and hang out with both her friends and her boyfriend. It was apparent that art was a large part of her life by the numerous tattoos that adorned her body. Tonya's dream was to someday move to Portland and become a nurse.

Survivors omitted per Find a Grave policy.

Tonya was very close to her family and was known to spend a lot of time with them. To all who knew her she was considered a great daughter, sister and friend. She will be greatly missed.

A memorial service will be held Saturday, Dec. 22 at 11 a.m. at Short's Funeral Chapel in Moscow. The Rev. Kathy Lee Kramer of the Elmore United Methodist Church will officiate.
Tonya was a homicide victim. The man who was convicted of her murder was sentenced to life in prison.


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  • Maintained by: Lance Ramsey-Roberts
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  • Find a Grave Memorial 92777005
  • Find a Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Tonya Lynn Hart (11 Apr 1980–11 Dec 2001), Find a Grave Memorial no. 92777005, citing Moscow Cemetery, Moscow, Latah County, Idaho, USA ; Maintained by Lance Ramsey-Roberts (contributor 50694968) .