Dietz, Amanda K.

February 10, 1981 - September 12, 2021

Amanda K. Dietz entered heavenly rest and sat at the feet of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on September 12, 2021 at the age of 40. She was born on February 10, 1981 in Johnson City, TX. She was a resident of Kingwood, TX for the past 16 years.

Amanda devoted her life to her family. She was a nurse at CHI Saint Luke’s Health – The Woodlands Hospital. She was known for her love, compassion and being a wonderful friend. If you knew Amanda, then you really knew her big bear hugs and larger than life smile and belly laugh. Amanda made everyone feel like the most important person in the world.

Amanda leaves behind a devoted, loving husband, Sean Dietz, and four adoring children, Tyler, Colton Paul, Avery and Sammy. Surviving immediate family are her mother and step father, Becky and Brian Van Haselen of Spring Branch, TX; sister, Kimberly Werner of Richmond, TX; brothers, Tye and Lesley Bragg of Smithville, MO, Jason and Mari Van Haselen of Oslo, Norway, and Kyle and Abigail Van Haselen of San Antonio, TX; and a large family of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.

A celebration of life for Amanda will be held on Thursday, September 23rd, at 1:00 pm at the Woodlands Church Atascocita Campus, 18111 W. Lake Houston Pkwy, Humble, TX 77346. In lieu of flowers, memorial fund donations can be made to assist her family at

https://gofund.me/3f84924f.

Service Information

A celebration of life for Amanda will be held on Thursday, September 23rd, at 1:00 pm at the Woodlands Church Atascocita Campus, 18111 W. Lake Houston Pkwy, Humble, TX 77346.

8 replies on “Dietz, Amanda K.”

Evelyn Diaz Weaver says:

I will miss her dearly, she was a wonderful friend n will be forever in my heart ❤️ God. Bless her, she is in Gods arms n care may she Rest In Peace.

Beth Longo says:

Sweet Amanda, you will be greatly missed. I’m so happy we were able to reconnect and will ALWAYS remember your beautiful smile your loud, nose scrunching laugh and always think of you when I hear Weezers Buddy Holly (Beth and Amandaaa) Beautiful girl I know you’ll be many’s guardian angel. I’m grateful I was able to know you, to know you is to love you. Rest peacefully beauty! I love you and miss you always.

Meredith Cors says:

We will be covering the Dietz family in prayer and love. Thank you for loving people, especially your family, so very well, Amanda.

Claudia Schramm says:

Amanda,her mother Becky and I go back to El Paso days when she was still in high school. I watched her high school win the Nationals in a cheerleading contest. Becky and I were so very proud and excited! Becky was like a daughter to me.She was a fighter and such a kind and gentle soul.I am happy and thankful that we reconnected on Facebook.It was truly a blessing. Rest easy my beautiful friend and spread your wings.I will always cherish our memories together. I love you and miss you so much already. God speed Amanda. 🙏😇💜

Claudia Schramm says:

Amanda,her mother Becky and I go back to El Paso days when she was still in high school. I watched her high school win the Nationals in a cheerleading contest. Becky and I were so very proud and excited for her and the team! Amanda was like a daughter to me.She was such a fighter and a kind and gentle soul.I am happy and thankful that we reconnected on Facebook.It was truly a blessing. Rest easy my beautiful friend and spread your wings.I will always cherish our memories together. I love you and miss you so much already. God speed Amanda. 🙏😇💜

DeOnza Moore says:

Amanda was AMAZING!! We worked together and from the first time I met her I knew. She and I would surprise each other at work with little gifts or maybe just a note, a card, or a bracelet! She was so giving and she helped me to see how grace, compassion, and laughter made the day so much better. I miss her so very much! Til we meet again my beautiful friend. Love you forever and always.

Peggy Aalund says:

Renee Key and I were at the Celebration of Amanda’s life. We were two of her nursing instructors at LSC Kingwood. Amanda was loved and respected by her many instructors. We are praying for comfort and peace in her loving memories.

Jason Hill says:

Ms Amanda was my nurse. She made an incredible impact on my care. I nominated her for a special recognition award. This is what I wrote. It is my sincere hope and prayer, that the God of all comfort, bring peace to the those suffering her loss.

“Amanda has been my day shift nurse for all 4 days since my admission. About 24 hours after being admitted, I developed an extremely painful neurological condition, unrelated to the reason for my admission. Amanda was exceptionally compassionate and empathetic. She listened intently to my description of the symptoms I was experiencing. Although I was overwhelmed physically and emotionally, she listened with both sympathy and kindness. With great care and warmth, she reassured me she understood what I was experiencing. When it seemed that my interaction with the attending physician concerning my treatment, didn’t meet my expectations and needs, Amanda became a vocal and determined advocate on my behalf. Shortly after, a treatment plan was ordered that met my pain management needs as well as they could possibly be met, under the circumstances.

Amanda helped alleviate an unbearable situation with not only her determination that I received needed treatment, but also with her warmth, tender care, encouraging demeanor and big smile that was evident despite the mask. She also encouraged the night shift nurse to continue with the same level of prompt, comprehensive, and uplifting care. She’s a rock-star and I can’t imagine a better example of what a compassionate, caring and competent health care provider can be, or a more deserving nurse for special recognition.”

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