Danielle Louise (Hoffman) Batteate was born on September 14, 1981, and passed away at the age of 41 on February 17, 2023. Danielle fought a long hard battle in the hospital prior to her passing at the Alexander Cohen house in Hughson, Calif. Danielle is survived by her husband, Dustin Batteate, parents Rawn and Alice Hoffman, and sisters Erica Schulte and Laura Bordessa.
Danielle and Dustin were together for 19 years, marrying in 2010. Danielle was born and raised in Pacifica, Calif., where she graduated from Terra Nova High School in 1999. Danielle and Dustin built a life together in Oakdale, Calif., where they found a great community and made lifelong friends.
Danielle has three sons, Michael, Dominic and Donivin,whom she fiercely loved. She followed them in sports and even coached two of them in Pop Warner football. She was a proud parent in the stands at every game while watching high school football. She also found time to pursue her love for gardening and was very good at it.
Danielle had an extended family of nieces, nephews and cousins. She was always there to lend a helping hand and was loved dearly by all. She spent hours working cattle at the Batteate cattle ranch. Danielle was a hardworking, loving mother and a truly genuine friend to all ages. Anyone who knew her would agree they were lucky to have her as a part of their life.
Danielle will be deeply missed here on earth by her family and friends, but her memory will live on forever.
A celebration of life will be held for Danielle at 11 a.m. on March 16, at Enclave Community Church, 581 E. Canal Dr., Turlock, Calif.
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