Dianne was one of the happy spirits I could count on when visiting family and friends at Santa Fe Trail. Everyone knew her! She never stopped collecting friends. But most of all, family was the important glue in her life.
I am thinking of you as her life is being honored by all who were graced by her beautiful presence.
(sending my wishes from Philadelphia)
Condolence: Although I had seen Dianne mostly at reunions and on FB in recent years, she was bright reminder of love and kindness in this world.
We were in high school together--she was one year ahead of me. And, there too, she was also full of love and kindness. That will never be forgotten by the many of us who knew her and were touched by her.
I wish the family peace and comfort in their memories of her.
Condolence: Larry and I are sadden about Diane. Diane and I visited while our mothers were in rehab several years ago. I enjoyed all our visits. Diane was an angel and now has her wings and crown. Thank you for sharing Diane with me.
Condolence: Dianne always brought a bright spot of sunshine in our weekly meetings and will be MORE than missed. She was ever the encourager...ever the positive light that looked on the bright side. No one can fill the spot she had in our hearts and I offer to the family my condolences and sincerely thank GOD for her life on this earth and I know full well that no one can ever fill the spot emptied by her journey to heaven.
Condolence: Mrs Lanman was my 6th grade teacher at J. N. Long. She will always be one of my favorites. She not only was a teacher,she became my friend. She encouraged me to keep drawing and painting. I will always treasure the photo I have, giving her a Sunflower painting I did. Prayers of comfort and peace to family, and all who knew her.
Condolence: Dianne has been a friend since we were in diapers, and I will miss her so much. May God bless and keep her family. I know she is in heaven now, and probably sitting on a cloud with that sparkling smile and dancing eyes! I have so many memories of her, she will be missed. Rest In Peace, Dianne; and save a cloud for me!