Dear Michelle, Lauren and Komatsu family,
I extend my deepest sympathy to you both, your father, and extended family on the passing of your mother. When you both studied piano, I always admired that she drove such a distance! I know she was proud of your advancement too! Someday, you will be taking your children for piano lessons (maybe closer to home). After my mother died, I have prayed to her every night. It is comforting for me to discuss things with her. May God bless you and keep you all in His care. Love always, Mrs. B (Bruning)
We wanted to express our condolences on the passing of Diane, your daughter, wife, mother, sister, and friend. She was always so very kind, and we wish you peace during this difficult time.
Brian, Kassandra, Lily, & Evangeline Weleck
Auntie Billie, Warren, Gary, Michelle, Lauren, and Jeannie,
Diane is such a great person. It is hard to believe her passing. It seems that just a little while ago we were all young and gathering at the farm.
I will remember her as a quiet and sweet person. Things that happen in life are beyond are understanding. It seems she should have had much more years.
We pray for your comfort. We know because of Jesus we will see her in heaven with Uncle Soon, Uncle Jack, Uncle Harry, my dad, Greg and other that have went before us.
Our love always,
Marshall, Jeanette and Mark
I had the pleasure of working with Diane for 8 years. She was always very pleasant and willing to help in any way she could. She will be missed my many. You're entire family are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. May the memories of her stay close to your hearts always.
Dear Warren, Michelle and Lauren,
Please know that your mother was loved and will be missed by so many people. Diane has the biggest heart and shared it with everyone. She was kind and oh so gentle. I will miss her sweet smile. Sending you my love and sympathy. Cindi