You will be loved and remembered by your family and friends forever. Love and strength to you my brother Don. Love you Diana (Sis)
My deepest condolences to Don, Devon and Sean and all of Dianna's grand kids and Mom and Dad, Frances & Dave and brothers Donald and Daniel & their kids over the untimely loss of sweet Dianna. She left this earth far too early for everyone involved. May her memories last a lifetime and her spirit be with you all going forward.
Dianna changed the way I view my own life. She helped me see the good despite the bad, helped me to feel joy despite my sorrows. Thank you for your influence and example. God bless you and your family.
Well Dianna, I am your sister in law, but we never got to meet and I am very sorry about that. But you spent your life with my wonderful brother who loves you so very much. Now you are with my wonderful husband. My name is also Diana with one "N". Also I live in Duarte, we had a lot in common, my brother, name, and town. Love; Diana Lynn
Dianna, I was one of your bridesmaids at your wedding! You were kind and wonderful then, and I can see you have remained kind and true to the end of your earthly days! Your family is in my prayers, rest in peace my old friend, until we meet again.
I love you so very much. I miss you even more. You made my life worth living. You made me a better person, and you were my ying to your yang, you completed me.
I know that you are in a better place, and you always said that you would not be ready to go until you have finished what your Heavenly Father wanted you to do... well, I guess you finally completed that task for him, and you are now blessing other peoples lives within his kingdom. The boys and I are doing as well as can be expected. I look forward to the day that we can be together again and spend the rest of our existence together. I love you, always have and always will. Always and Forever.
You were a wonderful, special woman who could always make me smile. I wished I had the chance to say good bye. I love and miss you very much. R.I.P
I worked with Dianna at Walmart! She was a wonderful woman.. She will be missed...RIP Dianna..
Dianna was and is my friend, she was a true friend to my wife Devera who was called home almost 5 years ago this month and is there to greet Dianna on the other side of the veil. Don I have always considered you as a friend as well. Don I know how difficult it is to be left behind and unable to be near our love one, but the time will pass quickly and it will be but a blink of an eye when you are reunited with Dianna in the hereafter. I am always here, just pick up the phone and I'll help in any way I can. God bless you and comfort you till you are with Dianna in Heaven!
Your family is in my prayers.
A beautiful soul, taken far to soon.
We will miss you, until we meet again. Love ya...
Don and I grew up together in San Leandro. When I was in 6th grade we moved to the Manor, where I met Diana and we became fast friends. I took her to church with me a few times and she really enjoyed it. Eventually, my family moved back to the other side of San Leandro and soon Diana and her family followed suit. She continued to attend church and she and Don fell in love and got married Senior year. I had the pleasure of being in their wedding and witnessing their inescapable love. Soon Devon was conceived and Don was sent to Hawaii to serve our country.
I have fond memories of my teen years with Diana. She was a funny, good friend and I was thrilled that she found a lifemate in my dear childhood friend, Don. I will always know that their love was destined to be... I look forward to seeing her again someday...
With all the Aloha I can muster,
Suz (Truitt) Rundle