Diana C. Stadtmiller (Swinglehurst)
Wednesday 25th March 2015.
to all Dianas Family, belated condolences to you all, the last time I saw Diana was at least 22 years ago, she grew up with my Sister and her Dad Richard was our family Doctor, Ricky and I were friends as teeneagers all in the days of Park Road Staines England. My mother was a great family friend with Richard and Constance..Mabel and John Dunkley. on behalf of all our family I am sending this note, I learnt of her demise while trawling the Internet and wanted to let you know that from afar she will never be forgotten.My own Mother passed 20 years ago and never a day passes that I dont miss her. Thank you for sharing these wonderful photographic memories for us all to keep Diana close to us .Warmest wishes & Kindest regards Lynn Lockhart (nee Dunkley), strangely I also live in Norwich ...Norfolk UK.
To Diana's family...deepest condolences for your loss. We are long-time guests of Steamboat and just learned of her passing as we went to make reservations for our 25th wedding anniversary celebration. We are so very sad that our most favorite Steamboat person has passed, but comforted by memories of her wonderful spirit, unending kindness, and beautiful smiling face. Our prayers are with you.
Diana touched my families hearts each time we stayed at the Steamboat Inn. She had a heart of gold and a personality to light up a room. God bless her and her family.
Peter and family,
We all remember Diana helping our grandmother with her dresses and great times at Shenecossett Beach years ago. So sorry for your loss.
Dear Nikki,Peter,Rich and family, I meet your Mom when we worked together at the Mystic Seaport and from that moment on, we became great friends. As I read the messages in the guest book I realized how many people this beautiful soul touched...Diana loved the symbol of the sun and one day I remember asking her why she loved the Sun so much and she replied," It makes me happy! Diana's warmth and shining light of her soul embraced all of us. And that light will shine forever...Your in our prayers, DiAnn and Bob Morrison, Clayton, North Carolina