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December 11, 2018

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January 28, 2018
Auntie Dianne,
I'm so glad for these last few months we spent together running around. I will miss hearing your squeaky voice telling me as I walk in your door it's going to be a bad day so watch yourself. The days are hard without you, but knowing you're no longer in pain makes the nights a little easier.
Every time I here Linda Ronstadt's It Doesn't Matter Anymore, takes me back to your kitchen on Fruitvale as you make ribs and macaroni salad for Dawn, Crystal and I to take to great America for lunch. That's the year I spent most of my summer with you and Dawn.
I want to thank you for all the time you gave to me it was the best gift I got from you, and you gave it without a second thought. Now it's time for you to be free of pain free from stress.
Our hearts break without you to mend them with your loving words, but our hearts are full of all the memories we have of you.
Never goodbye always love you see you later.
Love you, Cissy
January 23, 2018
Dianne was my oldest and best friend. My nickname, (that only we shared) , for her was "Goldie". We met when we were 12 years old and shared over 50 years of our lives together. So many good memories will surface whenever I think of her and bring a smile to my face.
My heart goes out to Dawn especially because she is like a daughter to me and I feel and grieve for her grief as well. To the family you have my sincere condolences. Remember to celebrate her life and try not to mornfor too long anyway.
To Goldie, Rest in Peace Old Friend. I will see you again on the other.
With Loving Memories.
Ida K
January 22, 2018
Dianne was always a beautiful open hearted woman. I remember all the fun and laughs we shared when Dianne, Robert, Dawn and my son Johari lived on Latona st. In the Bayview district in San Francisco. She taught me how to play card games like Gem Romey. Then beat me to death laughing and joking the whole time. I still think she felt sorry for me and let me win a couple of times... I met her and Dot in 1972 and we became instant friends trading wit and going back and forth with our smart mouths, doubling over laughing at each other. Never a hurt feeling because we enjoyed each other's company. We had Robert in tears laughing. Good times that will always be in my heart.
Dawn you always have an adopted uncle with an ear that will listen, regardless of the distance. (650) 823-8335. May God grant you the comfort and peace you and your family will need.
Lots of love, Haywood and Marcia Broussard.
January 21, 2018
I'm so sorry for u'r loss, Dianne was such a GR8 friend to me.I remember the Vacaville days on Holly lane when we'd play Mario brothers til the wee hours in the morning. Heck,one day we'd played ALL NIGHT LONG,I called in sick that morning and we continued our game,Such GR8 memories. I'll see you again on the other side. Love you.