Diane Legendre Fagan (1937 - 2014)

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Diane Legendre Fagan was escorted to her heavenly home by her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on June 4, 2014. Diane was born in New Orleans, Louisiana on May 22, 1937. Diane grew up in New Orleans, went to Loyola Marymount College in Tarrytown, New York and returned to New Orleans where she married her loving husband of 54 years, Richard (Dick) Harrison Fagan, in 1959. Diane and Dick moved from New Orleans to Baton Rouge in 1975 where they made many lifelong friends. They moved to Houston, Texas in 2006 to be closer to one of their daughters, her husband, and their three sons.
Diane (known by her grandchildren and friends as MeMe) was a gracious and loving wife, mother, and grandmother. Diane enjoyed gift-giving, fishing, family vacations in Destin, and enthusiastically cheering on her grandchildren's sports teams and her beloved LSU Tigers baseball team. Diane was born again through a personal relationship with her Lord Jesus Christ, and enjoyed opening her home for Bible studies with friends and family. Through Diane's humble and faithful service many others came to know Jesus Christ.
Diane is survived by her husband and three daughters: Marion Fagan Skalley and husband, Tom, of Everett, Washington, Diane (Dee Dee) Fagan Robinson and husband, Steve, of Houston, Texas, and Robin Fagan Wiggins and husband, Ryan, of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Diane is also survived by six grandchildren: Caroline Skalley, Beau Skalley, Ragan Robinson, William Robinson, Courtney Skalley and Fischer Robinson; and by sisters Marion Legendre Winstead of Baltimore, Maryland and Louise Legendre Ross of Richmond, Virginia. Diane was preceded in death by her parents, J. Marion Legendre and Octavie Tiblier Legendre.
A celebration of Diane's life will be held in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on Saturday, June 28, 2014 at 11:00 am at the Walden Clubhouse. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that charitable contributions be made in honor of Diane to Discovery Foundation, a Christian foundation which played a significant role in Diane coming to know Jesus Christ personally. Contributions should be mailed to Discovery Foundation, 21514 Shalom Lane, Springfield, LA 70462.

Funeral Home
Claire Brothers Funeral Home
7901 Hillcroft Avenue Houston, TX 77081
(713) 271-7250
Funeral Home Details
Published in Houston Chronicle on June 15, 2014
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