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Dianna Brunson, 59, of Levy, SC peacefully passed away at her home on December 20th, 2017.

Dianna enjoyed quilting, crafting of any sort, baking, and spending time with her children, grandchildren, and her great grand child. After retiring from her 18 year career with the postal service, she spent her days custom quilting for friends and volunteering with Jasper County Abate and helping at the local food pantries. Although she loved the beach and fishing, her true passion was helping others and giving back to her community.

Dianna was born in Indianapolis, Indiana and is survived by her four children who loved her dearly; Jessica Clinton and her husband Jeremy Clinton of Ridgeland, SC, Jason Bentley of Breckinridge, CO, Jamison Bentley of Woodstock, CT, and Jillian Bentley of Miami, FL. She was a loving and caring grandmother to Jenna, Kaitlyn, Zoe, Emma, Lillian, and Mayzie. She was even blessed with a great-granddaughter, Ava Grace.

Also surviving her, is her mother, Verna Brunson, her three sisters; Deborah Quealy, Judy Trembley, and Jody Brunson, her brother, Ted Brunson, her best friend/lifetime family members Susan Stathers and Jeffery Stathers, and the many, many others who claim Dianna as their immediate family; some called her their mother or grandmother, but blood relations or not, Dianna took them all in and cared for them as her own.

Dianna will be sorely miss as she touched so many lives in her 59 short years. The world will not be the same without her caring acts of kindness and compassion that she shared towards everyone she met.

Services will be held at Sauls Funeral Home in Bluffton, South Carolina on Simmonsville Road on Friday, December 29th. The funeral services will begin at 3pm, but friends and family will be gathering at 2pm to greet everyone and share their memories of Dianna.

Friends and family are encouraged to stop by and pay their respects and celebrate Dianna's life by sharing all of the wonderful memories that were had with her over the years. It would mean the world to her family if everyone could gather together one last time to say goodbye to a truly wonderful and just all out amazing soul.
Published in Jasper County Sun on Jan. 3, 2018
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