“Dear Dick - We are so sad to hear the passing of your adorable Dianne - our heart goes out to you - we always remember how gracious you both were to us when we were in Charleston - we always wanted to model ourselves after you and Dianne - though time has passed you have never been forgotten by us and you will be in our hearts forever - love judi and russ sayles
“Dear Dick, Andy, Rick, I am so sorry about Dianne's passing. Way too early! I will remember Dianne for her tremendous heart and knack for putting people at ease. Dianne took me on a rotation when I was in pharmacy school and I still feel proud for the experience. Thinking of you.
“We were so sorry to hear of her passing. May the Lord give comfort and peace as needed. Let us know if you need anything during this difficult time. Russ and Lorry Strehlow
“I am a former nurse who worked with Dianne at Methodist. I admired her great knowledge, caring nature and friendly personality! I worked the night shift, and it brightened up my early mornings when I saw her walking down the hall. My deepest sympathy goes out to your family at this sad time.
“Dear Dick, Andy, and Rick, Dianne is and always will be a priceless friend, colleague, leader, and pharmacist. A priceless life lost too too early. I am sure her love and memories will live on forever but doesn't fill the void of her loss. My love, sympathy, and prayers are being sent your way. I will look to see her very shining star in the heavens. Best to all of you.
Mary Beth O'Connell
“I worked with Dianne at Methodist Hospital for 16 years, [ now in OREGON] and it really brings sadness in my heart and tears to my eyes learning about her departure.Sometimes we all wonder why the LORD calls all the good people from this world to his Kingdom so early.
May be he has a reason.We are all praying for Dianne and extend our heartiest condolences to her Family
and Friends in this Difficult time.
May Lord bless her soul in Heaven
FIROZ , NAFISA...
“Dear family of Dianne, I am so saddened to hear of Dianne's passing. I was blessed to have worked with her at Methodist. Her knowledge was unsurpassed and countless times she was there for me and made my job so much easier. I'll never forget her. I hope knowing how much of a difference she made in so many lives will give you consolation. You have my deepest sympathy.
“Dick, Rick and Andy: I am very sorry to for your loss. Dianne was a pharmacy school classmate. I can picture her in class and meetings from way back then - she was so enthusiastic about pharmacy! You are in my prayers.
“Dear Dick and Family,
My deepest sympathy. I am unable to attend visitation or services to offer my personal condolences. Your loss is in my heart. My thoughts and prayers for you and my family.
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Brundage, Dianne M. (nee Lukes), age 59 of St. Paul, on July 22, 2012. Preceded in death by her parents, Lawrence & Vera; and siblings, Kathleen & David. Survived by husband, Dick; sons, Rick & Andy; caregivers and sisters-in-law, Sandy & Sheree; other family; and many close...Read More