Dianne-MEIXNER-Obituary

Dianne Lynn MEIXNER

Hudson, WI, Minnesota

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Just now I was made aware of Diane's passing.

She definately made a difference in other people's lives.

I hold her and her family in prayers of light and love.

Dean Muesing

Dianne was an ANGEL.....I feel extremely blessed to have known her as my therapist. Her technique as a therapist was unique and exclusivly her own. She was a fountain of beauty inside and out. Her wisdom and knowledge was phenomenal..yet, she remained humbled. I will be forever grateful for all that she has taught me, and for providing me with tools to cultivate my lessons. Her encouragement, support, care, concern, and empathy made her loveable. Along with the many huggs she gave and...

Today I heard of Dianne's passing. It was a shock to me. My sincere sympathy to the family of Dianne Meixner. I have been fighting depression for over 30 years. Two years ago I was fortunate to meet Dianne Meixner. Dianne was the first person to actually have an effect on me. She is wholly responsible for the path of healing I have travelled. I remember the hugs at the end of the sessions. I remember the disheveled look she would have when she was a few minutes late, usually because of the...

Dianne's art therapy class was one of the highlights of my master's program at St. Mary's. Her gentle warmth and sense of humor, combined with her expertise, created an inspiring and accepting atmosphere for learning and personal growth. She was an accomplished healer and I am sad to know she's gone. I send my deepest condolences to her family.

I am saddened by hearing about Diane's passing, but grateful that I was able to learn art therapy techniques from her in the MFT Program at St. Mary's University. My thoughts and well wishes are extended to her friends and family.

With sincere condolences,

Brian Zirngible, LMFT

What a shock to hear about Dianne, you have mt deepest sympathy. Dianne went with me on my tour to the Czech Republic many years ago. It awoke a interest in her heritage, which I hope her family will continue......

My deepest sympathy to her family.

Dianne was a colleague and I am very saddened to hear of her passing. We took training courses in EMDR together and were paired up as partners for practicing. I will always remember that she helped me resolve a recurrent nightmare that I'd had since I was a teenager.

I enjoyed keeping in touch with her over the years and occasionally getting together for lunch or tea.

She was a wonderful person and will be missed.

Marge Charmoli

Dianne was a lovely person....we worked at United Hospital together several years ago. She worked with the adults in the partial program while I worked in the adolescent program with the teens. She was so talented as a therapist and an artist. The dolls she created from children's drawing were amazing. The world will miss her light....

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Dianne's Obituaries

Age 61 of Hudson, WI Passed away March 4, 2013 at the Fairview University Hospital in Minneapolis, MN. Dianne was born August 12, 1951; the daughter of Richard and Marlis (Freeman) Meixner. Dianne graduated from Owatonna High School, class of 1969. She went on to further her education at Iowa...

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