Diane went home to be with Jesus on Oct. 9, 2012, surrounded by her family.
Born Oct. 19, 1950, she was the daughter of Gladys E. Fulkerson, with whom she resided in Honesdale, and the late Charles L. Fulkerson. Diane is survived by her brother, Gary Fulkerson and his wife Bonnie and sister-in-law Emmy Lou Mitchell, her daughter Kimberly Speed and her loving son-in-law Jon and her four precious grandchildren, Veronica, Samantha, Charles and Jonathan, who were the light of her life.
She is also survived by nieces and nephews Vickie Fulkerson, Art Rutledge,Melanie and John Branston, Rebecca and Gregg Senft and Ticia and Mike Rothrock, as well as several great nieces and nephews. Also left behind are cousins Corky Myers,
Jim and Terri Fulkerson (all of Honesdale), uncle Ron Eagle, Les and Andrew Garrison and family, Linda and Vic Conduit and family, Susan Eagle, David Eagle and family (all of England), Diane's best friend Gail and her husband Ron Sayre and many
other neighbors and friends. Diane was predeceased by her beloved aunt in England, Doris Eagle, and longtime friend Sue Rodearmel of Connecticut.
Diane was blessed with a loving family, a precious church family at Grace Church and a caring and supportive work family at Indian Head Camp. She loved to bowl and play golf (many bus trips to Myrtle Beach), read books on her Nook, watch John Wayne
movies, MASH and NCIS and was the painter of many rooms at both her home and her daughter's home.
Diane's family is touched by the outpouring of love from all who knew her and would like to invite you to a memorial service and celebration of life at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4 at the Honesdale Golf Club, 121 Golf Hill Rd., Honesdale, 18431.
In lieu of flowers please send donations to either Diane's home church: Grace Church, 9287 Route 97, Callicoon, N.Y. 12723; or to Jon and Kim's church in Syracuse: Christ is King Baptist Church, 1812 Valley Drive, Syracuse, N.Y., 13207.
Arrangements are attended by the Arthur A. Bryant Funeral Home, 1228 Main Street Honesdale, Pa 18431.
Published in Wayne Independent on Oct. 11, 2012