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Diane L. Toogood Obituary
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July 19, 2018

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January 14, 2017
I am so sorry to hear we have lost Diane. Although We have not been close in recent years I often think of her and smile. Diane was a best friend in school and always brought a special energy and honesty always. She was Mama Mel to me and this is a great lost to all. She worked hard to bring us all together an I will always think of her and smile. I will miss her. My condolences to Mike, Craig and family.
Ron Bovio
January 6, 2017
To all of Diane's family,
I was so sorry to hear of Diane's passing, she was so full of life and funny, easy to talk to. I did not see her often but when I did it was memorable. She loved all of you so much. I think I met her in 1967 at Collingswood dance with Diane Petty. She was great.

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January 5, 2017
Michael, Jim, Ryan Craig and family,
I send my deepest condolences about Diane. I first "met" Diane in the pages of Western & Eastern Treasure Magazine as I've been an avid detectorist for 30+ years. I didn't know there were other women/girls out there who loved it as much as I did. Reading about Diane's finds gave me the courage to overcome my shyness and attend a SJMDC meeting. I remember meeting her that first night and she was so excited and enthusiastic about showing me her finds. Sadly we were never able to detect together. Diane's displays were certainly something I looked forward to seeing at club meetings. My last contact with Diane was during Spring/Summer 2015 when she started texting me in support of my chemo (I was treated for a non-cancerous condition). I was very touched and appreciative that she reached out and supported me during such a difficult time for her. And that is what I'll remember about Diane...yes, I first met her because of her stories of finding gold, but I'll always remember her because of her heart of gold. Keeping you all in my prayers,
January 4, 2017
Michael, Jim, Ryan, Craig and families
I write this note with a heavy heart. I can't imagine how difficult it must be for you. Our prayers and thoughts go out to you and your families. I know there is not much we can say about Diane that you and your families do not already know. I would like to share something about Diane with you, from a time before she became the loving bride, mother and grandmother that you know so well. My connection with Diane was during her days attending 3HS.
Looking back, I realized Diane possessed an intrinsic attribute that very few people share with her. She was especially good at crossing those imaginary boundary lines that clustered people into all those smaller groups in high school. Her interaction went much deeper than merely being friendly and outgoing. She had this unique ability to make you feel like a friend, no matter what group you were in. I would think she carried this special ability with her as her life venues changed, helping to make Diane the special lady that will be deeply missed by so many people.
Again, Mary and I express our deepest condolences to you and your families.