DIANA-MILNE-Obituary

DIANA MILNE

Rockville, Maryland

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 Diana Helen Milne (Age 77)  Diana passed away peacefully on Saturday, March 2, 2019, with her many friends by her side. She is preceded in death by her parents, Thomas and Helen Milne and brother, Alastair. Born in New York and graduated from Martin Van Buren High School, Queens, NY. She...

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Diana was a good friend and golf partner at Leisure World. We will miss here terribly

Worked with Diana at Corporate Headquarters for many years. She was first notable for her effervescent, happy personality. Always made it a good spot for others to be around. Definitely made the world better.

Diana was such a lovely friend, so generous and aways making a dinner out such a special time. She had a wonderful sense of style and I will miss her sense of humor, her smiling face and her love of all things Scottish. xx

Diana was a great friend and we had many good times over the years playing golf at Needwood and going on our many golf vacations. Diana was always generous and kind and a lot of fun. We will miss her very much.

Diana was a loyal member of the Auxiliary of the Village at Rockville, serving seniors at monthly events and helping with fundraisers. We loved your sense of humor. You will be greatly missed by the Auxiliary and the residents.

Diana was one of my best golf buddies and my very respected fashion and gardening advisor. We were good friends and golf buddies through thick and thin for more than 20 years I will never play golf ,drink a fine Scotch, or a "light" pink Cosmo, or go to Macy's, DSW, or Chico's without remembering her. I will always cherish her memory and the laughs we had together. Hope to play golf with you again on the "other side, my friend.

Diana was our next door neighbor in Inverness for more than 10 years. We couldn't have asked for a better neighbor and friend - to our entire family. May Diana's memory always be for a blessing.

Will miss Diana's easy smile and teasing style.

Diana was a wonderful person, a friend and neighbor for many decades in our Inverness community, a community to which she contributed so much. I knew her also as a fellow animal-lover. I will truly miss her....