Lizabeth Robin Diaz

Seattle, Washington

1965 - 2018


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Lizabeth Robin DiazIt is with great sadness that the family of Lizabeth R. Diaz announces her passing on Monday, January 1, 2018 at the age of 52 years. Lizabeth will be lovingly remembered by her sister Rebecca J. Owens of Snowflake, Arizona. Lizabeth was predeceased by her maternal...

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My sons Mason and Tyler were both current students of hers at Karshner and she really made a good impact on our whole families life. We will always remember her.
Melissa Allen

Thank you Lizabeth for all you've done for all of us. It sucks you had to go, & you'll never be forgotten!

I still in shock as I learned of her passing yesterday January 21st. I was so so lucky to have been her student at Dimmitt Middle school and then Renton High school. Its no contest that she was my favorite teacher. As a cashier at Fred Meyers I was lucky enough to see her regularly. She was so sad to leave RHS and so happy to be moving on in her career to teach the children in the Puyallup school district. I was so lucky to of had her as my teacher and as a friend... One thing I know is there...

Words cannot express how much this world is going to miss this amazing woman. She hands down has always been the teacher that comes to mind when I think about someone making a difference & impacting lives. The life lessons she taught & her natural ability to actually see people and do whatever was necessary was amazing! She was the very definition of tough love. She had the biggest heart and was always there for everyone.

I will always feel so fortunate to have had...

Ms. Diaz,
You were an amazing teacher and an amazing person. You taught me things nobody else has. It's sad to know that you're gone and flying high with the angels. You were a beautiful soul. I will miss you so very much. Sending love and prayers to you and your family.

On behalf of the RHS Alumni A Cappella Choir, we send our heartfelt condolences to our loving Friend Liz and her Family. Liz was so gracious in sharing "Our" Choir room as we rehearsed for the 2007 Benefit Concert along with her A Cappella Choir, under the fine direction of Mr. Richard Houser (previous Choir Teacher at RHS). Also, for the RHS 2011 Centennial and Walls of Honor performances. Her love for her Students, musical talents, and traditions for the RHS Choirs will always be...

Ms lizabeth,you will such a great music teacher and inspiration to your students and staff members ,you showed them so much loved and how much you loved and cared about thier success, you left a legacy to the community and you will never be forgotten and will be missed terribly, thank for teaching my daughter in your class ,she enjoy comming to your class everyday and I am very glad I was part of your life too,

I still remeber trying to get to 0 period choir because I enjoyed singing. My favorite memory is when we did a holiday show and carried pretend candles on stage, so much fun. I'm so sorry that your life ended so soon. You will be missed by so many.
Your student C/O 98'

Liz,I will always remember you and how you loved all of your students. Thank you for teaching with the love you showed to my family and all of the students that were so lucky to have had you show them music and the joy it could bring. Rest my sister rest.Love