1938 - 2021
Gilbertson Funeral Home and Cremation Service - Stanwood
27001 88th Ave NW
Stanwood, WA
March 4, 1938 - May 4, 2021

Dianne was born in San Diego, Calif. She lived in various places growing up with her dad being a Navy pilot. She graduated from Stanwood High School and soon married Vernon Lund. They settled in Stanwood, Wash., and raised four children.
Dianne worked many jobs throughout her life but due to her love of coffee, working at Seattle's Best Coffee was her favorite. Family was everything and she was involved with various activities with her children from sports, Camp Fire and family trips to Canada. Helping others and quilting were some of the passions she enjoyed for many years.
Dianne is survived by her four children: Pam (Don) Young, Trish Williams, Pene Lund and Scott (Joyce) Lund. She had three grandchildren Ashley (Matt) Luzenski, Carissa Dollente and Casey (Kelsey) Sousa. She had two great-grandchildren Kyara and Kourtney and nephews Mike and Danny Fortson.
In Lieu of flowers, follow in Dianne's footsteps and donate to your favorite charity.
A celebration of life for Dianne will be held at a later date.
Published by Stanwood Camano News from May 12 to May 19, 2021.
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Knowing Dianne all these years have been such a blessing to my family and me. As a mother-in-law, she always had a kind and encouraging word for me. Our conversations were about her love for the Lord and her children and grandchildren. Whenever she visited us in Hawaii, she had a favorite bakery where she could get some bran muffins. We miss Dianne very much, but because of our faith in the Lord, we know will see her again.
Joyce Lund
May 21, 2021
I first met Diane when she stayed with me in Hawaii waiting for Scott’s return from Desert Storm. What an unexpected blessing to get to know her. She was a woman of strong faith and incredible compassion, as well as being a prayer warrior. She will be missed, but we know where she is now - enjoying the presence of her loving savior, Jesus Christ!
Polly Sterns
May 18, 2021
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