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Diane Parks

Personal Description:

Dedication:

This is in Dedication to Diane S. Parks, a loving wife, nurturing mother, and forever friend.

Personal Description:

Diane was the kind of person that anyone would want as their partner in a game of Trivial Pursuit. Her diverse knowledge of life was unmatched. She will be remembered for her delicious dishes, her breathtaking gardens, and her bright smile. Anyone that knew her, will agree that she was an animal lover. She was gentle and was always willing to give out hugs. She loved to laugh with her many friends, who she held very closely. We will remember her fondly along with her family. John, her forever companion and love of her life for over 50 years, her daughter Andrea and son Robbie.
We love you Diane, and your sweet memory will never be forgotten. Thank you for touching so many of us.

Last updated on: 01/05/2009


Comments:

Diane was one of the best friend a person could have. She was always there for you or had the answer to your question. If she didn’t she would find the answer and let you know. she was a very smart person. diane knew a little about alot of things. In all the years that we knew diane I was only right four times and We would always laugh about that. She was always there for my daughters. She and John were like second parents to my girls. Always attending all sporting events, school dances, high school and college graduations and our daughter’s wedding. We loved Diane like a sister and she will be missed very much. Who will I go to when I need the answer to a questions? Thank you for being a part of our life.

cindy and don venema – 01/07/2009

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Florence Florence – 06/02/2011

You?re the one with the brains here. I?m wactihng for your posts.

Jalia Jalia – 07/14/2011

Weedon Island is wonderful. I rnelctey took all five of my great-nephews fishing at Weedon Island. They had a great time. We saw gopher turtles along the side of the road and snakes! We also like to fish at the Robert B. Chestnut Park off McMullen Booth Road. We were happily surprised to see the doe and young bucks come out just as the park was closing. The pictures are wonderful. Thanks for the site!

Bhat Bhat – 09/04/2012