In Memory Of

Passed away on Tuesday December 22, 2020
surrounded by her loving family.

Loving mother of Jane, Kate and Paul.

Mother-in-law to Jonathan, Simon and Tara.

Devoted Nanna to Alana, Luca, Theo, Owen,
Tessa, Torvi and Isla.

Sister to Jillian, Vernice (in heaven) and Robert;
and sister-in-law to George and Linda.

Auntie, great Auntie to many.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial donation can be made to
St Vincent de Paul Society.


At the specific wishes of Diana,
a private funeral service will be held.
Please feel free to leave your messages of
condolence here and they will be forwarded
to the family.

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Message Board


Maria Faella -

My heartfelt condolences to Diana's family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time. Having worked with Diana for 19 years she will be sadly missed, especially her caring and loving nature. Rest In Peace Diana.


The Rodella Family -

Our thoughts and prayers are for her family and grandchildren which she loved so much. Thank you Diana for being part of our lives - we have been blessed. We will miss you


Jo Burton -

Diana, Your departure from this world is such a loss. A true lady, gentle and caring. My love to your family and I will think of you often.


Christine Adkins -

Diana was one of the sweetest gentle people I’ve ever had the pleasure to know. May our God of love care for her family in their time of mourning. Eithvkive.


Mark & Trish McGeough -

Diana's kindness and generosity of spirit will be remembered fondly by both of us. We are privileged to have known her and worked with her. Our condolences to her family. We will miss you, dear friend.


Deb Stapleton -

It’s going on nearly 40 years since we car pooled for St Catherine’s. I will miss our pre covid hugs at the sign of peace. Diana was a gentle, beautiful, always positive soul. Rest peacefully Diana. Sincere condolences to Jane, Kate, Paul and families.


Sharon Palmer -

Diana was a beautiful soul, a truly wonderful women & a fierce competitor. She was a great mentor to me on the basketball court. She will be greatly missed. ❤️❤️


Kate Hampton -

My darling Diana. I will always remember you. On my very first day at work you welcomed me with open arms and shared your knowledge and friendship without reservation over the years, including your final journey. You will remain in my heart and in my memories forever. I was blessed to have known you. Humble and thinking of others until the end and beyond. I love you Diana. Rest in eternal peace my friend.


Jane Garforth -

I missed your phone call a few weeks ago... so sorry. Wish I could turn back the clock.... Diana you were one of life’s treasures a truely gentle soul. You loved your family and I miss our chats about grandchildren. Many wonderful memories of you and the 5 years we worked together. Rest In Peace lovely lady. Until we meet again . Xxx


Sue RIVETT -

A woman of faith, gentle and kind who is sadly missed by all who knew her. May she find everlasting peace in the Lord. May her family be consoled with the certain knowledge of the love of God the Redeemer. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.


Angela Hart -

Diana you touched my life with love and caring. You were always there when I needed you. Your love for your family and your deep faith was inspiring. I am sure God has given you a front seat in heaven. To Jane, Kate and Paul my heart goes out to you and your families as you say good bye , for now, to the wonderful woman who was your mother. Enjoy heaven Diana I will miss you.


Rosie McMutrie -

Dear Diana, I've lost a dear friend, a work colleague and a former footy tipping competition helper. I will think of you often during the footy season and will smile each time when your beloved Navy Blues and Crows has a win, you never once tipped against them. I'm playing the Carlton theme song as I write this message. I will miss our chats and our walks to Adelaide Oval during weeknight games, and I especially recall one extremely wet night making our way to the oval giggling about how we looked like drowned rats even though we were wearing our wet weather gear. Thanks for all the memories. xxx