Diane Mazziotto

September 15, 2011

Diane Mazziotto 67 of Springhill passed away on September 15, 2011 . Her Survivors include her sisters, Dorothy Montauti, Joyce Hammel, Vivian Kircher, Emily Brandemart, Ruth Voeckler, Ann Anderson and Brothers Bill Smith and Bert Smith, close friend Carol Fisher and 3 grandchildren, Destiny, Kristian and Autumn.
Diane loved to read and write poetry and she loved music of all types. Her family was very important in her life. Diane was a great person. She was kind, sweet and loving. Diane will be greatly missed by her family.

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  • Dorothy Montauti Posted September 17, 2011 7:26 pm

    I WILL MISS YOU SO MUCH SIS. i WILL NEVER FORGET ALL THE GOOD TIMES WE HAD. i LOVE YOU WITH ALL MY HEART AND WILL SEE YOU AGAIN SOMEDAY. i lOVE YOU DOT

  • Joyce Hammel Posted September 17, 2011 7:39 pm

    Diane,you are the most intellagent and sweet person I’ve known. You are strong and have a great courage, that a lot of people can learn from your life.I will miss you every day,but i will rememberall the fun we all had when we got together.I’ll always love you,Joyce

  • Joyce Hammel Posted September 17, 2011 7:51 pm

    I will always remember you.. You were so much fun ,especily when we all got together for the holidays.We will meet again and you will be the same as we remember I love you always, Joyce

  • Liz Giuliano Posted September 17, 2011 8:24 pm

    I have so many fond memories of you, Aunt Diane. As a small child, I always loved being around you, whether it was just for a visit with you and my cousins or when we used to go bowling. As an adult, I cherish those simple memories. You never stopped thinking of me, my husband, and my children. Despite all of the difficult things that came your way throughout your life, you never stopped being mild, caring, and sweet. Although you will be sorely missed, we know you will always be with us in our hearts and minds. Love you, Liz, Rich, Richie, & Dominica

  • Marie Jelinski Posted September 21, 2011 9:41 am

    I am so thankful that I had an opportunity to meet you Aunt Diane. I wish we had had more time to spend together. However, the short time we had will never be forgotten by me. Thank you for being a loving sister and trusted friend to Dot. I will look forward to seeing you again in Glory. Until then, I pray that you have found the peace that you deserve. Love Marie

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