Diana C. Garwood
Diana was an independent spirit, never a crowd follower, but she did have a crowd of friends. She had a quirky sense of humor, an independent spirit and was an avid reader, and she and her dear Aunt Ruthie enjoyed finding and sharing puns and grammatical errors whenever they were found.
She attend Lower Moreland schools for all of her school years and graduated from Edinboro University. While at LM she played in the band and her other favorite thing was working backstage for concerts and plays. She decided in 9th grade that there was no reason a girl couldn’t work on the custodial crew at the high school in the summer and managed to make that happen. Her major interest was photography, introduced to her by her father and developed in high school. She liked to take black and white pictures and develop them herself. After graduation from college she spent several years being a yearbook photographer at colleges from Maryland to Vermont. Following that she spent a few years as a wedding photographer, before deciding to work at UPS. Photography was always her first interest.
Diana loved family events and holidays, and spending time with her niece, Nicole and her brother, Jeff and his wife Theresa and their friends. Her favorite holiday was Halloween.
She was loving and caring enough to be sure that she and all of us took precautions to protect us from Covid 19.
Diana is survived by her parents William and Carol Garwood, her brother Jeff and his wife, Theresa, her niece Nicole, Aunt Mary and Uncle Pat, her cousins Nick, Matt and his wife, Heather, and Joe and his wife, Jenna. She was predeceased by her grandparents William and Elizabeth Garwood, Edwin and Gertrude Wirsu and Aunt Ruthie.