Diana C. Garwood

  • Missing Di.

  • Laurence Frost Johnson / January 12, 2021 at 4:59 pm

    Dear Carol & Bill & Family,

    Deep condolences for your tragic loss. Much prayers and thoughts being sent your way. Larry J

  • Laura Anigati-Weisser / January 12, 2021 at 6:36 pm

    I attended Lower Moreland with Diana and our mutual group of friends. We had a lot of great times together. I distinctly remember her carefree fun loving attitude. Always trying to make someone laugh. The notes we used to write back and forth with our friends. We had special sliver liquid pens we used. I think she was the creator of the dog footprints that became a thing we put all over our notes 🙂 The awesome rubber band war we all had at Stephanie’s house at the end of the school year. My heart goes out to her family. I know she will be greatly missed. She was always fun to hang out with. I’m glad I had the opportunity to know her and have her as a friend.

  • Di was my supervisor at ups for close to 10 years. She was my favorite boss I’ve ever had. I enjoyed talking with her while working together. I miss her.

  • Diana was a unique and lovely soul. Her quirky sense of humor never left you flat. I never had the opportunity to see her photography skills at work, but I do know she was one heck of a sleuth when it came to missing radios! (It was a UPS thing) The world is gonna be just a little less cheerful without her beautiful spirit in it.

  • Diana and I were classmates and friends at Red Lion and in middle school (I left LM for another school in 8th grade), and I was happy to reconnect with her a couple of years ago on Facebook. I have many fond memories of her sense of humor and her warmth from our school days.

    I wish we had more time to renew our friendship.

    May her memory be a blessing.

  • I was so sorry to hear of Diana’s passing. She sounded like a wonderful and talented woman. You have my deepest sympathy.

  • To my darling friend and adopted sister. I love you. I miss your spirit, your happy face and winning attitude. You always had the ability to bring sunshine to a day. I will forever hold you in my heart. I know you and Aunt Ruthie will be watching over all of us. Rest easy love. Dawn

  • Diana was wise beyond her years- she did her own thing, and was a unique original. A real person, even in high school when most people were trying to figure out who they were and pretending to be something they weren’t. I remember her funny sarcastic sense of humor and she has been on my mind since hearing the news. She was a good soul..

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