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Diana C. Dunfee

December 2, 1936 — June 7, 2008

Diana C. Dunfee

Diana C. Dunfee, our beloved mother, left this earth on Saturday, June 7, 2008 to join her husband and soul mate for eternity. Diana was a dedicated wife and mother. She took great pleasures in simple things and saw beauty in Gods’ creations. She was full of life and was a true believer that we are only as old as we feel. Diana saw life in a more positive light than most people and tried to share that optimism with everyone she came in contact with. Our mother never knew a stranger and was forever reaching out with a kind comment, a joke, or a loaf of one of her homemade breads, cakes or cookies. Diana Dunfee touched many hearts in her short 72 years but none as deeply as her late husband’s and her four children. Our mother’s spirit and joy for life will live on forever through each of us and will be passed on through the generations. Her survivors include her eldest daughter Connie (Mike) Stanton, of Monument, CO, her second daughter Sharon (Frank) Teasley, of Dalton, GA, her only son Gerald (Tammy) Fritz, of Ringgold, GA, and her youngest daughter Janet (Mike) Lippincott, of Colo Springs, CO, her stepchildren include Debra Dunfee, and Pamela (Scott) Anderson, all of Texas. Stepson Ronald Dunfee, also from TX, passed away a few short months ago. Mrs. Dunfee is also survived by 8 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held at 2 pm on Saturday, June 14, 2008 in the Davis Memorial Chapel. Mrs. Dunfee’s friend Rev. Dr. Rick Calhoun, who recently officiated at her late husband Jim’s memorial will do us the honor once again for our dear mother.
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