I know her faith and kindness touched many lives.
Sincerely, Carol Norsworthy
RIP Diane ?
I have so many wonderful memories of when Diane opened her heart to me. I lived alone so often on Fridays I would be invited for Yusef's pizza at the McDonough house. It was there that I learned that a microwave was basically used for warming up coffee, making popcorn and cooking hot dogs. Then there was the famous French Toast incident when I sat you kids for a weekend. You all watched as I made French Toast from scratch only to wonder why I didn't take it out of the freezer and put it in the toaster like your mother did. And as soon as I left for Christmas Break your mom would spend time at my apartment wrapping all of your Christmas presents so you snoopy kids wouldn't get to them first.
When a teacher left Damon and the other teachers would have a party, she would write a special poem for that teacher. I still have mine someplace.
Diane was a special lady. I can only imagine that she and Mae will be up in Heaven laughing up a storm.
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Diane, I was so blessed to have the chance of knowing her when working together, Diane had many qualities, kind, caring, generous ,and a loving person. She always knew how to brighten your day. Diane will be missed by so many of us. May you keep her memories alive. She will always be close to you all. My thoughts and prayers are with you in this difficult time.