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Diane Claire Casey

Published On: Nov 02 2013 07:46:47 PM CDT

In Loving Memory

Diane Claire Casey passed away peacefully October 29, 2013 at the age of 71.

Diane grew up and graduated from Columbus High School. She then met her husband James Casey who was in the United States Air Force. Diane spent her retirement years in Arizona and basked in the heat. Diane was always friendly and outgoing . She loved visiting with both friends and family. She will be remembered for her cheerful smile, love for life and we can't forget her love for hot fudge sundaes.

Diane was preceded in death by her husband James Casey, mother Dorothy (Bird) Weber, father Clarence Weber and her brother Dale Weber.

She is survived by three children; Scott(Diane) Casey, Ronald Casey and Terri(Eddie) Casey; grandchildren Joshua, Cody, Gabrielle, David and Sarah.

Diane will be missed by her friends and family.

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