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In Memory

Dianne Andrews (Hale)

Dianne Andrews (Hale)

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02/22/13 04:59 PM #1    

Mary Bruce (Haunreiter)


Dianne L. Hale
Birth: 17 May 1945
Death: 9 Oct 2003 - Lynnwood, Snohomish, Washington, United States of America
Civil: Washington


06/26/13 01:20 PM #2    

Jane Ramsey (Lemison)

We sure had a great time in school.  Sure do miss you dear friend, I know you are watching over us and making sure that we don't get out of line.  LOL  You will always be in my thoughts, everytime I see a Sunflower I think of you.  Was so lucky to have met you and become friends for all those years.  You are sorely missed.


07/02/14 09:09 AM #3    

Carl (Chuck) Munson

Dianne lived next door to me when I was growing up in Lynnwood before we moved to Edmonds.

That family went through some difficult times.  She was always very quiet, and a sweet, caring person.  We really weren't close friends in high school and, for that reason, I wanted to spend time with her at the 40th and 50th reunions.  Obviously, she wasn't at either.  And there were a few others I wasn't going to see there.

This "ships passing in the night" is for the birds and, for that reason, I had suggested to the others on the reunion committee we not wait 10 years for the next one.  We'll see.  Regardless of what happens down here, may God bless Dianne - I'm sure that's Who she's with.

10/15/14 12:26 PM #4    

Patricia Donatoni (Timmerman)

Dianne, you are fondly remembered by all that had the privilege of meeting you.  You were a lovely young lady and a pleasure to know when we were in high school together.  I wish I had stayed in contact, over the years, with all the wonderful people I met at good ol' EHS!  I know you are with our Heavenly Father now,  watching over us.  Thank you for being such a wonderful person!  Patricia and Baby Bella

09/28/15 10:46 PM #5    

Jane Ramsey (Lemison)

Dianne Andrews Hale was blessed with five children.  She was an exceptional seamstress but a master of other talents as well.  She was an exceptional mother who loved her children with all her heart and soul.  Cancer is what took her away from us and her children.  As I write this I can hear her laugh.  She had a heart of gold and was a great friend.

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