Dianna Lee Keppler

Jun 18, 1946 – Sep 5, 2016

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Obituary

June 18th 1946-September 5th 2016

Dianna was born in Toppenish, WA and grew up in Quincy WA. Dianna is survived by her husband Gary Keppler of 46 years, Sister Sharon, daughters and son Tanya and Dave Ceccarelli, Tad and Natalie. Also her grandchildren Natasha, Jacob and Tyler as well as many nieces and nephews and many dear friends.

Dianna looking forwards to taking trips to Hawaii, Mexico and Disneyland with her husband Gary and family. She also enjoyed spending quality time and taking care of her grandchildren.

She is deceased by her parents Ben and Dorothy and her siblings Jerry, Ron sister Linda and many dear friends.

Guestbook

Erica and Phoenix Cheshier
Maple valley, Wa
Sep 11, 2016

Diane (and Gary) are the best next door neighbors anyone could ever ask for. Diane was so sweet and thoughtful towards me and my daughter for the 11 years we lived here. We would always look forward to the Christmas goodies she would spoil us with every year, and just the other day, she and Gary dropped off some fresh picked apples for us. What an amazing woman, and amazing couple. She will truly be missed.

The Stone Family
Puyallup, Wa
Sep 9, 2016

Dianna, you have a special place in our hearts, although heavy with sorrow, it fills with the love and memories our family shared with you. Our thoughts and prayers to Gary and the family. May you find the strength to heal from your loss and peace in sharing your love for Dianna through memories.

Antoinette Bronson
Federal Way, WA
Sep 9, 2016

My deepest sympathy to the entire family over the loss of Dianna.

Sandi and Howard Pettit
Seatac, WA
Sep 8, 2016

May Diianna live forever In the beautiful memories she shared with her family. God Bless and deepest sympathy.

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