Diane Dawn Dyer
January 18, 1944 - October 29, 2020
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Diane Dawn Dyer was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, to Frank and Iva Zimmerman on January 18, 1944. She peacefully went to be with the Lord on October 29, 2020, surrounded by her family. Although she never retired, she was a homemaker who also loved embroidery design and making personalized creative cards and gifts for…

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Orpha Saunders left a message on November 7, 2020:
Dear Jim and Family it has taken me some time to post here what my friendship with Diane (and Jim) has meant to me. We have been friends since High School. Distance does not hinder friends when they are linked with the Holy Spirit. Diane was one of the most loving, people I know. She so loved giving her crafts as gifts to others. Most of all her family was her life focus. She taught Bible Study Fellowship and helped women to grow in God's word just as she had. Praise God I will see her again someday in Heaven. Jerry and I pray for God's comfort to be over you Jim and the family.
Pamela G Rehnstrom left a message on November 4, 2020:
Diane was truly an example of a loving, kind and generous Christian woman. She was a long time friend to me. We used to laugh together, cry together and share wonderful memories of our times together. Our comfort is in knowing that we will see her again.
Harvey Walz left a message on November 4, 2020:
Just a few weeks, ago, we were visiting, playing games and laughing. Now, all is in the past. Only sweet memories. Our lives are like the morning mist. It is here for a little while, then it is gone.
Jane Walz left a message on November 4, 2020:
Diane has been a good and faithful friend for many years. I will miss her.
Rebecca and Doug Marshall left a message on November 3, 2020:
I have wonderful memories of your mom. I looked forward to seeing her in church and giving her and your dad a hug, talking sports and about our girls. My heart hurts for those she has left on this earth. Love and Prayers to the family.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Carter Foss left a message on November 3, 2020:
In memory of Diane Dawn Dyer, Carter Foss lit a candle
Kent Zimmerman left a message on November 2, 2020:
I can't find the words to express my thankfulness for having Diane for a sister. She always had my back as far back as I can remember and through our adult years, she was a beacon of God's love. She was always a source of positive thinking no matter what the situation. She was creative and caring more than anyone I have ever met. She went above and beyond to organize our family reunion in the summer of 2017 providing an abundance of embroidered shirts, Table coasters, handbags, etc. for all who attended. She was all about family. You were the best sister a guy could ever dream of and you will be sorely missed. I already miss your early morning texts. I love you! Your brother, Kent.
J. W. Burkey left a message on November 2, 2020:
All at The Urban Alternative are praying for your family daily.
James Dyer left a message on November 2, 2020:
I continually praise God that you are with Jesus now. Praise His Holy name. I miss you more than words can express in every moment but praise Him that your suffering is over. Your loving husband
Nancy Reindl left a message on November 1, 2020:
I only got to meet her and your dad but it was an enjoyable meeting. She had a special spark for life that was catching and energizing. My condolences to you, your dad and entire family. Blessings my friend. Nancy Reindl
Merl Daniel left a message on November 1, 2020:
Dear Jim and family I want send my deepest sympathy at the loss of Diane. She was a sweet lady, and lots of fun. I fondly remember the good times we had in Kearney, when the kids were growing up. I know she is happy and smiling with the Lord May God bless you and keep you in the palm of his hand during this time of sorrow. With deepest sympathy Merl Daniel
Marianne Downer left a message on November 1, 2020:
Praying for your family
Mimi Reese left a message on November 1, 2020:
I've never met this beautiful lady directly. However, I carry a piece of her love and passion with me daily. Its wonderful when we leave a beautiful legacy behind when we leave this earth. Your legacy shines brightly through your daughter Tiffany. Sending condolences and love.
Bryanne left a message on November 1, 2020:
You were the kindest and most thoughtful person I've ever known. Thank you for all the memories - for the movie times, for the pottery making, for the road trips and the lake summers. Thank you for the butterfly kisses and the colorful dresses. I never felt unloved with you; you cared about every soul you ever met. If I can someday embody even half the joy and grace that you shared with everyone so whole-heartedly, then I will be fortunate indeed. You are loved and you are missed.
Christine Weidenheimer left a message on November 1, 2020:
I've known Diane and Jim since we were in high school together. We weren't in touch after high school, but I was excited when they moved near my home in Ventura. Our children became friends, and our families spent many hours playing board games. After they moved from Ventura, our visits were few, but I always loved spending time with them. Diane was a wonderful person, and she will be greatly missed. My heart goes out to Jim, Jeff, Tiffany, Heather, and the rest of the family. Much love.
Greenlawn left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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