- 51 years old
- Date of birth: Jun 4, 1964
- Place of birth:
White Plains, New York, United States
- Date of passing: Jan 1, 2016
- Place of passing:
Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
|Let the memory of Diane be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Diane Heisler, 51, born on June 4, 1964 and passed away on January 1, 2016. We will remember her forever.
"Diane was a great friend. She was loved by all. Her heart knew no bounds when it came to loving or giving of herself. I met her at ASI. Then we worked together at Ryla. A friend ship began, even though she is in heaven she will always remain in my heart. Paul and Jen were blessed to have her and she them. I love y'all. May Gods peace and reassurance be with y'all."
"Thank you God for placing Diane in my life not just as a co-worker, but as a friend. Like the majority of people that had the pleasure of being around Diane, they got to witness her kindness, generosity, and caring spirit. She and I shared many laughs together. The one I will remember the most is when we were on our way home from work ( It was her turn to drive) We were almost home when something hit the passenger window. I literally jumped in her lap. A rock had shattered her passenger window (I was the passenger) as someone was mowing their lawn when we drove by. We were so frightened we couldn't laugh about it until the next day. We couldn't figure out how the heck I got in her lap and left my seatbelt on. Diane thanks for being our angel on earth and now in Heaven."
"Before she fell ill, one of our last conversations consisted of me thanking her once again for being so helpful and supportive... I also mentioned that it felt like I was always saying that to her. That is because clearly she was simply that kind of person, after reading all of the comments here and elsewhere. Everyone she touched has had amazing things to say about her, because she led her life in a selfless, thoughtful, unimaginably kind and generous ways. The solace that I have taken from her plight is that she saw her daughter to adulthood and was blessed to have been married to her best friend. While her departure is impossiby difficult to swallow, so many people never get that chance. She was such a positive force and it is heartbreaking that she had to go so soon."
"Diane was a fun loving person. I remember all the time.es we had. To instance getting lost on our way to styx concerts and calling Paul for directions. Her helping with Avon which with Paul and Jenny we had assembly lines. Planning Jenny's birthday parties. I was so glad when they joinedtheTalbot park. Will always remember her help with nest.the many times we had both teaching and with extended sessions. When we would eat liver and onions and run Paul and Jenny off. There is so much more. I have thought often of all of you. Remember if you need me I am there for you. Love you all."
"Diane was an amazing gifted servant of God. Whatever was asked of her she willingly and happily did from VBS to living nativity and NEST. She served her fellow believers at Talbot Park so often and well she will most definitely be missed. She was a genuine person, loving and kind. I remember a sweet encounter we had at Wal-Mart. Paul and Diane were shopping as was I. We stopped to chat but it turned into a dear time of fellowship lasting over an hour. We could have quickly parted ways with a wave and a smile but mutually, through actions and words, remained in conversation. I now cherish that tome we had. Thank you sweet lady of God."
"Diane was an amazing person inside and out! I will always remember her smiling face and the times we spent together both with TWA as well as AA. Her kindness and generosity to others no matter the situation can only be described in one word...Immense! God has received a Beautiful angle this morning and she will be with me forever!"
"Diane and I were best friends at ASI. She would do anything for anybody. I will miss her dearly. God bless Paul and Jenny."
"I remember all the years at talbot park baptist and how she and Paul would always volunteer and help with every reception we had for the kids. One of Diane's gift was helping and serving others. She will be greatly missed"
"Jon and I are so very sorry for your loss, Paul. You and your daughter will be in my prayers. Please let me know if there is anything we can do."
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