ForeverMissed

Diane Geier was a great mother, who loved unconditionally. She never met someone she didn't like. She had a big heart and will never be forgotten. Everyone that met her loved her, and we still do. She impacted many peoples lives with her kind heart and we were all thankful to know someone so special. We were lucky to have her in our lives, and she is missed more then words could ever explain.

 

Posted by Josephine Tietbohl on May 2, 2021
HAPPY 60TH BIRTHDAY iN HEAVEN. LOVE YOU MISS YOU ❤❤❤
Posted by Karen Uren on March 8, 2014
I realize we don't know one another. I am a former member of St. Johns Lutheran Church of Nanticoke, Pa when I grew up there. We were christened, confirmed and married in St. Johns. We were daughters of the Miles family. We do remember Rev. & Mrs. Tietbohl, Mark and Diane when were children. My sister was confirmed by Rev. Tietbohl in 1959 or 1960. We just read about this terrible tragedy while researching geneology online and want to say how sorry we are for your family. I am ten years older than Diane was . I remember her as a baby and Mark as a toddler with their Mother in church. Our condolences to you all, God Bless you ... you all will be together again one day with her in Heaven. Her memory can be honored best by knowing Jesus as your Savior and living for Him. Our prayers go out to you as these tragedies stay with us a lifetime but only God can give us the Peace we need.
Posted by Lisa Geier on February 24, 2011
You were the most kind hearted person I'll ever know.I loved you more then words could ever express.You were ripped out of my life when I needed you the most, no child should ever have to grow up with out their mother. People tell you that your heart heals after time, but there so wrong The only people that say that haven't lost someone they love, because my heart still aches :(
Posted by Josephine Tietbohl on February 24, 2011
Diane was a great daughter, and we miss her very much, but we know we'll see her again when we get to heaven. But it's hard to be without her, because she was special and unique. And she loved and was a happy person and she loved you Lisa. You've inherited some of your mother's abilities and talents. Thank you Lord for allowing us to know and love her while she was here on this earth.

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Posted by Josephine Tietbohl on May 2, 2021
HAPPY 60TH BIRTHDAY iN HEAVEN. LOVE YOU MISS YOU ❤❤❤
Posted by Karen Uren on March 8, 2014
I realize we don't know one another. I am a former member of St. Johns Lutheran Church of Nanticoke, Pa when I grew up there. We were christened, confirmed and married in St. Johns. We were daughters of the Miles family. We do remember Rev. & Mrs. Tietbohl, Mark and Diane when were children. My sister was confirmed by Rev. Tietbohl in 1959 or 1960. We just read about this terrible tragedy while researching geneology online and want to say how sorry we are for your family. I am ten years older than Diane was . I remember her as a baby and Mark as a toddler with their Mother in church. Our condolences to you all, God Bless you ... you all will be together again one day with her in Heaven. Her memory can be honored best by knowing Jesus as your Savior and living for Him. Our prayers go out to you as these tragedies stay with us a lifetime but only God can give us the Peace we need.
Posted by Lisa Geier on February 24, 2011
You were the most kind hearted person I'll ever know.I loved you more then words could ever express.You were ripped out of my life when I needed you the most, no child should ever have to grow up with out their mother. People tell you that your heart heals after time, but there so wrong The only people that say that haven't lost someone they love, because my heart still aches :(
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