Diane Cecilia Silvers
June 11, 1942 - January 06, 2017
The spirit is not born to perish, but ever will thrive and flourish.
AKA "Di" was escorted by an entourage of angels to the other side on January 6. She had quite a welcoming committee on the other side - her parents (Tony & Pat Blome); her sister Jackie; her baby brother David and many other friends and relatives. She will definitely be part of the hospitality committee to greet you with a warm embrace when you reunite again!
"Di" will mostly be remembered for her big heart. She had a way of making people feel welcome and comfortable. She loved to entertain and was always"the hostess with the mostest". She loved to laugh and had a great sense of humour.
Cooking and dining were her favorite pastimes. She was a definitely a foodie! "Di" always prepared enough food for an army so folks could have second and thirds and go home with leftovers. She always wanted people to be full and satisfied.
"Di" also loved to travel (esp road trips), a diehard Packer's Fan (Aaron Rodger's was her fav); watched DWTS religiously, and loved country music - Blake Shelton was at the top of the list. Shopping, shopping, shopping- she loved to shop and would buy friends and family gifts all the time.
Diane was diagnosed with stage 4 esophageal cancer in February 2016. She fought hard to her last breath and never gave up hope of conquering the disease. She had a bucket list that she wanted to fulfill which included a trip to Hawaii.
Please join use for "Di's" Celebration of Life on Saturday, February 11, 2017 from 1-5 pm.
13321 27th Dr SE
Mill Creek, WA98012
Diane never wanted anyone to go hungry. Donations can be made in honor of "Di" to Northwest Harvest.
The Serenity Prayer
God grant me the serenity
To accept the things I cannot change;
Courage to change the things I can;
And wisdom to know the difference.
Love Lives On
Those we love remain with us,
for Love itself lives on.
Cherished memories never fade;
because one loved is gone.
Those we love can never be
more than a thought apart,
for as long as there's a memory
they live on in our heart.
Think of her as living
in the hearts of those she touched,
for nothing loved is ever lost,
and she was loved so much.