I knew Diane through the Unitarians. She was a serious and caring person, and far too young to die. She appeared before us in her hospital garb only a few Sundays ago, to tell us of the disease that had suddenly changed her life. She was brave and articulate,and we were overwhelmed. We did not think that she would die so soon.
My deepest condolences go to her father and brother and all the other people who cared about her. We shall miss her.
I was so saddened to hear of Dianne's death at such an early age. It was last year that we had a dinner for 6 at my home - such a lovely evening with Dianne, and you Jack. I often ran into Dianne in the community as well as at the Fellowship and it was always good to chat with her. She was so warm and kind. Jack, I feel particularly upset for you, who have lost a child, which I imagine to be the cruelest of losses, for I can only imagine. I'm sure it's not what you expected. Please accept my sympathies and wishes for healing in your time of grief.