Diane Carol LaFever
- June 3, 1950 - October 3, 2012
- Macomb, Michigan
of Diane's Passing
St. John Vianney Catholic Church
54045 Schoenherr Road
Shelby Township, MI 48315
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My deepest sympathy goes out to the LaFever family. I was very sad to hear of Diane passing away. I use to work with her at Nolan & Cunnings. I wish I would have known sooner. She was a wonderful person and will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Posted by: Sheri Takacs - Attica, MI - Friend Jan 05, 2013
I am so sad to hear about the passing of Diane! I used to work with her years and years ago and Nolan and Cunnings! We used to go to lunch together all the time. She was a wonderful lady with a terrific sense of humor! She always made me laugh and giggle! I will always remember her! Heaven has a wonderful angel !
Posted by: Beth Kohler (Forster) - Chesterfield, MI - friend Oct 08, 2012
I am sorry about Diane. She was a fantastic person. I am truely sorry i didnt keep in touch with her. But Carl and kids you had a fantastic person in Diane. You are so lucky. My prayers are with you and your family
Posted by: Debbie Muehleisen - warren, MN - Co worker at Nolan & Cunnings Oct 08, 2012
Diane was a great person. I deeply regret not keeping in touch with her. But John and Joe You had a great mom and Carl you had a great wife. Long live Di in all our hearts
Posted by: Debbie Muehleisen - Warren, MI - Co Worker at Nolan & cunnings Oct 08, 2012
I am a loss for words to even console you all, Di was a good friend and a great person, always thoughtful, caring and generous with her consideration for everyone. Her family meant everything to her and her grandchildren were the light of her life. She was one of my best friends and I will miss her very much. Your loss is God's gain, no question of that.Good Bye dear friend, Sincerely, Arlene
Posted by: arlene sliwa - warren , MI - friend for many years Oct 07, 2012
Diane LaFever was a good and faithful friend to me. She had a generous and
loving heart . She always remembered my birthday and anniversary. She offered a kind word and encouragement when I was sad or in trouble. She
was the glue that held our ladies luncheon group together for ten years.
She never missed a lunch with us unless she was sick or helping a family
member. Diane's untimely death has left a big hole in our lives.
To Diane's family: She loved
Posted by: Rose Marie Gortat - Macomb, MI - Friend Oct 07, 2012
My Aunt Di was someone to look up too. She loved her family passionately, never forgot a single birthday, always took the time to listen and truly cared about what was going on in your life, was extremely generous with her time and gifts, humorous and sassy, the best cannoli maker around, and was someone you knew had your back. Her absence here on earth is a great loss to all of those she left behind, she will be greatly
Posted by: Tonia Bommarito Palinski - Waco, TX - Niece Oct 07, 2012
Our sincere condolences to Carl and the kids and grand kids. I'll always remember Diane from the times we used to hang out at Ponder or Pizzo family get togethers ...way back when Cindy first married Bart and then through the many years following. I always knew that the holiday season was upon us as the first Christmas card we received every year was from Diane and Carl. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Posted by: Paul Bennett & Family - Salem, MA Oct 07, 2012
I am so sorry to hear about Diane. She was a fantastic person. I wish i would of kept in contact with her. She had the biggest heart. She was so proud of her boys and her husband. Thats all she talked about. She loved life and i am sure she loved her grandchildren. To bad there are not more people like Diane. This world would be a better place. God bless Carl , Joe and John and the grandchildren. Diane will be missed.
co worker at Nolan & Cunnings
Posted by: Debbie Muehleisen - Roseville , MI - was my supervisor Oct 07, 2012
Dear Carl and Family,
Please except our deepest sympathies regarding your loss. Diane was a wonderful employee and friend. She was one of the warmest and most
compassionate people we have known.
Nick & Geri Jarvis
Posted by: Nicholas Jarvis - Byron Center, MI - friend and employer Oct 06, 2012