Dianne Corrine Krasinski
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Dianne Corrine Krasinski
  • December 10, 1952 - December 5, 2017
  • Fredericksburg, Virginia

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Dianne Corrine Krasinski, 64, of Fredericksburg passed away on Tuesday December 5th, 2017.
Dianne was a devoted wife, mother and daughter. Anyone who knew her, knows her door was always open and treated everyone she encountered as family. She was the most genuine, loving individual anyone could ever have the pleasure of meeting. She always had a smile on her face and she enjoyed every minute of her life.
Dianne was mostly a stay at home mom who would go beyond what was required to ensure her children had a better live. Although, she held various positions over the years, her favorite was serving as a special needs teacher at Garrisonvile Elementary. It brought her much joy to see these children smile. It opened her heart and fulfilled her with insurmountable happiness.
Dianne was married to Francis Krasinski for 32 wonderful years. They were blessed with 3 children: Benjamin, Alexander & Nathan.
During their children's upbringing, Francis and Dianne, were thoroughly involved with youth sports in the Stafford/Fredericksburg area. They were involved in many sports activities, but the most prominent being baseball. Collectively, their efforts successfully aided each child to play in their respective high school programs.
Dianne is survived by her 3 children: Benjamin, Alexander and Nathan and 3 grandchildren: Kyson, Thiago and Noah. Also, she is survived by her siblings: Dale and Donald Schumann and her sisters Ginger Schumann and Carol Ward.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Francis Krasinski, her mother Marguerite Schumann and her father Herbert Frederick Schumann Jr.
A celebration of Dianne's life will take place at Mullins & Thompsons Funeral home in Fredericksburg. A viewing held on Tuesday December 12th from 6-8pm and on Wednesday December 13th, there will be a morning service held, 11am, at Mullins & Thompsons. Following the service, she will be laid to rest next to her husband, at 2pm, where she will rejoin him in the after life at the National Memorial Park, 7428 Lee Highways, Falls church.
Pall Bearers will be Benjamin, Alexander and Nathan Krasinski as well as Michael Richards, Mike Mc Caa and Liban Sagal.