Condolences for Diane Osborne Monroe

Sue Huse posted on 12/30/20

I am so sorry. She was a wonderful cousin, so smart, and fun, and caring. Our prayers are with you.


Mary Jane Shumaker Farmer posted on 12/6/20

I am heartbroken, just learning of Diane's passing. We were friends growing up in church, going to junior high, high school, and college together. My sincere condolences to her husband, children, grandchilden, and friends.


Rev. Cheryl K. Robinson posted on 12/3/20

Heartfelt sympathy extended on behalf of Intrepid Hospice to the family of Diane Monroe. Thank you for allowing us to provide care and comfort to her during her illness. It was our honor to serve Mrs. Monroe and the family. Our hearts and prayers are with you and we pray God's continued peace, comfort and blessings be upon each of you.


Mark Harrison posted on 12/2/20

Diane was a mainstay in her days with us at Salem HS. She added lively-hood and was instrumental in her co-curricular efforts. Old timers like I have mentioned her touch with our students in the classroom. She was foundational with her efforts that are reflective in our current school environment. She truly looked after "the least of these" as a teacher, advisor, & mentor. All of us here are indebted for her services. Certainly an angel in our midst. Mark Harrison, SAC


Celeste Wooten posted on 12/1/20

My heart is empty not seeing you everyday and having my chocolate milk with Mr. Ed. Reconnecting with you was an amazing experience and it was my honor to help your family “walk you home”. You will missed my many and forever loved.


Buster Sontag posted on 12/1/20

Sorry for the loss of your Mom, my Mom made it a month shy of 102 and in my heart I still feel like she's here with all the memories.


Janice Monroe posted on 11/30/20

Sunday our family said goodbye to Diane; a loving wife, mother of 2, mother in law, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, aunt, friend and former very dedicated teacher. And I can’t leave out momma of 3 Labradors that she loved like children . I miss her but she told me two years ago not to be sad when she passed to have a big party. I’m not ready for a big party at this time but maybe in the future we will have healed enough to do just that in remembrance of diane loving to have large family gatherings and serve her loved ones with her homemade cooking and magnificent deserts. Diane, God saw you getting tired and a cure was not to be so he put his arms around you and whispered, “Come to Me” With tearful eyes we watched you and saw you pass away and although we love you dearly we could not make you stay. A golden heart stopped beating hard working hands at rest. You Diane are now at peace with your Heavenly Father. Your family misses you, but we are left with wonderful memories and cherish them until we meet again. Love; Janice



Janice Monroe posted on 11/30/20

I light this candle in memory of my loving mother in law Diane.