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Diana Louise Sundman
April 27, 1955 ~ October 20, 2023 (age 68) 68 Years Old
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How does one begin to sum up a life story in a few paragraphs? The life of a person whose happiness was purely measured by the happiness of others.
Diana Louise Sundman was born April 27th, 1955, and left to continue her journey with God on October 20th, 2023.
Diana is survived by her loving husband of 31 years, Gary Sundman. Surviving, also, is her sister Bobbie Barry, brother Daniel Eaves, and brother Charles Eaves (Patricia Eaves).
She is also survived by her son, Eric Jenkins, daughter, Erica Harger, and daughter Diana Monique Hartung (Adam Hartung). She was blessed to be survived with 13 grandchildren, and 4 great-grand children.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Jack and Joyce Eaves, her son Roger Jenkins, and her daughters Amanda and Christina Sundman, along with two grand children.
Diana enjoyed hunting, fishing, gardening, arts and crafts, but the thing she was passionate about the most was people. From being a paramedic, to becoming a Hospice & Pallative Care Certified Nursing Assistant, she prided herself on the level of care she gave others.
Ever the hostess, she also lived for get-togethers with her family, co-workers, and community where everyone would gather to break bread, and bring people together for a few hours of good food and great times.
She will always be loved, but never forgotten by anyone who was lucky enough to have met her, and called her "friend," because if she met you once, she would forever call you "friend" and respect you as such. She never refused help to someone in need.
We were all blessed by the Lord to have her in our lives. We were all blessed to be called her "friend."