In Memory

Diane Samms (Rush)

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02/10/15 11:29 AM #1    

Linda Ramsey (Bright)

'Say Shiva for Me:'   A Jewish custom of remembering and celebrating the life of a friend.......

I remember you so well Diane, We were Waco graduates from Kindergarten on and we spent much time together as little girlfriends, fellow Brownies And Girl Scouts. I believe your Mother was our leader. Still have that Girl Scout sash and it is completely full of badges. We all excelled in our scout troup and we became prepared, "can do" girls with strong values and ethics, a end result of years of scouts. I always looked forward to seeing you at our reunions. We, the Waco crowd, always did show up in big numbers  which was such a joy to spend time with those who played such a role in building and framing our own sense of humor, tolerance,  athletic ability, ability to have fun, and shared in so many first; first best friend, first kiss, first win, first loss.  I'm so thankful we were allowed to win and loss back then and not get picked in "Red Rover Red Rover" .or not.  Diane, we played a lot of jaks out on our driveways and got pretty fancy with it, didn't we?  Fair well to one of my "self shapers" and thanks for the memories.

02/11/15 09:25 AM #2    

Donna Perry (Alsup)

Diana, I did not  move to Wichita until I was in the eight grade.  I remember you at Hoarse Mann and our years at North.  Thanks for memories and being my friend. 

07/26/17 12:40 PM #3    

Gary Jackson

Diane and I were very close friends for years and years. Up until the time of her death. She came out to Reno to join a group of us from the Reno Rodeo to see Riders In The Sky. I used to call her on the phone every New Year's Eve. Never missed. I lost a very, very dear friend.

Gary Jackson

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