Diane Olivia Tribe

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Diana Olivia Tribe, 64, of Waco, passed away Saturday January 15, 2011 at Olin E. Teague Memorial Hospital in Temple. Memorial services will be 3PM Sunday January 23rd at First United Methodist Church of West, 411 W. Pine St. in West. Thoughts and memories may be shared in the online Guest Book at www.LAkeShoreFuneralHome.com.

She was born March 22, 1946 in Reading Berkshire, England and grew up in Dayton, Ohio. She was a graduate of Colonel White High School and Wright State University and served in the U.S. Marine Corps. She worked at the VA administration in Cleveland, Oh while living in Parma, Oh.

She was preceded in death by her father, Harry R. Tribe, Jr.

Survivors include her partner, Betty Staton; mother, Eva; brother, Randy; sister, Susan Sucher and husband Greg; nephew, Richard Sucher and wife Sarah; and one great nephew and one great niece.

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  1. I am her surviving daughter, the only one she ever had. I miss my mom terribly and I hope she knows how much I love her. I would like to thank the Statton Family, especially Leslie and Joyce, for everything they did for her during not only her illness but throughout the time she and Betty were together. Betty, I am still here if you want to talk anytime and I am praying for you everyday. I love you Buddy Sr.
    Buddy Jr.

  2. I was sad to leaernof Diane’s passing from Greg Sucher just last week. I am a fellow-graduate of Diane’s from Colonel White-’64. Always remembered her as a joyful, friendly person although I did not know her much beyond being a classmate.

    God Blees Diane and all who loved her.

  3. Diane was like a mother to me. She cared for my mother with a selflessness that amazed me. She was so kind and loving to me and never forgot to tell me that she loved me. I will miss her.

  4. Diane was such a carrying and loving person. She always cared for my mother selflessly. Her last thoughts were of her loved ones and those that she would leave behind. She will certainly be missed and loved.

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