08 Oct 1955 1
18 May 1996 1

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Diane M Pittman 1
08 Oct 1955 1
18 May 1996 1
Last Residence: American Fork, UT 1
Karl Pittman 2
25 Nov 1978 2
Anaheim, CA 2
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Card Issued: Unknown Code (PE) 1
Last Payment: American Fork, UT 1
Social Security Number: ***-**-5741 1

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She was a great friend. She was kind, she was like a sister. She always had words of encouragement and an uplifting spirit. she was very loving and it was fun to spend time with her. I remember a particular girls night out movies the ndinner. we were having so much fun we went back for another movie. we talked and laughed so much that night. I miss her. I am blessed to have known her. XO

She was such a sweetheart!

Diane and I were kissin cousins according to the rest of the family. I loved going down to Anaheim and hanging out with her and Roger. We were all about the same age. Roger and I were very protective of her and very critical when it came to who she was dating. Diane was the epitome of innocence and purity in my opinion. Later in life she and my wife Debbie took ballet together in Fairfield CA and had a blast. This cover picture of her is my favorite. The smile and the sun are Diane!

I am very blessed to be her brother. My brother and I always tried to look out for her; and were very protective of her. She was always a great example to us. We always wanted to treat her like a princess. As the youngest, I feel very lucky to have the brother and sister that I do. Sure we had the normal teasing each other until someone get upset, but it was always in fun and we could always laugh at it. I think being the youngest I got the brunt of it! The worst word I ever called my brother out of anger was piglett! (that was the best word I could come up with). It was always a joy for all of us to be together; and still is between my brother and I and our cousins. Diane touched a lot of lives and is loved by many. She is our angel.

My soulmate and light of my life. There are no words to express my feelings on how much impact Diane contributed to my life. I was honored and blessed to be able to share time with her while she was on this earth. I continue everday to think about her and kick myself for not taking better advantage of the precious time we shared. If I had one wish it would be to hold her tight in my arms again and feel the comfort and peace that surrounded her and embraced me. I miss her so much. Diane was the only person that really loved me for what I was and that is truly a trait that does not happen often by another human being. I embrace the thought of seeing her again someday.

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