In Memory

Diane Grice

GRICE, Diane Patricia

February 24, 1953 - October 28, 2018

It is with great sadness that our family announces the sudden passing of Diane Grice.  Predeceased by her father, she leaves her Mother Hazel, brother Brian, sisters, Janet Grice, Brenda Fiske (Jody), Carol O'Sullivan (Brian) and nieces Bernadette and Charlotte.  A world travelled nurse and volunteer, she will be dearly missed by so many.  Funeral and reception at All Saints Cathedral, November 17 at 1100 hrs 10035 - 103 St. NW Edmonton.

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11/11/18 10:28 AM #3    

Pat Zuk (Berry)

I am so sorry to hear of Diane's passing. My last memory of Dianne is working at the STD Clinic at the Old General. She was working as a staffer and I was there doing my practicum. Diane definitely brought sunshine to that place! But before I was finished, Diane was off to another adventure. Rest in peace Dian, I'm sure you will have tha angels giggling.

11/11/18 11:51 AM #4    

Lynda Vance (Nicol)

It is with great sadness I learned that the class of ‘73 lost another great soul. Diane was always so bubbly and a joy to be around. I had the pleasure of meeting up with Diane when we volunteered for the folk festival and at the STD clinic when I brought my students to the clinic. Diane told me about her experiences with Doctors Without Borders. She was an amazing selfless, giving person!  Another beautiful angel received her wings....RIP Diane.  You will be missed.💚💛

11/11/18 01:10 PM #5    

Donna Hoskin (Macklin)

There was truly no one like Diane. It was a privilege to have her in our nursing class. Her boundless energy and genuine interest in other people was enviable and unending. After second year, she bought a beautiful black coat and dress set at Holt Renfrew because she loved the coat. The dress didn't fit her and because I was not as well endowed as Diane, it fit me. She sold it to me for $19.00. She decided on that price because we were 19 at the time. Rest well sweet Diane. You are fondly remembered by so many.

11/12/18 11:45 AM #6    

Barbara Tidsbury (Ragan)

Sad news about such a great gal, always so full of life and sharing with all of us in her enjoyment of it. 

11/12/18 02:39 PM #7    

Barbara Viteychuk (Hansen)

So sorry to hear about Diane's passing. Saw her last 2 years ago at Grand Prairie music festival at which she was volunteering. She looked fabulous and I was so glad and hopeful that she had the cancer beat. Another taken way too young. You will be missed Diane. 

11/12/18 03:12 PM #8    

Brenda Bortnick (Guay)

I am saddened to hear of Diane's passing.  This loss makes it one more classmate too many, for the class of Sept 73.  I am certain that Diane left her mark on this world to make it a better place for many. 

11/12/18 04:13 PM #9    

Brenda Archer (Shantz)

Thinking of Diane makes me smile. Never forgotten is her bubbly personality. 

Hoped to have seen her at the last reunion. Condolences to her family and friends.

11/12/18 04:50 PM #10    

Carol Nimchuk (Mytrash)

So sad to hear about Diane's passing. She had what seemed like endless energy anytime we chatted and was always so upbeat! 

11/12/18 06:51 PM #11    

Teresa Mazurek (Foote)

I'm saddened by the news of Diane. I certainly remember her bubbly personality and an un-ending smile. I send condolences to her family and to all of our class.


11/12/18 11:17 PM #12    

Laurie Whenham (Steele)

Saddened to hear about Diane...I went to high school with her (McNally High) & I was impressed & envious of her confidence & popularity. She was so enthusiastic, energetic & full of life! She was an amazing cheerleader & loved to ski. My best memory of her was horseback riding with her at the Kananaskis Guest Lodge (our 30th reunion?). She was the only one who would come riding...everyone else wanted to golf. We had a fantastic time & our own private reunion. She was an incredible woman & has left us far too soon. My deep condolences to her family.

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