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Diane P Rissinger

Diane P. Rissinger

1950-2021

Diane was a giving person, always willing to help anyone in need. Diane served in the Army; her term of service was right out of high school to the age of 21. During her service, she was stationed in Germany, where she met her husband Donald R. Rissinger. After service they settled down in Murray, Utah where they spent 45 happy years together. Becoming very close to their community and close neighbors.
Diane was a simple person who was easy to please, she had a love of owls for the wisdom they portrayed, decorating her house with these beautiful birds. A Harley Davidson she loved to see the world on (with Donald always following right behind her in the car). She was proud member of the Motormaids women’s motorcycle club for years. You couldn’t come between her and the pavement. She was meant to be on that bike, and it always will be her home away from home.
As well as her love for traveling, she also had a deep love for camping, hunting, and fishing. Also revealing her passion for guns. She also had a love for critters, having many pets in her lifetime that never went without the top-of-the-line care.
Diane is survived by her sister, niece, nephew, stepson, brother-in-law, aunts, and uncle. Diane will be missed by all.
Jump on that iron horse, and ride on. You will always be loved and with us.


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Thank you God for bringing Diane into my life. She truly blessed me and my entire family. May she Rest In Peace.

Lezlie Huggard Dec 4 2021 2:02 PM

Diane was a fantastic neighbor and friend. She was more than a neighbor, she was part of our family, and always looked out for us. We went on many a hunting, fishing and motorcycle adventures together with Don. Our visits every evening , were always entertaining, especially talking about our Army days in Germany. Her spare rib dinners were a favorite of ours.
Diane was an incredibly giving person, who made sure everyone else came first. There is so much more I could say regarding Diane and how fantastic she was.
My son Jake said it best on how wonderfully Diane treated our children and grandchildren Diane will be greatly missed.

Alex Huggard Dec 1 2021 7:57 PM

Diane was the best neighbor I ever had. Really she was more like an Aunt. She took suck great care of me growing up. She always had a pizza or treat to feed me. She would over pay me to take care of her and Don's animals while they were off on adventures. She treated my kids like they were her grandchildren and they too loved her. Di will be sorely missed!

Jake Dec 1 2021 6:42 PM

My sympathy. I only knew Diane for a short time. She became a dear friend that will be missed. She touched my life and heart when I needed it most. I pray the family finds peace. Bless you Diane.

Deborah Singleton Nov 7 2021 12:24 AM