My husband, Ray, loved Diane. He said she was the best owner we ever sold a horse to and he was so thrilled that she would share pictures and stayed in touch with him. I was busy working and I lost my love for horses when my stallion died, so Ray was the horse person in the family. Much like Diane was! I can tell she was a lovely, talented person and I regret not getting to know her. But I imagine that they are having many horse conversations now that both of them are in Heaven. I know your hearts are broken and I understand and know how your feel. Prayers for your family go up. Susan League
I have so many favorite memories, The first time we met I was 9. Twitchie the rabbit. Meeting Stormy. you getting engaged to my brother,. David being born, Mark and Scott being born. Patches, the laughter, Your smile. So many memories...... You will be missed ... until we meet again
Our hearts certainly go out to all the Arnemann and Howard family. Diane was probably the first person to welcome us to 15th Road here in Broad Channel 50 years ago. Not long afterwards, we would get together, along with our first sons who were just 3 days apart in birth. I remember going to each other’s houses and playing cards with our husbands. Why in the world does “Monopoly” also come to mind? Before long, her friends also became my friends because she included me. I was always grateful for that. We pray she rest peacefully and happily in the arms of Jesus. May the Lord bless all the family as He wraps each of you in His comforting arms of Love.
With Love & Sympathy,
Joanne & Bob
In memory of my dear neighbor and friend Diane , It has been such a pleasure to have had her as my neighbor., She was always such a kind & sweet person to all , always had a smile on her face. She was beautiful inside and out . I will miss her saying , Hi Grace from across the street .She will certainly be missed . Fifteen Road will not be the same .. Rest In Peace