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Diana Eynon

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Diana B. Eynon, 85, passed away in the home of one of her granddaughters, on Dec. 29th She was surrounded by many of her family members. She was born June 17th 1926 in London, England. She had been a resident of Upland for over 60 years. She was employed at Upland School in the food services department for 10 years. She was a member of the Upland Church of the Nazarene. Diana is survived by her son Edward Smith, and daughters and their spouses, Susan and Roger Griffith, Rebecca and Andrew DeMasi and Deborah and James Hammond; her 11 grandchildren and her 20 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband of over 49 years, Ray Eynon. Diana was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She was the Queen of the family. She will be remembered for her love, kind heart and gentleness. A celebration of life will be held on Thursday Jan. 5th 2012 at 1pm at the First Church of the Nazarene Ontario 1311 West 5th St. Ontario, Ca. 91762 Flowers are welcomed or a memorial contribution may be sent, as an expression of gratitude, to April and Brandon McMahon for their exceptional care and commitment to Diana over the past year. Make payable to April & Brandon McMahon mail to England Family Mortuary 27135 Madison Ave. Temecula, CA 92590.

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  1. I feel privileged to have been your granddaughter. I miss you so much already. Fly High Grandma!!!

  2. I have wonderful memories of Diane in her kitchen. I can still see her sitting the table and smell her pot roast and gravy, long green beans,and her wonderful mash potatoes. She had such joy cooking and her laughter was present along the way. Thank you for your kindness and unconditional love. Enjoy heaven it will be wonderful!

  3. No one could have asked for a more loving mother than you. You were always there for me, giving me your best. I will miss you until we are together again. I love you “Mum”.

  4. We love you Diana you are an inspiration to all of us. You will be missed. Sleep in Peace out of pain for ever xx

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