Age 66, beloved wife, of Sid Toleno, devoted mother of Robin Covey; Toni Cunningham; Susanne Toleno; Julie Combs, Norman Combs and grandmother of 12, and great-grandmother of four, went to join her son, Morgan in the great final home of peace and eternal rest. Dianna spent 22 years at Roseburg Forest Product, and she loved her time with the Lion's Club and the United Commercial Travelers, where she rose and British Columbia, their highest position. She spent time volunteering at Mercy Hospital, ten years, and Hospice for a time. She loved "the Girls: of her Bunco club, and after the loss of Morgan, plunged into hosting Exchange students (ten) from all around the world. Her home was to become a refuge for foster children (26) for several years, until giving them up became too unbearable to her. She leaves behind a sister, Mary Aguilar of Myrtle Creek, Oregon; brother, Arron Wilson of Fort Smith; Dear and loving sister, "Roxy Fester and Martha Bryant of Roseburg, Oregon. Dianna collected Angels and coffee cups and loved cooking and her home of 28 years. In her rush to taste life, Dianna traveled to over 50 countries and was on 25 cruises. She loved sports, the Ducks, The Dodgers, and watching Sid play softball. With a great sense of humor, 30 minutes before passing away, she asked her daughter, Robin to call a taxi and when asked why, Dianna stated that she had to get out of here! A memorial service will be held on Saturday, February 20, 2010, at St. Paul Lutheran Church at 11 a.m. Arrangements are being made through Taylor's Family Mortuary in Winston, Oregon.
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