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Diana Kay Eberts
Diana Kay Eberts, age 67, passed away at her family home on September 6, 2021 due to a sudden stroke. She was born July 27, 1954 in Ottumwa, Iowa to Bernard and Janet Tremmel. The first decades of her life were spent in the Midwest – growing up in Iowa, attending college at Northeast Missouri State, working in Minneapolis as a teacher, and then moving to Omaha after she met her lifetime partner, Charles (Chuck) Eberts.
As her relationship with Chuck grew, they decided they wanted to move away from the Midwest to find a place with warmer weather, more activities, and a home where they could raise a family. They found that place in Tempe, AZ, where Diana and Chuck have resided ever since. Once in Arizona, the couple started a family of four wonderful children. Diana was an amazing mother and led a full-time career raising and caring for her family. Even as her kids grew older, her love, support, and dedication for her family never changed. Diana loved to spend time with her family, bowl with the weekly league, go out to meals with her husband and kids, and talk with friends and relatives.
Diana is survived by her husband, Chuck; her two sons and their wives Christopher and Jennifer Eberts and Patrick and Erin Eberts; her two daughters and son-in-law, Jillian Eberts and Laura and Josh Wray; and her loving grandson, Wyatt Eberts. All of whom loved and cared for her deeply. Please join us celebrating her life Monday morning September 13, 2021, between 9 a.m. — 11 a.m. at Richardson Funeral Home, 2621 South Rural Road, Tempe, Arizona. Interment will immediately follow the celebration of Diana's life at Paradise Memorial Gardens Cemetery, 9300 East Shea Boulevard, Scottsdale, Arizona. Richardson Funeral Home, Tempe, Arizona is compassionately serving the Eberts family.
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We're so very sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers go out for family and friends. Diane and I lived a half block away in Ottumwa and walked to school together, had play dates and and sleep overs. I'm truly sorry for your loss.
Julie Cogdill-Jahnke Sep 20 2021 10:02 PM
Please accept our condolences on the loss of your wife, Mom, and friend. We went to school and graduated with her.
Debbie Coleman Sep 19 2021 8:54 AM
I am so sorry
for your loss. 1972 classmate, Deb Dyer
deborah dyer Sep 19 2021 6:14 AM
I have known Diana since we were in junior high in the late 60s. She was such a kind, sweet, and caring person. We had so much fun at sleepovers, swimming at the muni pool and all of the fun activities of those days. She and Jannie always created the coolest things, whether crafts or homemade clothing. She will be missed.
Connie Ferguson Sep 17 2021 4:40 PM
Sympathy Gift courtesy of Diane Wray. Group of 10 Memorial Trees Planted In Loving Memory of Diana Kay Eberts.
Diane Wray Sep 13 2021 8:18 AM
I have known Diana since she was born. I watched her grow up from my little niece to a woman who became a wonderful wife, loving mother and then my adult friend. I will miss being able to see her when I'm in AZ and calling her to talk while I'm walking my dog. Will love you forever, Di!
Cathy Musulli Sep 12 2021 9:12 PM
We so much enjoyed their visits when the came back to see her Mom. Their marriage was the true meaning of a beautiful LOVE STORY. Diana's love for her family and friends was never ending.We had many suppers at BUBBA Q's where we all visited and raised the roof with laughter. Rest In Peace Diana. The world lost a wonderful woman but HEAVEN gained a BEAUTIFUL ANGEL. You will be very much missed.
Angie and Jim Elder
Angie and Jim Elder Sep 12 2021 2:20 PM
So sorry for your loss. Chuck we are keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.
Eric and Tracy Petersen Sep 11 2021 1:12 PM
Thanks for the photo tribute to Diana. Nova Dawn and I are very sorry that you and your family have suffered the loss of a wonderful wife, mother, and grandmother. I will always cherish the memories of our childhood and teenage years. She will be greatly missed.
John Bivens Sep 11 2021 9:34 AM
Such a fun and kind woman. I always looked forward to when Diana and Chuck visited. There was never a dull moment and a ton of laughter. She will be greatly missed and loved. Prayers for all of her family. Sincerely with love and affection. Brent Cook and family.
Brent Cook Sep 11 2021 12:19 AM