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Dianne Zeigler
Date of Death: May 25, 2014
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Visitation
New Life Ministries
Saturday 5/31, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Service
New Life Ministries
Saturday 5/31, 12:00 pm
Cemetery
Evergreen Cemetery
Saturday 5/31

Dianne Lynne Zeigler (Hodack), 47, of Vestal, New York passed away at home Sunday, May 25, 2014 comforted by her loving husband and surrounded by her family. Dianne is survived by her husband, David E. Zeigler; grandmother, Virginia Barrows; mother, Carol Hodack; father and step-mother, Daniel and Kathleen Hodack; siblings, Daniel Hodack, Denise and Jeff…

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Kathy Kosko & Charles Barrow left a message on May 28, 2014:
Heaven just got a little more beautiful. You will be missed my friend but never forgotten. Watch over us. So much love, Kathy & Charles
Kathy Kosko & Charles Barrow left a message on May 28, 2014:
My heart smiles knowing you are out of pain and home. So blessed that I got to reconnect with you after all these years. You were a big part of my childhood and an essential part of my journey into adulthood. You will be missed my beautiful friend but you will never be forgotten. Watch over us my friend. Love you. Kathy & Charles
Elyse Lottier left a message on May 29, 2014:
I haven't seen Dianne in over 9 years since I moved from Binghamton but I will never forget her smile and her infectious spirit. It was wonderful to reconnect with her this past year on Facebook and I only wish there were words to express the loss I feel. In looking at her FB page and reading all the posts and being able to share the many pictures that have been posted I learn more about the wonderful, talented and kind person that she was. How sad to have her life end so soon. It is clear that she was loved, that she loved and that she will be missed by so many. My heartfelt sympathy to her husband and family. Sincerely, Elyse Lottier
Elyse Lottier left a message on May 29, 2014:
I haven't seen Dianne in over 9 years since I moved from Binghamton but I will never forget her smile and her infectious spirit. It was wonderful to reconnect with her this past year on Facebook and I only wish there were words to express the loss I feel. In looking at her FB page and reading all the posts and being able to share the many pictures that have been posted I learn more about the wonderful, talented and kind person that she was. How sad to have her life end so soon. It is clear that she was loved, that she loved and that she will be missed by so many. My heartfelt sympathy to her husband and family. Sincerely, Elyse Lottier
Lu Dick left a message on May 29, 2014:
Dianne was a part of the 'girls lunch group' here at Golden Artist Colors when we all met 15 years ago. We enjoyed much good hearted humor when we were together and we are all thankful & happy to have known her. Many years have passed , but we still feel connected to her kindess and friendship. We are sorry to hear of your struggle, but are sure God blessed you with a kiss, last Sunday. Lu Dick
Allen Memorial left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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