August 13, 1951 ~ May 1, 2021

Born in: Pueblo, CO
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Service of Diana Kay DeCesaro:

Diana Kay DeCesaro, 69, passed away unexpectedly on May 1, 2021. Survived by husband, Thomas Matthew DeCesaro; children, Alisa DeCesaro (Scot Carpenter), Cherie DeCesaro, Patrick (Genevieve) DeCesaro, Matthew DeCesaro (Joella Sandoval), Thomas Anthony DeCesaro and Dina (Stephen) O’Dorisio; grandchildren, Kristen, Mitchell, Michael, Logan, Alexandra, Jake, Dylan, Sofi, Georgia, Anthony, Josiah and Charlotte; mother, Georgia Lowery; brother, Robert (Caron) Timme; special pet, Rocko; and numerous friends and extended family. Preceded in death by father, Ray Timme; daughter, Sara DeCesaro; and in-laws, Alfred and Sarah DeCesaro.  Diana was born August 13, 1951, in Pueblo, Colo. She was a loving mother of seven children and grandmother of 12 grandchildren. Diana was a licensed childcare provider for 17 years and was instrumental in helping to raise up numerous children whom she loved like family. She spent the last 19 years concocting delectable treats at Taffy’s, and many in this town looked forward to her Christmas baskets. Her favorite pastimes were reading and tending to her huge collection of plants. Her love of reading was passed on to many of her children. Diana never sat still and was an example of reliability, hard work and sacrifice. She was a strong matriarch and instilled in her children an appreciation for the written word, education and the importance of family. She embodied the epitome of resiliency and overcame so many hardships throughout her life and remained here for all of us. Diana was a loving wife to Tom for 41 years and demonstrated incredible fortitude and dedication and has been caring for her 93 year old mother in her home. She gave her daughter, Sara, excellent care before she passed from this world and now they are reunited and resting in God’s grace. Diana was deeply loved by her husband, children and grandchildren, the loss of her is immense and she will be missed deeply. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Friday, May 7, 2021, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com

Services

Memorial Service: May 7, 2021 11:00 am

Montgomery & Steward Funeral Chapel
1317 N. Main Street
Pueblo, CO 81003

719-542-1552
http://www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. We just heard of her passing. We are so very sorry and pray for healing. Sara and mom are now reunited.

  2. To the DeCesaro and Timme families: Our sincerest sympathies to you on the passing of Diana Kay. Blessings: Leona and Bill Hrutky

  3. My prayers go out to my dear friend Alisa and the family. Diana was always so kind and good to me when I was a young teenager. As I got older she was always so nice when I would run into her periodically through the years. May she Rest In Peace.

  4. Tom and family our thoughts and prayers with you today during this loss. We are also sorry about your mom who passed way. From Vincent gentile and daughters.

  5. sending all of my love to the DeCesaro family. i had the pleasure of working most of my days with Diana, and have many memories of her that will be in my heart forever! thank you for all of the laughs and smiles, getting doughnuts for us and all the stories you shared with me!

  6. CandleImageI’m so sorry and I’m praying for everyone who will miss her terribly! Especially Diana’s children and grandchildren!! Bob and I are still in disbelief that she is gone!!

  7. CandleImageAll my love and prayers to the entire family. We all grew up on Lynwood and the memories in these postings sound all too familiar. Rest In Peace Diana and may you be reunited with beautiful Sarah in heaven.

  8. CandleImageDiana, You were my co-worker for 8 years and we only ever saw eachother for work but you were one of the kindest warm hearted people I ever met and I saw you more like family than just a co-worker we shared smiles laughs and stories and I will miss seeing your smiling face every weekend I’m sure everyone will we all love you R. I. P. Diana.

  9. CandleImageDiana cared for my brother and I nearly our whole childhoods, and even when we were too old for childcare the DeCesaro home was our landing place after school. Thank you for helping to raise me and for giving me a second family I still cherish to this day. You will be forever missed.

  10. Our deepest sympathy to the DeCesaro and Timme family. Although we did not know Diana, our family lived next door to Fritz and Sarain the early 50’s and our mom practiced nursing with Georgia. We send our blessings and prayers to all of you who are grieving for your beloved Diana.

  11. Watching our kids play together. Dressing kids up for halloween parties. Get togethers at your home. The wonderful ways you cared for your family. You had a kind heart and a great laugh. You will be missed by so many people. My prayers and sympathy to the entire family.

  12. CandleImageRest In Peace my beautiful friend. I will always cherish our times together. You are going to be missed by so many. See you on the other side. Love you 😘 ❤️

  13. RIP my friend. I have so many memories. Bike rides, family swim and of course our shopping excursions! Miss you so much.

  14. CandleImageDiana, you were an amazing woman. Hard working, kind, caring and strong. You were a 2nd mom to my girls and took such good care of them. My friend you will be missed, I love you and I will be praying that memories with you bring Tom and your beautiful children and grandchildren comfort. Deepest condolences.

  15. Yes ma’am those bike ride days and family swim are memories that will stay with us forever

    • I am so happy we have them. Not a lot of people do things like that any more. We were so lucky

  16. My kids and I have so many happy memories of bike rides, family swim and bronco games. We will hold those memories dear to our heart. Your support during my recent loss of Avery was greatly appreciated. Much love and prayers to everyone

  17. CandleImageDiane you were so kind to the kids and treated them like your own. You were a part of our family for years my heart goes out to your children and husband. I was so honored to have met you In this life. Til we meet again…

    • The times our families spent together were amongst some of the best days of my life. And the condolences you sent during the loss of my son recently meant the world to me. May you be resting in peace with your daughter, Sara.

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