Diana Q. Oreskovich, 65, of Pueblo, passed away March 25, 2014. Survived by her son, Ron (Janna Hartman) Oreskovich; daughter, Kristy (Ian Cheng) Oreskovich; grandsons, Bryce Aumiller, Owen and Miles Cheng; brothers, Doug (Sue) Hall, Gene (Lynn) Hall, Jack (Margo) Hall; numerous nieces, nephews, extended family, and many friends. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ron Oreskovich and parents, Aldon and Betty Hall. Diana was born in Charlottesville, Virginia, on October 14, 1948. She enjoyed golfing, traveling, and spending time with family and friends. Rosary, 6 p.m. Sunday, March 30, Mass, 10 a.m. Monday, March 31, both at St. Mary's Help of Christians Church, 307 E. Mesa Ave. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. In lieu of food and flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice, through the funeral home.

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  1. Years and circumstances sometimes separate friends.We were friends with both of your parents and shared many of lives special moments, specially our weddings. Our memories of Ron and Diana are happy ones, full of mischief and fun.
    Ron and Kristy, may God be with you both during this time of deep sorrow. Our prayers are with you.

    John and Flo Lenhart

  2. Our hearts are deeply saddened by the passing of Diana. There are so many wonderful words to describe Diana and she will be missed by family and friends. We enjoyed our get togethers, vacations, golfing, Preseren picnics and so much more with Diana, Ron and our families. Are deepest condolences to all her family.
    Sincerely,
    Alice and Orie

  3. My deepest condolences. Your mother was such a cheerful and happy person. She worked at El Pueblo Boys and Girls Ranch in the school and later volunteered for several years in the accounting office. Her bright smile every Tuesday was something we all looked forward to. Diane never said a bad thing about anybody. She loved spending time with her grandchildren – She talked about them all the time. She especially loved her special time golfing with them. Heaven is happy to welcome such a wonderful angel.

  4. I was so sorry to hear about Diana. I met her walking her dog,(neighbor), and we shared many mornings having a cup of coffee together. She loved her dog and spoke highly of her children and grandchildren. She was a beautiful lady inside and out, and I will miss and remember her lovely smile. My sincere condolences to the family.

  5. Ron and Kristy our hearts are broken but at the same time they are lifted knowing that we have so many wonderful memories of your beautiful mom. We all know that her and your dad have reuniting in heaven. As the days get longer and the nights get shorter we hope that you will find peace knowing that their spirit will live on forever! Our bodies are only borrowed but our souls are forever! When you need your mom she will be there. Just listen and you will hear her, it might be through a picture and animal or even a song but you will be sure to know that it is her..Trust me I know!! God Bless you all and please know that we are thinking about you from Mississippi. Lots of Love to you both!

  6. I golfed with Diana for several years and the one thing that I’ll always remember is that she was that one special person who NEVER said a bed or unkind word about anyone. She was a beautiful woman not only on the outside but on the inside as well. She is someone who I strive to be like in my daily dealings with people. God Bless her. And I will miss her hugs and smiles.

    Jeannie Koshak

  7. Ron, Janna, Kristy and family: Your mother was a beautiful and gracious woman. I first met her when she came to the Boys and Girl’s Ranch to help out with office work in her spare time. She always had a big smile and usually a hug when coming and going. She was a One-of-a-Kind and will be missed! Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Karin and Wes

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