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1953 - 2015
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Obituary for Dianne Qualkenbush

On September 27, 2015, our beloved Dianne went to share a greater glory with her loving God. It was during the last short year of her life that she understood the true meaning of God's plan for her. She suffered greatly through incredible pain, but the pain never overshadowed her love for the Lord, her family and life in general. She rarely complained, but only asked that she be given just one more day in order to accomplish just one more thing. Her "bucket list" became God's list, and she was called to her heavenly home to start her new journey.

Dianne was born in Florala, Alabama on November 19, 1953. She grew up in Paxton, Florida. Dianne was preceded in death by her parents, David and Anita Nobles. She was raised by her loving grandparents, Charlie and Hazel Kemp, who preceded her in death.

Dianne left behind a legacy of love with one son, Scotty Garcia and grandsons, Eian and Evan Garcia of Orlando, Florida. Bound by a circle of life and love are remaining sisters, Carolyn Nobles of Molino, Florida, Elizabeth Bullington of Pace, Florida and Paula Holtschneider of Molino, Florida. Their circle of love will never be broken, just continued. Dianne also leaves behind two wonderful and loving nieces, Tammie Mischey of Navarre, Florida and Tristan Smyers of Pace, Florida.

It was Dianne's request to have no final services. For those that would
like to give, please make a donation to Covenant Hospice. They were a blessing in Dianne's time of need.

Dianne asked that everyone live life to the fullest and to cherish each day and to make love, laughter and kindness the top priorities. Her love will live on in our hearts and the memory of that beautiful smile will be a rainbow for each of our days.

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