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Diane M. (Hutchison) Sellon

March 15, 1945 - December 28, 2020

Burial Date January 2, 2021

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Posted by:
Cousin Carol

Posted on:
January 2, 2021

My precious, funny, loving, kind cousin Diane was more like a sister to me growing up, we are only a year apart, and our parents made sure we saw each-other all the time. The word “RESPECT” for family was drilled in our minds! How thankful I am that we never forgot that...I got Diane’s hand-me-downs from clothes to bikes ( how much closer can you get?. We used to watch “American Bandstand” to see all the dances and then practice them. We actually won a contest for “The Stroll” back in the day. Well as you all know, Di never changed...she loved life, Elvis, family and pets...She will be forever in our hearts...never to be forgotten for her infectious laugh...she lit up a room where ever she went. I’m left with the memory of her & my sister dancing and singing to “WE ARE FAMILY” in Ross’s department store last January at the checkout counter!!! “ Can’t Help falling in love with you”

Posted by:
Cousin Carol

Posted on:
January 2, 2021

My precious, funny, loving, kind cousin Diane was more like a sister to me growing up, we are only a year apart, and our parents made sure we saw each-other all the time. The word “RESPECT” for family was drilled in our minds! How thankful I am that we never forgot that...I got Diane’s hand-me-downs from clothes to bikes ( how much closer can you get?. We used to watch “American Bandstand” to see all the dances and then practice them. We actually won a contest for “The Stroll” back in the day. Well as you all know, Di never changed...she loved life, Elvis, family and pets...She will be forever in our hearts...never to be forgotten for her infectious laugh...she lit up a room where ever she went. I’m left with the memory of her & my sister dancing and singing to “WE ARE FAMILY” in Ross’s department store last January at the checkout counter!!! “ Can’t Help falling in love with you”

Posted by:
Bob Johnson

Posted on:
January 1, 2021

Although I had not seen her in many years I still.. remember her. fondly as one of my “kissing” cousins. I hope she’s now at peace with Beverly,Tommy,Ginger, and Goerge

Posted by:
John & Joyce Mosman

Posted on:
December 31, 2020

My dearest Auntie Di, It is with a heavy heart that I say goodbye. Your laughter and constant smile was always a ray of sunshine. You always were happy to see everybody and everybody was always happy to see you. As a toddler you taught me to ping my food across the room. I am quite sure Mom loved you for that. As I got old enough to remember life you would stage TV commercials for me to keep me amused. The Skippy peanut butter commercial will always be burned in my memory. It is because of you that I love peanut butter and will to this day at 64 years always buy Skippy. You will be more than missed by me and Joyce, you will be loved forever! Goodbye Auntie and thank you! All our love John and Joyce

Posted by:
John & Joyce Mosman

Posted on:
December 31, 2020

My dearest Auntie Di, It is with a heavy heart that I say goodbye. Your laughter and constant smile was always a ray of sunshine. You always were happy to see everybody and everybody was always happy to see you. As a toddler you taught me to ping my food across the room. I am quite sure Mom loved you for that. As I got old enough to remember life you would stage TV commercials for me to keep me amused. The Skippy peanut butter commercial will always be burned in my memory. It is because of you that I love peanut butter and will to this day at 64 years always buy Skippy. You will be more than missed by me and Joyce, you will be loved forever! Goodbye Auntie and thank you! All our love John and Joyce

Posted by:
Patrick Connolly

Posted on:
December 31, 2020

Diane also known as Big Red was one of the nicest people I have ever worked with. She was so much fun we would talk about her family. She loved all of you so much . The. Court was not the same after she retired

Posted by:
Rick Mosman

Posted on:
December 31, 2020

My fondest memory of my Godmother,Aunt Di is that my brothers and I were loved unconditionally by her. We could do no wrong in her eyes! Also, when we lived in Hanover , MA, , Aunt Di, a neighbor and I started to practice singing Christmas carols to go out caroling in the neighborhood. Well, it never happened because our voices were bad, real bad!!! Aunt Di, I will always love and miss you deeply. Love, Rick Christmas Eve

Posted by:
Ruthanne &Chuck Maginnis

Posted on:
December 31, 2020

Dear Lisa & Family, and Jeannie & Gail, So sorry to hear of Diane’s passing. She was a lovely person with a warm heart ?? There will be quite a New Years celebration in heaven tonight...Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love, Ruthanne

Posted by:
Scott Mosman

Posted on:
December 31, 2020

Aunty Di, Thanks for all the times you babysat me, while my parents took my two older brothers on vacation. LOL! They’re the ones who missed out. Thank you for the fun times, the laughs, the animated story telling, especially when I got older because the stories got even better. Your love for Elvis Presley also made me a fan. The day after you passed away, I was heading to my moms house (your sister, Jeanne) and an Elvis song came on the radio, "I'll Remember You" I know you were there with me. Yes, I will always remember you. Till we meet again, and when we do, I want to hear some new stories. God Bless Love, Scotty

Posted by:
Gloria Rolinson

Posted on:
December 30, 2020

To my dear friend who I will miss so much. We were friends for a long time and had a lot of laughs. You will always be in my thought and prayers. Love you.

Posted by:
Jean Mosman

Posted on:
December 30, 2020

SISTERSi - Side by Side or Miles Apart - Sisters Will ALWAYS BE Connected By Their HEART. Dear Di, I will always remember the good times and laughter we shared. I miss you so much and will love you eternally. Till we meet again!!! Your Loving Sister, Jeanne

Posted by:
Lorraine Bertolino

Posted on:
December 30, 2020

To Lisa and family, I am so sorry for the loss of your precious Mother. She was such as close friend and fellow worker. Diane was kind to everyone and always had a smile. We had many serious talks and also many many laughs. She is an angel looking over you and her sisters. I will miss her friendship but will also have beautiful memories. Rest in peace Diane.

Posted by:
Julie and Justin Kinneen

Posted on:
December 30, 2020

Aunt Di is an inspiration to all in how she approached life with joy and resilience. I’m so thankful for the fun memories from family parties and her sharing her love of animals. We wish her peace and we’re thinking about her loved ones at this difficult time. Love, Julie and Justin <3

Posted by:
Gail Cody

Posted on:
December 30, 2020

To My Dearest Sister and Best Friend, I will always remember you and, especially, the happy memories we had Diane. I know you are with all our loved ones now and is very happy and at peace. I will miss you beyond words. Your Loving Sister, Gail

Posted by:
Dawn & Alan Padovani

Posted on:
December 30, 2020

Lisa, Scott, and family, We are so sorry for your loss. You have our deepest sympathy.

Posted by:
Lisa, Scott, Lauren and Dylan

Posted on:
December 29, 2020

We will miss you so much Mom. You were my light and my strength. I have lost my best friend. I know you are an angel now and with your loved ones. We will miss you. Love you Mama.

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