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In Loving Memory

Walsh, Dianne C.

Walsh, Dianne C. was born in St. Louis, MO on May 17, 1943, to John and Anne (nee Kosciulek) Wozniak and entered into rest on Friday, June 14, 2024, at the age of 81.

Dear mother of Thomas Walsh. Dear sister of the late David Wozniak, the late Sylvia Span, John Wozniak, Mary Beth Heitman, Stephen Wozniak, Mychael Wozniak, Jane Wozniak-Primo, and Joseph Wozniak. Dear aunt, cousin, and friend of many.

Dianne was active in her parish and the Catholic Renewal Center. She loved spending time at the beach.

A Visitation will be held on Thursday, June 20, from 4-8 pm at the Kutis South County Chapel, 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. FUNERAL MASS will be Friday, June 21 at 9:30, am at St Francis of Assisi Church. Burial at Resurrection Cemetery.




6 thoughts on “Walsh, Dianne C.”

  1. Dianne was a faithful member of the Overflowing Joy Ministry many years ago and did a great job of sharing God’s love and joy to others. She was very devoted Mom to Tommy, who had the sweetest smile when she sang or talked to him.

  2. We met Dianne & Tom on Sunday at mass, they always sat in the same place
    so Tom would have a good view. She was a devoted mother to Tom at SFA
    We became friends quickly and she invited us to their apt – we always had fun
    and loved talking about “Our Lord” together ….. May she enter into her well-deserved reward in Heaven-R.I.P

  3. My wife Wanda and I worked with Dianne at the Social Security office in the late 70’s and early 80’s. Dianne came to our wedding in 1979 when she was very pregnant. We still smile when we see the picture of her in our receiving line with her belly showing prominently. Wanda helped celebrate Tommy’s birthdays for at least his first 3 years.

  4. Dianne was a faithful member of the renewal especially serving the Shepherd’s Table mass beginning at St. Anthony’s and beyond securing our priests for many years among other things. We were
    blessed to spend time at the beach one summer with her, and on many other occasions with her and Tommy. She was a faithful servant. May our God welcome her home.

  5. I hadn’t seen Dianne for a number of years, although we had many a good laugh as coworkers at SSA. I know she was a devoted mother to Tommy, always encouraging. My condolences to her family.


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