Diane (Everett) Kownacki

Diane (Everett) Kownacki

Diane (Everett) Kownacki, of Moon Twp., died on March 31, 2024, in Good Samaritan Hospice House, Wexford, PA. She was born in Sewickley, PA on July 19, 1956. The daughter of the late Charles & Lena (Ferry) Everett.

Diane graduated from Moon High School in 1974. She was a movie and sweets connoisseur, enjoying all that life had to offer. A devoted wife of 40 years and mother of 2. She loved Lake Erie and Hawaii.  You would never catch Diane in long sleeves or pants, even in the heart of winter, she had on her summer attire of tank tops and jean shorts.  Her smile, laugh, and positive attitude brought joy to everyone she encountered. Her belief was, “To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord”.

Diane is survived by her husband, Robert J. “Bob” Kownacki.  A son, Robert C. “Bobby” Kownacki & Fiancé Madison Schuffert. Sisters, Sherry Neal (Bill) & Sandra Frank (Eric).  Many nieces, nephews & friends.

In addition to her parents, Diane was preceded in death by her son, Jonathan Kownacki.

A celebration of life ceremony will be held on Sunday, May 19th, 2024 from 12pm-3pm at Baden Borough Building, 149 State St, Baden, PA 15005

6 thoughts on “Diane (Everett) Kownacki

  1. Sending heartfelt thoughts and prayers for the family as you gather to celebrate your love and memories of Diane. We were fortunate enough to have Diane as my maid of honor many moons ago. Love Lori and Kim Shannon

  2. My prayers and love I send too her family and friends.
    God rest her sweet soul.
    I met her once or twice through Sandy Frank,, my dear friend! Sorry for your loss.
    Love, Helen White

  3. I only got the honor of being in her presence a few times but she was truly caring and funny! Sending many prayers to her family and I know she’s in a better place watching over us with the Lord above! God Bless everyone!

  4. I was so sorry to hear Diane had died. She was my cousin, her mom and my dad siblings. Thou I have not seen her in many years I have such fond memories when she came to Leetonia Ohio in the summer for visits with her sisters. She was kind hearted and always had a smile. Praise the Lord that she is in Jesus loving arms.

  5. To Diane’s family,
    You have my deepest sympathy, and lots of prayers to you all.
    Diane and I were pretty close friends in school. We had many good laughs and memories. She will be missed. My heart is sad that we didn’t get to say in touch after getting married and moving so far away.

  6. Sandee, Sherry, and all who loved Diane!
    My deepest condolences to you and your family. Diane was always so sweet. I have nothing but fond memories of Diane. Praying your memories will sustain you through your unbelievable heartache. May Diane rest in peace.

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