Beverly Diane Dawson
13 diciembre , 1929 – 25 junio , 2020
B. Diane Dawson was born two weeks before Christmas on Friday December the 13th 1929 and died June 25, 2020. She was preceded in death by her parents Raymond B. and N. Maye Dawson and her ex-husband Glyn Chappell. She was a lifetime member of Carlisle Avenue Baptist Church and lifetime member of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority. After graduating cum laude from Georgetown College she worked 2 years for Liberty Bank and then 40 years for Housing Authority of Louisville as an accountant. Diane was long time President of Louisville Girls High School Alumnae Club, and was a member of US Singletons and the Brightstar Chapter Order of Easter Star. She loved to travel and visited 18 different countries. She was a UK fan and Green Bay Packer fan. She loved playing Mexican Train Dominoes, reading murder mysteries, feeding the squirrels and the birds, and spending time with friends and her cats. She is survived by good friends Julia and Wayne Hurt, Janice Barr, and Barbara Steele, all of whom loved her and were a good help to her for many years. Visitation will be Tuesday from 4-7 pm at Arch L. Heady Funeral Home, 3601 Taylor Blvd. Her funeral service will be Wednesday at 10:00 am. She will be buried beside her parents and grandparents at Grove Hill Shelbyville Cemetery, Shelbyville, Ky. Please make a donation in Diane's memory to the Kentucky Humane Society 241 Steedly Drive, Louisville, KY 40214.
- She is survived by good friends Julia and Wayne Hurt, Janice Barr, and Barbara Steele, all of whom loved her and were a good help to her for many years.
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Beverly Diane Dawson
29 junio , 2020
Diane was good friends with my Aunt (Carolyn Foell). They took trips together and played dominoes and when I took my Aunt to the Flea Market, Diane met us there. I became her friend also, and when my Aunt was ill, I would call and let Diane know and after she passed away, I would call and check on Diane every so often to see how she was doing. We both loved cats and the Kentucky Wildcats. I will miss chatting with her, she was a sweet little lady.
With Sincere Sympathy,
Karen (Foell) Birkemeier