Eternal Valley Memorial Park & Mortuary

23287 North Sierra Hwy, Newhall, CA


Diane Marie Vollom

22 junio , 194211 enero , 2020
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Diane Marie D’Amore born on June 22, 1942. Daughter of Mario and Winifred D’Amore. She became Diane Marie Vollom on September 7, 1961 marrying the love of her life Denis Vollom. Mother of Daughters, Robyn and Kelli, and Son, Jeffrey.

Loved by all who knew her; Husband, Daughters, Son-in-laws Danny and Steve, Granddaughters Hannah, Sarah, Ashley, Grandson, Austin, her newly added Grandson Shawn and many family and friends.

She had a special love for Jesus, and is with Him today.

God bless you, Diane, for your wonderful life.


  • Funeral Service martes, 21 enero , 2020
  • Graveside Service martes, 21 enero , 2020
  • Reception martes, 21 enero , 2020


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Kathy & Jim Tapscott

febrero 21, 2020

My dear Sister in Law for Life, you will forever be in my heart. My greatest Blessing was being with you when you accepted Jesus Christ as your Personal Savior! There could be no greater gift on this earth!
I celebrate your strength as a terrific Wife, Mother, Sister, Aunt, Daughter, Friend, Woman of God. Your creativity leaves many heartfelt memories to all who knew you. Sharing prayers, laughter and love with you throughout a lifetime gives me great joy and peace. I look forward to seeing you again one day for eternity. Thank you, dear sister, for more than words can express.
I will love you forever!

Strand Family

enero 21, 2020

We feel like our family won the friendship lottery when we met the Hutchinson family almost 25 years ago. Once we started meeting the extended family, it was an unbelievable bonus. We instantly loved Denis and Dianne, how could you not? To our kids, they were instantly Grandpa Denis and Grandma Diane. Diane, although often in pain or not feeling well, was an unbelievable trooper and loved having a good time. She always had the biggest smile on her face and didn't want to miss out on anything. One summer, the girls and I met Robyn and the girls at Denis and Diane's home, and that still is considered one of their all time favorite trips and places to visit. Diane, you will be unbelievably missed. There will always be a hole in our heart. Your legacy lives on in your incredible daughters. Diane loved Jesus so much and one day we will have an awesome reunion in heaven. Thank you Danny, Robyn, Hannah and Sarah for sharing your family with us and with so many! We love you all!

Hannah Brackett (Hutchinson)

enero 21, 2020

My grandma Diane was one of a kind. She was truly one of my best friends from as early as I can remember. I couldn’t have been older than 5 or 6 years old when we were visiting my grandparents and my mom made soup for dinner. The last thing any 6 year old wants to do is eat a big bowl of vegetables, but my mom told me if I didn’t eat it I wouldn’t get any ice cream for dessert. Every time my mom turned her back or left the kitchen, Grandma Diane took a bite of my soup and gave me a look as if it was our little secret. It was that moment I realized how selfless of a person she was.

As I grew older, my grandma and I became closer and closer. In my 3rd year of college, I moved in with my grandparents along with my sister who had the room right across the hall. Some college students would NEVER even think about doing something like this. Most college kids would rather be living with their friends, out partying and making crazy memories. Our nights at the Vollom house consisted of grandpa cooking us ground turkey and SpagehttiOs and turning on Jeopardy at 7pm, Wheel Of Fortune at 7:30 and getting to bed by 10 at the latest. Each morning grandma and I sat together as we drank our coffee and we never missed the Price Is Right. These may not be typical “college stories” but I wouldn’t trade them for the world.

She loved Jesus with all of her heart and I loved seeing her face light up when we talked about him. Kind of like the way her face lit up every time someone brought up Josh Groban. Her and I may have been 50 years apart, but our souls were almost exactly the same. We shared the same love for musicals, Disney, old music and films, and so much more. Every time I saw her name pop up on my phone, I knew she was calling to tell me about a Disneyland special that was on TV. I would never hang up the phone without telling her that I loved her & I hoped to see her soon.

It may be a little bit longer than we planned, but grandma, I love you & I’ll see you again <3

Kerri Spurlin

enero 19, 2020

Dearest Diane,
I can’t begin to put into words how much you are missed. Walking upstairs at work and not seeing you cheering on Price is Right, or watching some of your favorite old shows, sitting at my desk hearing you enjoy your classical music, your smile while you walked thru the office for a Costco trip always asking if anyone needed anything. You were always so kind and loving to me. Kelli, Robyn and Jeff hit a grand slam in the Mom department. What a special guardian angel they have to look after them. Please don’t worry, we are all here for Denis, he’s in great hands with your amazing family.
Love you.

Diane and Chuck Stansfield

enero 17, 2020

Your strength and love abound along with that beautiful smile that shines brightly. We have wonderful memories of times spent in YWives, camping trips and Super Bowl Sundays. Rest In Peace dear friend we love you.
Diane and Chuck

Jackie Mouw

enero 17, 2020

We will never think of you without remembering your smile and peace with life. You had so many health issues and trials in life and we always knew God was with you as we know He is now. We will miss the fun times with you but wow what wonderful memories! Love you always, Darrell and Jackie

Jeri Marie Banks

enero 16, 2020

Aunt Dianne....you were always such a classy lady. Your faith and kindness were a constant inspiration to me, reminding me that I was not the only one who understood that there was something...some ONE...bigger than us. Although we grew up over 20 years apart, it was such a sense of relief (and belonging) to know that we grew up in such similar circumstances. Thank you for sharing your life, your history, your faith, and your love with me. I will never forget your beautiful spirit.
Love you!

Noelle VanHoy

enero 16, 2020

It is with love and grace that I got to know Mrs. Vollom and then Diane. She was always with a smile, great stories of the latest on her girls and grandkids and never left a visit with us in Arizona without teaching us a new game. Forevermore I will remember Mrs. Vollom and Diane as a woman that exuded, endless compassion, kindness and faith.

Blessing and love,


Dianne Bright

enero 15, 2020

Aunt Diane,

It’s always been fun to share the same name. I have enjoyed many years of being “Little Dianne” and calling you “Big Diane” and the taller I got, the funnier it became.

If I think of one word to describe you, it’s STRONG. I know you’ve have a number of health challenges in your lifetime, but you never seemed to complain. Even for the time your mom was sick, you just seemed to have ongoing strength. Another way I see your strength has been in your faith and convictions.

I’m grateful that you have left a legacy of strength to all who know and love you. Isaiah 40:31, “Those that wait on the Lord will renew their strength. They will mount up with wings as eagles. They will run and not grow weary; they will walk and not faint.”

Love you, Big Diane.

—Little Dianne

Beth Spurlin

enero 15, 2020

Diane thank you for all the beautiful memories being in your home. Getting ready for proms doing our cheers in your family room summer time swimming and baby showers. You were always there for what ever we needed. You will be missed dearly! 🙏🏼❤️🙏🏼 Love you may you Rest In Peace Beth