Diane L. Kuty
April 7, 1943 – June 3, 2018
Diane L. Kuty )nee Krobusek), age 75, passed away June 3, 2018 at UHHS Geauga Medical Center in Claridon Twp. She was born April 7, 1943 in Cleveland. She resided in Chester Twp. since 1969. Diane enjoyed bowling, playing cards, and trips to Las Vegas with her late husband, Vincent. She was an Administrative Assistant with Slabe Machine Products Co. in Willoughby, and later became a Travel Agent working with Let's Go Travel in Newbury Twp. She is survived by sons, Vince, Jr. (Beth) and Ken (Sheri); grandchildren, Vince, III, Brianna, Todd (Tabby), and Ryan (Sami); great-grandchild, Brooklyn. She is preceded in death by her husband, Vincent, Sr.; and brother, Robert (Antoinette) Lanese. Private family services will be held. Burial at Western Reserve Memorial Gardens in Chester Twp. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Diane's name may be made to Chardon Girls Golf, at www.chardonathletics.org or another charity of your choice.
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June 23, 2018
Diane was one of my best friends. Our many trips to Vegas and other casinos. I'll never forget all the fun we had playing cards. You and Vince were special people, in my life. I'll miss you. No more hurting. Your with Vince this is our little joke so what color bow will Vince be wearing when you get to see him again?
June 7, 2018
My Aunt Diane was one of my favorite people ever. She was a teenager when I was born and already with my Uncle Vince. We lived with my Grandma so I was blessed to see a lot of them as I grew up. We moved to Brentwood Village and lived only a street away. Even when they moved to Chesterland i 1969 we were able to see them often. Watched Vince and Kenny grow up and when we moved to AZ they came down a lot. We had many great times in Vegas and I loved any time I could go and meet them there. I will miss both of them and can't even to pretend to explain how much they influenced my life.