Dianne Vasquez

May 9, 1954March 27, 2019
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Dianne Vasquez, age 64, passed away March 27, 2019 in Dallas, TX. She was born May 9, 1954 in Dallas, TX to Hilario Vasquez & Valentina Sanchez. Dianne was raised in Dallas, TX and attended Alex W. Spence school.

In her spare time Dianne enjoyed listening to Tejano Music and dancing. She also enjoyed playing the casinos. Dianne loved to laugh and always maintained a positive outlook on life. Her family and friends will always remember her as a strong, beautiful and positive woman.

She is preceded in death by her Father, Hilario Vasquez; Brother, Augustine Trillo and her Grandson, Isaiah Morales. She is survived by her Children, George Moronez, Regina Moronez, Jason Moronez, Mark Carmona & Stephanie Oviedo; Grandchildren, Stephanie Duarte, Bianca Ramirez, Christian Ramirez, Sirena Hernandez, Victoria Hernandez, Maddison Chavarria, Marissa Leyo, Isabella Rodriguez, Jason Moronez Jr., Jonathan Beltran & Jonathan Nanez; Great Grandchildren, Jaylah Ramirez, Ava Yanez & Zayden Ramirez; Mother, Valentina Sanchez, Brothers, Arthur & Charley Vasquez; Sisters, Sylvana Robledo& Ameila Vasquez.

Rest in Peace, Dianne Vasquez!


  • George Moronez, Son
  • Regina Moronez, Daughter
  • Jason Moronez, Son
  • Mark Carmona, Son
  • Stephanie Oviedo, Daughter
  • Valentina Sanchez, Mother
  • Arthur Vasquez, Brother
  • Charley Vasquez, Brother
  • Sylvana Robledo, Sister
  • Amelia Vasquez, Sister
  • Dianne leaves eleven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren to cherish her memory.


  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, April 6, 2019


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Dora Hendrix

April 6, 2019

My condolences to the family I am praying for your strength through this time of need. Dianne will truly be missed. She was an amazing friend and team member at T0875. Dianne always had a smile on her face, always speaking kind words. When Dianne retired we lost an amazing family member Dia I will miss you very much.

Dora H.❤️❤️

(Doria my nickname that she gave me)

trine cuellar

April 6, 2019

I am her niece..Sylvias daughter..I just want to say that what was failed to mention she was loved by all her neices and nephews!! Godsons and Goddaughters..We loved our tia with all our hearts! She was one of a kind..More like mother than a aunt! She was always welcoming to us all!.Best cook ..Best known for her chicken tacos. Well they were my favorite ..Always with that smile.Hard worker..Rain or shine lol even a little hung over she was there!. Never missed a party or cookout.. The friend in her was the best!! We love you tia Daner..Forever in our hearts! R.i.p. Never will there be another tia/ comadre like you! Sorry if i spoke for others .But i know she was the best🙏😇😢❤

Minnie Valderas Castro

April 5, 2019

My deepest condolences to all the Vasquez family. Rest In Peace Dianne. 🙏🏼✝️

Latoya Jones

April 5, 2019

I would like to say I'm Praying for the entire Vasquez Family, Ms. D was a Wonderful lady and Great Co-Worker, we worked together at Cityplace Target. My husband and I Loved her tamales during holidays.
Be Encourage Family.

Susie Sierra

April 3, 2019

My condolences to the family. May God give you all strength and comfort thru this difficult time ! She will be missed.🙏

Gina Moronez

April 3, 2019

We can all find comfort in my mom's passing because she had no regrets when reflecting back on her 64 years of life on earth.
Throughout these last few months, she couldn't believe how many people were reaching out to her and honoring her in such kind ways. I told her that these kind acts were happening because of how much she cared for others and gave everything she could to help anyone in need. I still don't believe she ever fully understood this because to her, helping other people was her normal daily life without her even noticing it and the way she lived, was the only way she wanted.
I can remember one night a few weeks ago sitting by her bed with her, and she said, "I'm happy, I truly am. Even if I try, I can't think of a regret I would have if I leave right now. I really love my life the only thing I'll never understand is how I got so lucky with it."
I will never forget her saying this.
Her passing can be an inspiration for each of us to take advantage of the small beautiful things life has to offer every day.
My mom's strength and joy and true happiness for life was truly remarkable.
I know I am not alone when I say that she will be in my heart forever, but there is a hole in my heart that will always be there. I am not sure how I will cope with losing my mother. I hope to follow in her footsteps and become a strong woman who can face traumatic loss, just like she would want.
If I did not at least try to find something positive to come from my dear loving, positive mother's passing, then I would not be her daughter. I love you mom and you made me a stronger person for my kids and to be strong for my Brother’s and sister

Felicia Lara

April 3, 2019

Tia u will be missed but a lot and will always be loved I remember when we went to Robbie and listen to music talk and had fun. Love u tia

Sylvia Aleman -Rodriguez

April 3, 2019

My Sincere Condolences to the Vasquez family sad to hear the passing of Dianne she was always so kind when I would see her at Target she had a warm smile and we talked for awhile , May she Rest In Peace she is no longer in pain .

Ida Hernandez-Moronez

April 3, 2019

She was a women who had a social life so active it would put college students to shame, so full of life and had such a positive outlook. Dianne you will be missed dearly. You were someone who made this world a brighter and better place. May You Rest In Paradise.

George Rodriguez

April 2, 2019

Just wanted to share my Memories about Diana my would be the good times we had the last dance we had the times you would till me to act right and How u we’re glad when I had told you I had stop drinking and most of all I’m going to miss how u would can me ur son But one day we’ll be all together again These are the Memories and the things I we’ll miss about you... Big George Rodriguez