Tara Garden Chapel

681 North Ave, Jonesboro, GA


Diane Gayle Agan

August 29, 1953March 16, 2020

Diane Gayle Agan, age 66, of Forest Park, passed away on Monday, March 16, 2020.

Diane is preceded in death by her parents, J.H. and Minnalee Duncan; and sister, Allene Callahan.

Diane is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Michael and Michelle Agan; grandchildren, Tyler Agan, Kayla Agan, and Rylee Agan; sisters, Ruth Reimes and Brenda Foote as well as a host of other family and friends.

Her family will receive friends for visitation on Saturday, March 21, 2020 from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM with Memorial Services beginning at 12:00 PM at Hampton First Baptist Church – 85 McDonough Street – Hampton, GA 30228.

Tara Garden Chapel has been entrusted with the arrangements. 681 North Avenue – Jonesboro, GA 30236. (770) 471-7171.


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Brenda Foote

March 21, 2020

I just finished watching the service online, I do wish circumstances had been different, and I had been able to attend the service and give Michael's family a loving hug from their Aunt Brenda
It was al lovely service and the Pastor did a fine job of honoring my sister's life, neither sugar-coating her sometimes poor choices of the past, while not failing to strongly emphasize her continuing desire to be a help to anyone she met who had a need.

Diane and I usually got in touch by phone every week or two, and it has only been a few weeks ago that I was out her way and we had a long chat at lunch together at her local Chick-fil-a.

Also I want to express my appreciation for the attention the Pastor gave to the fact that there had been a time in Diane's life when she accepted the Lord Jesus as her only way of salvation. What a blessing to know we will see each other again in Heaven!

I am truly thankful to the Pastor for spending so much time emphasizing the LOVE our God had for Diane and the LOVE He has for each of us! My desire is to meet each and every one of you when we see Mother & Daddy and our loved ones on that Beautiful shore.

Latavia Phillips

March 21, 2020

Mrs. Diane was our neighbor, We called her aunty Diane. My fiancé kept up her yard and helped her with things around the house when she needed help. He truly cared for Aunty Diane and have always checked on her! We’ve only known Diane for about 2 years now but she was very dear to our family. She would often come over across the street to sit and talk with us for a few hours. I can remember when she joined the gym a few months ago and she came over to my house to tell me she felt really good, she was dancing and smiling and so happy to show off her new hair color and pink nail polish. She was very sweet and loving. On Valentine’s Day we took her a gift (a box of chocolates and a balloon). She texted my a few days later to say thank you and that she only ate 2 chocolates a day so they would last longer😃 I told her I’d buy her more and she replied but I’ll get fat☺️ We love you Diane and May you rest in Paradise.

David Foote

March 18, 2020

My Aunt Diane was only 6 years older than me. For that reason, she was very much like an older sister to me. She went out of her way to spend time talking to me. She enjoyed playing Candy Crush! One of the last times that I talked to Aunt Diane, she told me that her mission in life was to find people who were shut in or in the hospital with nobody to be with them and try to cheer them up. I look forward to seeing Diane again in heaven.