Dianna Sue Rubow

January 30, 1958July 13, 2018
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Dianna Sue Rubow, 60, went Home to be with the Lord on July 13th, 2018. Dianna was raised by Alvin and Helen Cox and was born in Kokomo, Indiana on January 30th, 1958. Dianna married Willard Rubow on January 8th, 1973 and they were happily married for 45 years. Dianna worked at Chrysler for 22 years. Dianna is a member of Local #685.

Dianna loved to sew and crochet. She was a wonderful baker- Dianna made cakes for everyone. Dianna and her family enjoyed camping everywhere, from on the river, to France Park, to Mississinewa. They would fish together. As a family, they traveled to Yellow Stone, the Black Hills, California, Florida, and everywhere else. Dianna and Willard attended Abundant Life Church for many years. Dianna very much loved to be with her family, and she held them all together. They gathered every Sunday for dinner. She was a very loving person and opened her heart to everyone that she knew. Dianna was an angel on this Earth.

Dianna leaves behind her husband, Willard Rubow; her mother, Helen Cox; 3 daughters, Tracy (Charlie) Ellis, Deborah Gordon, and Kimberly (Dan) Anderson; sister Mary (Joe) Caudill; grandchildren Roman Heredia, Timothy Dalton, Kristen Heredia, Michael Marr, Samantha Marr, and Kylie Russell; 11 great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.

Dianna is preceded in passing by her father Alvin Cox; her grandparents; mother and father-in law Donald and Rita Rubow; and son-in-law Joe Gordon.

Friends and family may call from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM on Tuesday, July 17th at Ellers Mortuary Main Street Chapel. A funeral service will be held at 1:00 PM on Wednesday July 18th also at the mortuary, officiated by Pastor Toph Elkins. Dianna will be laid to rest at Albright Cemetery.


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Kathy Markley

July 18, 2018

Diana had a warm beautiful smile with a gentle sweet spirit , good sense of humor and cared for everyone . I have so many fond memories from sharing, working along side her at church especially when we helped the Katrina families in Louisiana a few years ago from Fresh Start Ministries Mission trip. She will always be a special woman in my heart watching her courageously endure some of life's trials being always comforting to others. Some day I will see her again, Much love and sympathies go to Mike, Helen, her girls and grandchildren who she adored! Kathy

Patti Abresch

July 17, 2018

I will miss you so very much. As I look at the pictures I remember all the times that we were all together. The times we found tables in the trash and redid granddaughter, Tori has that table now......oh my did we have fun. Oh and the time Mike and Mike made that dresser that you could fit a monopoly game box in length I miss those times. We always had so much fun. Until we see each other easy my sweet you, Patti

Deborah Gordon

July 16, 2018

Your smile was always so welcoming to everyone mom, your heart was always open to everyone, your ear was always there to listen to anyone who had a problem and you were always there to say it’s gonna be ok, the amount of love you spread in this world can never be equaled, and the amount of love we all feel for you will never end just like our memories with you!!! Until we meet again I will always miss you 😘