Berger Memorial Chapel

9430 Olive Blvd, St Louis, MO


Diane Curry Weiss

April 15, 1960July 28, 2020

Beloved wife of Michael Weiss; dear mother and mother-in-law of Allie Waits (Bill) and Sam Weiss; dear daughter of the late Janet and the late Ray Curry; dear sister of Steve Curry; dear daughter-in-law of Marlita and the late Stuart Weiss; dear sister-in-law of Lori Wainer (Brad) and Debra Weiss; dear aunt of Jessie, Zak (Abby) and Carrie (Jason).

Diane had many close and dear friends who will miss her greatly. Diane loved children and was an amazing teacher.

A Virtual Memorial Service will be held. Memorial contributions preferred to the Deutsch Early Childhood Center at Congregation Temple Israel, #1 Rabbi Alvan D. Rubin Drive, 63141; St. Louis Ovarian Cancer Awareness, 12015 Manchester Road, Ste. 130, 63131; or the Cancer Support Community of Greater St. Louis, 1058 Old Des Peres Road, 63131.


  • Virtual Memorial Service

    Friday, July 31, 2020


  • Home Visitation

    Friday, July 31, 2020


Diane Curry Weiss

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Barbara Flegel

July 31, 2020

Our family extends our condolences to your family. May you find comfort in the memories that are shared by all who were touched by Diane’s generous and loving spirit.

Diane was always so pleased to see me. We kept running into each other either in TJ Max or Marshall’s. We used to joke about how we loved to shop at the two stores. The “joy of the hunt!” Diane would exclaim. Then we would discuss our children’s ( and my grandchildren ‘s ) activities and accomplishments. It was always a pleasure to see Diane. I know we will all miss her.
Much Love to all,
Fred and Barbara Flegel

Larry Levin

July 31, 2020

Diane is an amazing soul. There for everyone around here. Caring, loving, supportive, a friend for life and a friend in need. She had a major positive influence on our children when they were growing up, and always made them (and us) feel like family. We send as much love as we possibly can to Michael and everyone in the Weiss household and extended family.

With great love,

Larry Levin and Family

Elizabeth Koval

July 30, 2020

Dear Michael, Allie, Sam, and Family,
Diane and I spent many hours together and really got to know each other. I would have loved for us to have lunch together now that I have stepped down from Nursing. I have many sweet Diane stories I could share while taking care of her. One of my favorite was about when you were vacationing in the Dominican Republic and she had something like 5 pairs of different glasses with her. I can very much relate to that as I had like 5 pairs with me last week while we were social distancing in Key West. We really had a lot in common as well as I always feel I was the “ Weiss family nurse” over the last 6-9 years. So, we had that bond when I met her.
Diane, was always one of my favorite people. She fought this terrible cancer for many years and was put through challenges. Michael, you have a Very supportive family I know this and I know from the quality time I spent with Diane in the office a wonderful group of friends that would come to visit with her. I’m sure you miss Diane and your hearts are broken and so is mine. We will try to remember all the fun memories you have made as a family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Elizabeth Koval

Lindsay Bess

July 29, 2020

A lovely woman, who's beautiful smile and spirit will be missed on Sunday mornings, and Wednesday afternoons in the front office, of Temple Israel.

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