OBITUARY

Diane Liska

May 16, 1945October 7, 2020

Diane E. Liska of Gibsonia, sister of Linda Bergman (deceased), Daniel (Barbara) Schwartz, and Michael Schwartz. Aunt of Amy, Jeffrey, Matthew, Laura, and Katie. Also survived by great nieces & nephew Cole, Morgan, Mario, Vivian, and Bernadette. A private family Memorial Mass will be held Tuesday October 13th, 2020 at Most Holy Name of Jesus Church, Troy Hill. Diane was retired from H.J.Heinz Co. and Minerals, Metals, & Materials Society. She had a lifelong passion for horses, owning her own horses for many years. She always owned and loved dogs and cats throughout her adult life and was a bird watcher aficionado as well. She enjoyed history, especially the history and happenings of North Park where she served as a volunteer for Friends of North Park.

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Pamela Crawford

October 18, 2020

So very sorry to hear of Diane’s passing. I met her when she adopted Princess ( who was my foster dog). We soon became friends. My mom Susan, Diane and I would have lunchEs that lasted hours with conversation . Diane loved her animals dearly. My mother and I will sorely miss her.

Donna Schuring DVM

October 13, 2020

I have known Diane for many years as her Veterinarian! She took such great care of her furry family with everything she had and gave such loving homes to so many. I enjoyed helping her with her animals and will so miss seeing her with her dog and cats.
Rest well Diane you deserve it!
Sincere sympathies to her family, she will be missed!

Mary Mitterer

October 13, 2020

My sympathy to Diane's family.Diane and I have been friends since
kindergarten at Most Holy Name.Over the years we had many
conversations especially about birds,flowers,trees,cats and dogs I will miss these talks.Diane,as long as there are birds you will be in my thoughts!
Mary Stephens Mitterer

Kelly Zappas

October 11, 2020

We were so sad to hear this news. My husband and I worked with Diane at TMS. After she retired, she often let us bring our horse-crazy daughter to visit Jordan at his barn. (It seems she understood a thing or two about horse-crazy little girls.) Our whole family is really going to miss her and our visits together.

Claudia Boerner

October 11, 2020

My heartfelt sympathy to Diane's family. I met Diane at the Museum about a year ago as a "newbie" volunteer helping with documentation. I have enjoyed conversations with her and was looking forward to building a new friendship and sharing her interests. I am saddened that our friendship was so short. Will miss you, Diane.

Jeanne Belcher

October 11, 2020

Diane & I went through 12 years of school together. She enjoyed our Most Holy Name friend's luncheons through the past several years. May she rest in peace and love with all her animals.

Nancy Lesko

October 10, 2020

My most sincere condolences to Diane's family. I am truly saddened to hear of her passing. I worked with her for many years in Warrendale and we would often talk about our mutual love of animals including horses. I had stayed in touch w Diane and she was always interested in how my rescue dogs were doing. She will be missed.

Joyce Giebel

October 10, 2020

My sincere sympathy to the family of Diane. I have enjoyed the friendship that Diane and I have developed. Her knowledge and love of nature, animals and their proper care, trees and flowers, and the web sites for the eagles were all a great part of our conversations. I have learned from her and know the passion she felt for nature. Something special can happen between a hairdresser and customer over time, thanks Diane for being a special friend. Joyce

Richard Schnupp

October 9, 2020

I met and worked with Diane at the McCandless Museum. She was helping us documenting our collection, and was a great historian with regards to north park and the general area. I worked with her every Thursday and we became good friends! My wife and I will miss dearly! God bless her and her family and Jordan! Very upsetting news!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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