Volusia Memorial Funeral Home

4815 Clyde Morris Blvd, Port Orange, FL


Diana Chamberlin

May 26, 1961June 9, 2020

Diana Chamberlin was born on May 26, 1961 and passed away on June 9, 2020 and is under the care of Volusia Memorial Funeral Home.

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Diana Chamberlin

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Rebecca Bellante

June 30, 2020

Diana, I'm gonna miss you so much. I remember up at the misses quad at JCPenney competing in our icaps standing right next to each other. Everytime you got 1 I was so happy for you. If I could've I would have gave you all of mine that's how much I love you. You treated me always with such kindness and respect. You saw how others treated me but you never judged me you only saw the best in me. You accepted me for me. I'm starting to cry.... I remember how much I loved working with you and when I didn't work with you I got really depressed. I only wanted to work with you because we were so close. As soon as you came to the misses quad with you're big smile and you would say, hello dear, it would just make everything in my world ok. And then you showed me the bag of candy you brought. You brought Candy everyday because you knew it would cheer me up. We would suck on our jolly ranchers while ringing up customers. Mine was the blue jolly rancher and yours was the chocolate you used to say I you love Reese's. I remember how much you love eating at the olive garden you use to always get the soup because you loved soup. Just like you love steak n shake. You use to spoil me with the buy 1 get ones from Victoria secret id be having a bad day at work and you would always try to cheer me up. And for my birthday I had to work and I was upset and you said go by the lockers, I have a surprise for you..... It was a big huge bag tie dye bag and a Mickey mouse bag full of 50 things including a birthday hat, and I just broke down and cried because you were always so thoughtful like that. You always tried to see the good in people and you always wanted to make them smile. You sure did make me smile, always! You use to say if someone cussed, you'd say if someone cussed in my car, I'd kick them right out. It was so funny. I called You Lady Diana because you were a lady and you deserved to be called a Lady a queen. I Love you sooo much. I'm crying Right now. I'll never NEVER forget you