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Dianna Lynn Moore

November 5, 1959November 9, 2020

Dianna Lynn Moore of Colorado City, CO went home to be with God on November 9, 2020 after a heroic fight with cancer that spanned over 20 years. She was 61 years old. Dianna was passionate, kind and energetic and was actively involved with Pueblo and Colorado City communities. In 2010 she was given the YWCA Anna Taussig Award, Woman of the Year Award for her work in the community. Dianna founded the Fore-A-Breast Foundation in 2002 whose sole purpose is to raise funds to assist women and men in Pueblo County who struggle with breast cancer. She was an avid golfer and golf instructor and was an active member of the Hollydot Golf Club. Dianna was a successful business woman and co-owner of PDQ Printers for 40 years. Dianna later became a skilled knife master and co-owner of Yellow Buffalo Knives. Her memory will be cherished by her parents Rose and Gilbert Moore, her brothers, Rory (Maureen), Gilbert C. Moore, Aunts Margaret J Trejo and Marie (Pete) Maestas and numerous cousins. Dianna also leaves behind her special family Cheryl Winters and Emma Segura and a long list of incredible friends whom she loved with all her heart. Due to COVID restrictions, a memorial service will occur at a later date. Cremation has taken place. Memories and condolences for the family can be left at www.tgmccarthy.com and tax Deductible contributions will be graciously accepted for the Fore A Breast Foundation c/o Donna Hill, 920 25th Lane, Pueblo, CO. 81006 or 719-671-0107

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Maxine Gomez

November 15, 2020

Rose and Mr Moore and family, So, sorry for your loss. I remember Diane as a little girl, beautiful! Good athlete and always so nice. I will remember that Big, Bright Smile!
My heart hurts for you, Rose and Family. God Bless

Maxine and Robert Gomez

Margaret Trejo

November 15, 2020

Dianna was my one and only niece. I knew her from the time she was born. She was busy as a child, teen, and as an adult. She cared about others and always tried to help in someway. I loved her so very much. Once when she was about 12 ,I hired her to baby sit my 3 boys . This was at Christmas time, the tree was up and presents under the tree. My boys wanted to open their presents and she let them and then helped wrap them back up, so I wouldn't know. A few days later, I was cleaning around the tree and noticed the presents had been opened. I confronted my boys and they admitted it. They sure didn't have a fun Christmas, cause they knew what they were getting. Of course they tried to blame it on her.

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