Diana A. Macias

August 4, 1950March 31, 2013

Diana "Nana" Macias Age 62, passed away March 31, 2013 and went to be with the Lord. She is survived by her husband Thomas, daughter Annie Rose, daughter Kassy, brothers Arthur and Gilbert Buentello, and family, and her "Babies." Diana recently retired after 30 years. She was a devoted wife, mother, aunt, and friend. She will be greatly missed. Services for Diana will be held at Mt. View Mortuary & Cemetery on Tuesday, April 9, visitation will start at 9am, services and interment will follow at 11am. Please visit Diana's memorial website at Services entrusted to Mt. View Mortuary & Cemetery (909)882-2943


  • Visitation Tuesday, April 9, 2013
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Diana A. Macias

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Sylvia Loza (Guajardo)

April 9, 2013

To the Macias family, my prayers and condolences go out to you. Diana and I went to school together and we would often walk home with each other. Later in life, I would run into her at the Sizzler or Costco and she never changed, she was still that beautiful friend, always with a smile on her face! Rest assured in knowing that she is now a beautiful angel smiling down on her much loved family and friends. God bless you Macias family.

Rosemary Bustamante

April 9, 2013

Thoughts and prayers are with you Annie and your family. Your mom was very special to our family.
Love the Bustamante Family
Rosemary, Diane and Veronica


April 9, 2013

It was such a joy to have worked with such an Amazing Woman as Diana, she Always had a smile on her face, loved how she would crack a joke durning a serious moment, she took so many of us under her wing at sizzlers, I am thankful for the time we shared. my condolances to the family may you all have comfort in knowing you have a Beautiful Angel watching over all of you... may God Bless the Macias Family..

Karen Ramos Madrigal

April 9, 2013

Our family meant Diana when her daughter Annie took Mexican Dance lessons at the Home of Neighborly Services, many years ago. After a period of time, we went to Sizzler every Sunday and always had Diana as our waitress. To your family May God carry you and yours in the palm of his hand through this time of loss. Losing a Mother is the hardest thing on a family. My deepest prayers and Sympathies are will you. God Bless Karen(Ramos) Madrigal

Nonie, Poncho,Yolanda, and kids Rodriquez

April 9, 2013

To the Macias family, Diana, my family has known you for years, I will miss you very much you were our neighbor on 15th, but i didn't consider you a neighbor you were family, now you are gone but you are now with my Nina nancy partying and having drinks watching over Annie, kassy, and Tom, My Prayers and Condolences,, go out to all the family.

Veronica Guzman

April 9, 2013

Annie my thoughts and prayers are with you.I remember all the fun times that my mom, your mom and my sister and us had. Eating at Sizzler all the time. These are memories that will always live in my heart.
with much love and prayers,
Veronica Guzman (Bustamante)

Cynthia (Jimenez) Tucar

April 8, 2013

Annie, Kassy, Tom and family, I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of your mom/wife/loved one. May you find comfort with the beautiful memories she's left behind and know she's rejoicing in heaven. (She served the best samples at Costco) Please remember, she wants to see your beautiful smiles from heaven.You're in our thoughts and prayers.

April 8, 2013

Diana I can remember when we went to Jr. High and High School and living on Magnolia Ave., playing with the kids on the block. My condolences to Anne, Tommy & Kassy. I will miss you, your smile and you waving to me everyday that I would see you, I am so happy that we were neighbors all those years.

Sandra Sanchez-Wood

April 8, 2013

You will be truly missed.... I know you are in no more pain or suffering! I can see you dancing in heaven. Thanks for the many years of friendship and laughter. Till we meet again in Gods kingdom. Love always your mija......

Diana's Family,
I know the pain of losing a family member is hard but one must not be selfish. She is in no more pain or suffering. Diana was a great person!! She has watched me grow as a person and my kids. I met her at Sizzlers many years ago. Then my niece Krystle went to work there as well. Diana became family to us. She always looked out for krystle at work and would let me know. I was saddened when she left but I knew it was time for her to move on. My kids looked forward to seeing her at Costco as well. She was truly a great person. Cherish the memories you have of her! May God comfort you all in knowing how many people's life she really impacted.

Barbara Flores

April 8, 2013

I new Diana in high school and would always run into her at Sizzlers or at the store,through out the years she never changed. She always was so sweet and talkative. Gods peace be with you family members and as a person who has lost so many family members, son and parents try to pull out the fun and laughter that she put in your lives. It will get you through these tough times. Barbara Flores