Arthur Funeral Home - Barton & Kiteley Chapel

492 Wellington Street East, Sault Ste. Marie, ON


Diane Lillian Guzzo

May 21, 1943October 2, 2019

GUZZO, Diane Lillian (Lady Di) - After a short but courageous battle passed away surrounded by family at the Sault Area Hospital on Wednesday, October 2, 2019 at the age of 76.

Daughter of Rose and the late Louis. Beloved sister of the late Joan (Herb), Shirley (John), Louise (Lloyd), Louis (Sharon), late Dennis, Penny, Wendy, Pam (Brad) and Gail. Cherished Aunt, Great Aunt, Great Great Aunt of many. She was a second Mom to Shawna (Darren), late Trevor and Trina (Brent). Loved and adored by Connor, Owen, Taylor and Greyson. Will be missed by her pet friend Kohl, along with many friends and cousins. Special thanks to Dr. J, Dr. Booth and Debbie for their kindness and compassion as well as the nurses, cleaners and porters at SAH. A Celebration of her Life will be held on October 8, 2019 from 5 pm - 8 pm at Sandro's (Banquet Room). Memorial donations (payable by cheque) to ARCH, SAH Foundation or the charity of your choice would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to Arthur Funeral Home - Barton & Kiteley Chapel (492 Wellington Street East 705-759-2522).


  • Celebration of Life Tuesday, October 8, 2019


Diane Lillian Guzzo

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Rosina MacDonald

October 5, 2019

Diane was a loving person who took interest and care in everyone she got to know. She always had a kind word. We saw each other fleetingly over the last 53 years that I knew her but it was always a warm encounter. I will miss her and I hope the Guzzo family will accept my sympathy for the loss of this treasured family member.

Laurie Eby

October 5, 2019

As I thought of you today Diane, I heard Elvis Presley’s song Dixieland in my head over and over again. So, here I am watching Aloha From Hawaii yet again and thinking of you but at this time with a heavy heart. Oh the nights we sat at my house and watched that concert and sang our hearts out until all hours; I cherish those memories. I thought I might use some of those words that we sang so often and tell you I remember we would wish and now I am in the land of cotton and old times here Diane will not be forgotten. I’ll remember too, every bright star we made wishes upon, Your sweet laughter, mornings after, ever after, I’ll remember you. Right now I’m sad and blue, crying over you. If time were not a moving thing, And I could make it stay, These hours of fun we share would always be. So I turn my back, turn my collar to the wind, move along in silence trying not to think at all. Once I could see, once I could feel, now I am numb I’ve become unreal. I feel the world closing in on me. Here come the stars, tumbling around me and there’s the sky where the sea should be. This time Lord you gave me a mountain, A mountain I may never climb, It isn’t just a hill any longer, you gave me a mountain this time. Seek and you will find that all my trials Lord soon will be over. One day Diane, I hope you will greet me and tell me welcome to my world and together we will sing Glory Glory Hallelujia once again. I love you. Your friend, Laurie Eby

Nick & Judy Caruso

October 4, 2019

Dearest Guzzo Family, and Friends
We’re very sorry for your loss. Diane was a sweet, sweet lady and we enjoyed seeing her in our neighbourhood. Many family members and friends will miss her bright smile. RIP Diane
Nick and Judy Caruso