Dianne Wall Parsons

January 20, 1959April 11, 2018

Dianne Wall Parsons, 59 years old, of Harmony, passed away on Wednesday, April 11, 2018, at Gordon Hospice House, Statesville.

Mrs. Parsons was born on January 20, 1959, to the late Opal Mae Baugus Wall and Clyde Owen Wall. She was married to the late Robert Glenn Parsons.

She is survived by her son, Shannon Davis; her brother, Ronald Gray Wall; her sister, Rose Wall Ivester and many nieces and nephews.

A funeral service will be held on Sunday April 15th, 2pm at Bunch-Johnson Funeral Home in the Westmoreland Chapel. Burial will follow in Oakwood Cemetery, Statesville.


  • Funeral Service Sunday, April 15, 2018

Dianne Wall Parsons

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Nancy DiLorenzo

April 15, 2018

Dianne I will never forget the times we shared together. You taught me so much about plants & life. When you left this world you took a little piece of me with you, but you left memories & love. You were such a special lady. Smart & beautiful soul inside & out. You truly will always be my best friend. You definitely impacted the lives of everyone around you for the better. You will be missed but not forgotten my friend

Marcella Ward

April 15, 2018

Dianne was always so sweet I know her from my daughter nancy and granddaughter leslie she was so full of fun and laughs we could talk for hours and never run out of things to say she cared deeply for my family and I always appreciated that she had a heart of gold and could always make anyone smile unless you pushed her bottons and you didn't wanna do that she will always hold a place In my heart she truly touched everyone she crossed paths with we love and miss you dianne

Leslie Moore

April 15, 2018

Dianne was a beautiful soul, she always treated me and my daughter like family and would go above and beyond for us. The best times i had with dianne would be walking diannes dogs in the woods with her and nahla Dianne loved when nahla helped walk them it was always so peaceful, fun, and full of laughs. Dianne will always truly be loved and missed I am forever grateful for the impact she had on my life❤️