Diane Carolyn Fleming

May 24, 1941October 16, 2020

Diane Carolyn Fleming was born on May 24, 1941 and passed away on October 16, 2020 and is under the care of Rosar-Morrison Funeral Home & Chapel.

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John Mokrynskyj

October 19, 2020

Diane was a wonderful warm and sincere person.

I always had the greatest respect for the work that she and Ilka De Diego did during their many years as our union executive. They truly had our interests at heart.

Since her retirement, Diane has been one of those people that I have missed running into during my daily workday at Robarts Library. She could always be relied upon to have a kind word and a beautiful smile to share.

RIP Diane.

John Mokrynskyj
University of Toronto Libraries
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Gabrielle Frenkel

October 18, 2020

I am very sad at the loss of my Dear friend Diane. We worked together for many years, in the Robarts Library, . I was proud and grateful, for her, as she was also my Union Vice - President, for 11. years. She was very devoted & worked tirelessly for our membership. Diane was one of the kindest persons I had ever met. Loyal & courageous. She also volunteered , for many years, organizing the Victoria College Annual Book Sale. I, we , will her greatly & will never forget her. May she Rest In Peace, in God’s Loving arms.

Ms. Gabrielle Frenkel
Robarts Library Retiree.

Lisette Henrich

October 18, 2020

Diane and I worked together for the CUPE1230 union at Robarts Library at UofT. She was kind, cheerful and a good mentor, devoted to workers rights.

Wasyl Sydorenko

October 18, 2020

Diane was very private and unassuming, but with a heart of gold. She would patiently listen to my complaints and always give me hope that things were not as bad as I imagined them to be. Her voice was calm and reassuring, the sound of which I will truly miss. Besides working at the Library, she also taught French at the School of Continuing Studies. She loved the Blue Jays and was once the proud owner of a talking cat -- Molly.

Let us remember Diane for the wonderful person she was, for the love she shared with all of us at the Library, and for her incredible contributions to our Union -- CUPE Local 1230.

May she rest in peace. May her memory live on in all of us.

Wasyl Sydorenko
CUPE Local 1230, President

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