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Dianna Lynn Pauls

FORT WORTH — Dianna Lynn Pauls passed away Sunday, June 19, 2016, at the age of 58.
Celebration of life: 10 a.m. Friday at Brown, Owens & Brumley’s Joe B. Brown Memorial Chapel.
Dianna loved everyone. She was a very caring, respectful, beautifully kind wife, mother, grandmother, and sister. She openly welcomed friends and family with no reservations. Although she was very shy upfront, once she got to know you, you became family. Because of her fathers service in the United States Air Force, she had a great love for airplanes. She was a true blue Texan and international traveler.
She was preceded in death by her father, Wilmer McDonald and brother, Michael McDonald.
Survivors: Husband, John Pauls; sons, Forest Holt and Destin Holt; mother, Lydia Aguillon and husband, Filepe; brothers, Bill, Guy, Danny and David McDonald; sister, Sherri McDonald; grandchildren, Scarlett Holt and Grayson Holt; and many other extended family and friends.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Leslie Hamiltin

    Dianna was a wonderful person and will be missed dearly. I don’t ever remember her in a bad mood, she was loved by everyone! Sending lots of prayers to the family!

  2. Lisa Mathiasen

    My thoughts and prayers go out to the family of this lovely women. She will be missed greatly. She has been thought of very often since she left Calgary Coop. She always use to call me Edith from the Archie Bunker show.

    Condolences from Lisa Mathiasen
    Co-worker from Calgary Coop

  3. Eva and Pete Pauls

    So sorry for your loss.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and family.
    I will always remember Dianna’s shy smile. Beautiful
    Aunt Eva and Uncle Pete

  4. Maureen Wharton

    My condolences to Diana’s family. She was a very beautiful gal inside and out. I loved working with her at The Calgary coop. She will be sadly missed by all.

  5. Bev Pauls Bellamy

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you grieve the loss of Dianna. I only met her once at a Pauls family picnic and admired her qualities as a friendly, kind and caring person – she will be missed greatly as a wife, Mom, daughter and Grandma.

    We will remember you all on Friday as you celebrate her life and the special person she was to each of you.

  6. Sandra mcdonald

    Words can’t say how much Diana will be missed. Diana was one of a kind. She was so fun and caring. To everyone she worked with over the years it was a pure joy to work to work with her. I will miss her smile. To Destin and Forest. She loved you both so very much along with her grandchildren. John I’m sorry for your loss . Thank you Diana for being my friend for 37 years. I will always remember and miss you.

  7. Stephanie Snowden

    My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time. I met Dianna through her brother my dear friend Michael and was always welcomed as an extra little sis. Her sense of humor and generosity made a lasting impression. I will never forget the sound of her laughter.

  8. Dear John,
    We’re so sorry to hear about the loss of your wife, Dianna. We pray that you will find comfort in knowing that you will meet again in Heaven.
    Uncle David, Aunt Iris and family.

  9. John
    Our thoughts and prayer are with you and your family’s.
    Friends Forever Debbie

  10. Dianna was very loving, easy going person and it is hard to beleive that she was taken away from us, her friends, and from her family, which she was dedicated. She was most thoughtful and caring mom and grandma and loving wife for her husband John.
    Rest in peace, Dianna.

  11. Dianna , as you are gone from us here, now you can see from where you are all that is in each persons heart , mind and soul I believe . You know more about us than we do ourselves . You have been given the peace God has bestowed upon you , your aches and pains have been released . Your life has touched so many in different ways . With all my love , my tears and woes , God willing our paths may cross again . Love you Dianna .

  12. You are truly missed . Caring and your need to provide for others over yourself gave you the qualities that so many others lacked . Your burdens are lifted and the sorrows from missing you will stay with those that loved you the deepest . We will meet you again and reminisce perhaps God willing .

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