DIANE KAY MCKEAN
MUSCATINE, Iowa - Diane McKean, 76, of Muscatine, passed away on Thursday, May 6, 2021, at Pearl Valley.
Services will be private. Burial will take place in Memorial Park Cemetery. Arrangements are being made by the Ralph J. Wittich-Riley-Freers Funeral. Online condolences may be made at www.wittichfuneralhome.com. Memorials may be made to Beacon of Hope Hospice.
Diane was born on October 29, 1944, in New Boston, Illinois, the daughter of Karl and Mildred Pace Spitznogle. She married Carl McKean. They later divorced.
She attended Muscatine High School and enjoyed crocheting, sewing, yard sales, and caring for her grandchildren.
Diane is survived by her children, Lance McKean and wife, Melissa, of Conesville, Wendy Moreland, and husband, Bill, of Point Blank, Texas, Crystal O'Toole of Appleton, Wisconsin, Kelly Good, and husband, Mike, of Cloverdale, Indiana, and Sara Kinion and husband, Rob, of Orange Park, Florida; 18 grandchildren; 18 great grandchildren; and two sisters, Dory and Linda.
She is preceded in death by her parents; two great grandsons, Eldon McKean and William O'Toole; and five siblings, Mary, Marle, Sandra, Karl, and Tom.
Miss Diane was a wonderful person, I remember meeting her for the first time to seeing her 2 years ago she was the same wonderful woman that I remember her to be. She raised some beautiful children. You all are in my prayers
I am so sorry to here about your mom. i love her dearly. I can remember Sara when we went to the state fair and took your mom with she enjoy herself. And when i got married and took you and your mom picture. I sure do remember those days. When she came to the nusing home dad and her talked a lot. I remember one day dad asked me if i seen diane yet. I see no why some thing wrong. He said yes you need to buy her some candy and a mt.dew. I said oh really. he goes yes .Either your mom or you go buy her some or am going to. I said you can leave the nursing home dad..So i went down to see what she wanted. Your mom said she would like to have a bag of small candy bars and some mt.dew. So I went and bought her some the same day so my dad would get off my butt about getting her stuff. She was like family to me when she was there like a connection. I am sorry that i wasn't there to say my good byes to her. so please do it for me. lot of love sherri l peterson
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