Altschul, Diana Manuela Josephine

September 9, 1959 – January 28, 2020
at the age of 60 years

My mom left this world in style. She left a footprint of herself wherever and whoever she came across.
Always helping others was my mom’s mission in her later years. She was a proud senior thriving in her community being a part of something good.
She is leaving behind her only daughter Amber Blair (Mackie), her grandson Ryley Meyer, her parents Sonja and Henry Altschul, her brother Tim Altschul, nieces, nephews, cousins and many,many life long friends.
My mom strongly believed in the healing powers of medical marijuana and the strengths, abilities, future it had for her and this who would benefit from it’s healing potential.
My mom has overcome many life struggles, challenges, pain, disease, mental health, you name it! It only made my mom that much stronger as a mother, woman, friend and soulmate.
May you rest in peace mom. Till we meet again.

14 Comments

  1. She sounded like a wonderful person Amber. I am so sorry.

  2. Amber, i will miss your mom, she was a very dear friend

  3. I will miss you my beautiful friend

  4. Amber we would like to express our sincere condolences to you and your family.

    Love Peter & Christina

  5. Amber, I am sorry to hear of your loss. I met your mom once, with a friend who was looking for information, and your mom was very knowledgeable and helpful. Treasure your memories. Eliza

  6. Amber and Family,
    Diana was undoubtedly one of the most giving and caring people that I have ever met. Unconditional love in its truest form giving with no thoughts of self. Her path was not always smooth and she lived with several of the lingering reminders of past pain. The one thing that was always at the forefront in her mind was the unending gratitude that she had for her daughter saving her life. You allowed her to serve , which was her life. We were well down the road of creating a supplement to help prevent cancer, it will happen. I can’t write or think of her without my eyes leaking. Godspeed Diana.

  7. Amber.. My heart breaks for you my friend. Sending you tons of love to help your heart ♥️.

  8. Amber, your Mom will be sadly missed not just by Family and Friends but by the hundreds of People she helped with her medicine. Diana was a Strong Woman who never gave up, even when she had to use two canes to walk, she still put others first. I will be eternally blessed by her Friendship. We will meet again, so until then, Farewell my Friend. Hugs & Love sent with you on your Journey.

  9. Rest in peace doll. Im sorry i just found out. You will be sorely missed. Sally will miss you, and her little friend Tonka…xxxxxxxoooooo

  10. I just found out this morning that heaven gained another beautiful angel. I can’t believe you are gone.,and I wasn’t aware..Or perhaps I felt something and just ignored it but either way I am saddened. I thank you Diana for helping my mother through her sickness until she passed. You made her more comfortable then she ever could have been with any other meds so for that I thank you! Say hello to mom up there and thank you for everything you did for me! The chocolates and sausage rolls at Christmas were such a treat! It makes me so happy that you chose me to Give that present to abd I’m sorry I didn’t see you more often. But maybe you abd mom will come visit in my dreams. Always loved ya Diana. Rest easy love.

  11. Love you Diane, forever in our hearts

  12. She was a dear friend to my sister,Chrissy…I remember her fondly, Diana was always smiling. I remember when she had baby Amber. Her pride and joy! We just recently reconnected through social media but we, spoke of her often over the years!

  13. Very late finding out but, Diana was a wonderful person and we will miss her. Condolences to all the family.
    Blessings

  14. Amber, we’ve recently returned from out of country and were wanting to reach your Mom and found out about her crossing over. Her medicine was so beneficial to our old Schnauzer, and the visit with her when it was picked up was always enlightening and uplifting. We met you at our last visit with your Mom, and could see how very proud she was of you! She was a sweet woman and will be missed!

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Call Now Button