DIANE MARIE ARTHUR (JENKINS) AGE 69, of COVINGTON, INDIANA, passed away on 10/5/17.

Diane is preceded in death by beloved husband Lanny Arthur, parents Fred & Marjorie Jenkins, and brother Rusty Jenkins.
Diane is survived by her children, Raymond Brewer, Mary Kane, Ladonna Mullins, Trisha Reynolds Carlton, Kelly Arthur, Maggie Tompkins; her special sister, Wilma; her grandchildren Ryan, Jordann, Kyle, Jodi, George, Ashley, Lillian, Oliver, Sylvie, Mallory, Jeremy, Brian, Brendon, Anthony, Marlie, LJ.; her great Grandchildren, Rave, Avery, Bella, Mason, Lilly, Brodie, Easton, and Oscar; Nieces and Nephews, Cherish, Michael, (Michelle), William, (Nicole); her great nephews & great nieces, Irene, Nicole, Justin, Joshua, Rusty, Emily, Colt, Austin, Brandon, Logan, and Grayson
Diane served our country in the United States Army. She served her community in a career she enjoyed and retired from with CVS Pharmacy. Diane loved gardening, reading, finding treasures at thrift stores and estate sales…but most importantly, Diane served her family by unconditionally loving us while being a pillar of wisdom and centeredness to all that came across her path. When a family witnesses this, they are all better for it. Our Diane offered a smile that we will never forget.
Much gratitude to Diane for her service in all of these ways. She has touched the lives of many.
A funeral service will be held at 2pm on Monday, October 16, 2017 at Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services, 5215 N. Shadeland Ave, Lawrence, IN, with visitation 2 hours prior. Burial to follow at Washington Park East Cemetery, Indianapolis, IN.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made Alissa’s Hope on a special page set up in Diane’s honor: https://www.alissashope.com/donation, or by leaving a check at funeral.

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  1. I love this family fullheartedly! We may not see each other everyday but are there when called on. I will miss this wonderful woman and no words can express the mark she made on my life.

  2. I love this family fullheartedly! We may not see each other everyday but are there when called on. I will miss this wonderful woman and no words can express the mark she made on my life.

  3. I didn’t know Diane personally but from reading the comments and obituary she seemed like a very giving woman. Acts 20:35 states ‘there is more happiness in giving than in recieving’. She certainly did that with the many hearts she obviously touched. I am deeply sorry for the loss of your mother.

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