Services honoring and remembering the life of Diana Sue Duncan will be held 2 PM Saturday, August 8, 2020 with the family receiving visitors from 6-8 PM Friday, all at the RiverCrest Chapel in Bixby. Interment will follow the funeral ceremony at Oakhill Cemetery in Mannford. Diana passed away Thursday morning, August 6, 2020 at her home in Mannford in the presence of her loving family. She was 56.
Born March 10, 1964 in Broken Arrow, Diana was the daughter of Elmer Ray and Rachel Bernice (Harper) Calvert. She grew up at 101st and Memorial Drive, back when the area was considered the outskirts of town. Diana was a cheerleader while attending Jenks Public Schools and graduated high school from Liberty Mounds.
Immediately following high school, Diana worked in medical records for Saint Francis Hospital. She also held accounting positions with several different companies throughout her career including her parent’s fence company, as well as the Sapulpa Herald , IBM, Burger King, Pamax, Google, and most recently, Grand Lake Boat Sales and Marina.
Diana was always quiet, gentle, and never caused any trouble. Always a book worm, Diana loved reading Danielle Steele novels. She loved line dancing, two-stepping, and was known to spin all over the dance floor. A wonderful mother, Diana raised her children in Kellyville, Oklahoma. Her children considered her to be the mother of mothers. Diana always had dinner on the table and never missed any of their practices, all while working a full-time job. She did it all with a beautiful smile on her face that will not soon be forgotten by a host of family and friends who loved her.
Surviving family members include her mother, Rachel Bernice Calvert-Allshouse and husband, Russell; her children, Devinn Boothe and husband Dane, and Bobby Duncan and wife, Brinkley; her grandchildren, McKinsey, Tenley, Liam, Kylie, and Ryot; her siblings, Rebecca Sturgis and husband Darryl, Phillip Calvert and wife, Jan, and Julie Bright and Tom.
Diana was preceded in death by her father; and her fiancé in January, Ron Pridmore.
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