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Diana Roselyn Horton Atwood
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Birth: Jan. 21, 1944
Utah County
Utah, USA
Death: May 3, 2008
Utah County
Utah, USA

Diana Roselyn Atwood, age 64 of Payson, passed away, Saturday, May 3, 2008.

She was born January 21, 1944 in Santaquin, Utah to Lily Cook and Jean Horton.

She married Paul Hamilton Norris
They had one daughter Gaylynn, after he died she married Ronald Atwood, May 3, 1963. They were divorced 10 Jan 1985.

Together they had 2 daughters, Ronda Francine and Valarie Dee Atwood. Ronald adopted Gaylnn when she was 16.

She is survivied by 3 daughters, Gaylynn (Stan) Silveria, Boise, Idaho; Ronda (Darin) Gardner, Cleveland, Utah; Valarie (Mark) Stpehens, Magna, Utah. Also survived by: 7 grandchildren; her mother; 3 sisters and a brother. She was preceded in death by a brother and her father.

Graveside services will be Friday, May 9, 2008, 11:00 a.m., at the Santaquin City Cemetery, 300 South 100 East.

She was cremated.
Family links: 
  Jean Horton (1917 - 1975)
  Lily Christine Cook Williams (1921 - 2010)
  Kenneth Jean Horton (1939 - 2004)*
  Diana Roselyn Horton Atwood (1944 - 2008)
*Calculated relationship
Santaquin City Cemetery
Utah County
Utah, USA
Plot: 0000J-0001-#1AET
Maintained by: Nancy K (Wilcock) Atwood
Originally Created by: Lisa Tarbox
Record added: May 17, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 52500178
Diana Roselyn <i>Horton</i> Atwood
Added by: Lisa Tarbox
Diana Roselyn <i>Horton</i> Atwood
Added by: Nancy K (Wilcock) Atwood
Diana Roselyn <i>Horton</i> Atwood
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- Laura
 Added: Oct. 17, 2013
Rest In Peace, Diane
- Cheryl Moala
 Added: Feb. 19, 2011

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