Diane Catherine Gill

July 25, 1953 ~ June 26, 2023 (age 69)


Diane Catherine Gill, 69, of Jamestown, NC passed away on June 26 at Hospice of the Piedmont
in High Point, NC. Diane was born in Bergen County, NJ to her parents Frank and Rose Revay.
She was adopted by Ronald and Eleanor Volpe and moved with her family to Hollywood,
Florida. She graduated from McArthur High School after which she met the love of her life,
Pete, whom she married on January 15, 1977. Pete and Diane had three sons, Ronald, Eric, and
Jason, and raised them in Miramar, FL. After raising her children as a stay-at-home mother for
several years, she returned to work as an insurance adjuster for several car insurance
companies. After their retirement and their children “leaving the nest” Pete and Diane moved
briefly to Pennsylvania to be near her biological family and then settled in the Greensboro, NC
suburb of Jamestown, near their son Eric, where they spent their remaining years. One of her
greatest joys in life were her four grandchildren, whom she adored.
Diane is preceded in death by her husband Peter Joseph Gill III, adoptive parents Ronald and
Eleanor Volpe, and biological parents Frank and Rose Revay. She is survived by her sons Ronnie
(Varinia Jasmine) Gill, Eric Gill, and Jason (Lisa Marie) Gill; grandchildren Colin Gill, Nolan Gill,
Sophie Gill, and Riley Gill; sisters Margie Fischbach and Debbie Starling; as well as numerous
other relatives and friends.
There will be a prayer service followed immediately by inurnment alongside her husband’s
ashes at the columbarium of Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church in High Point, NC on
Thursday July 13, 2023 at 10:30 am.

In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations to Hospice of the Piedmont in High Point,
NC, in appreciation for the compassionate and wonderful care they provider her in her last
months, weeks, and days.

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