Dianne Brooks Barbee

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Dianne Brooks Barbee

July 17, 1943 ~ October 2, 2014 (age 71)


GREENSBORO – Dianne Brooks McDonald Barbee, 71, passed away on Thursday, October 2, 2014, at Wesley Long Hospital.  The family will have a service at a later date.  Cremation services entrusted to Triad Cremation Society & Chapel.

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  • October 05, 2014
    Frank Snavely says:
    Dianne was my mother's very best friend. She met her in 2005, they were both Clay Aiken fans. I had the honor of knowing her. You never heard Dianne complain, she was such a warm and loving person. Both my mother and I will miss her so very very much. God bless her entire family and those that were close to her.

  • October 08, 2014
    Anne MacDonald says:
    Dianne was loved by many as she spread nothing but joy. Such a shock to hear she had passed. I imagine she is conducting the orchestra of the angels now. RIP dear lady.

  • October 08, 2014
    Gay Marie Smith says:
    While Dianne and I have never met we were friends on Facebook and also because we were fans of Clay Aiken.  We each had 2 grandchildren about the same age and we would talk about them.  I was so sad to hear about Dianne's passing.  It was so quick.  She was such a sweet lady.  Never complained even though she went through so much this past year.  My heart goes out to her friends and family.  She will be missed.......gaymarie

  • October 10, 2014
    Maria Lucia Rácz says:
    I am sending my condolences to Diane´s Family. Although I´ve never met her in person, as I live in Brazil, she was my Facebook and board friend because of our common fandom of Clay Aiken. She was always very nice to me and answered all my questions. I am so sorry for her lost. Hugs to all, Lucia

  • October 10, 2014
    Sandy says:
    I knew Dianne for over 11 years but never had the chance to meet one of the dearest internet friends I have known and regret that I now never will.  Our love for Clay Aiken, our grandchildren and our sports were the common thread that created our friendship and throughout the years we would chat back and forth on her blogs, through e-mails or on facebook.   Her love for her family was quite evident in the blogs that she shared with us all.  I knew when Dianne (also known as Carolina Clay) blogged, that it was always going to be amusing, entertaining and always written with love!  RIP Dianne.  You will be missed!!  Sandy (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)