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In Memory of

Diane Jo Moya

October 28, 1946 - August 21, 2017

Obituary


It is with a heavy heart that we announce the peaceful passing of Diane Moya from complications of her fifty-one year battle with Multiple Sclerosis. ?
Born October 28, 1946 in Oak Park, Illinois to John and Virginia Stackpool, she was the 2nd of four children. Soon the family resettled in Seattle, Washington. She was a proud alumni of St. Mark Parish School and a part of the first graduating class of Shorecrest High School. She received her degree in Culinary Arts from Edison Technical and pursued her endless love and devotion to the family,...

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the peaceful passing of Diane Moya from complications of her fifty-one year battle with Multiple Sclerosis. ?
Born October 28, 1946 in Oak Park, Illinois to John and Virginia Stackpool, she was the 2nd of four children. Soon the family resettled in Seattle, Washington. She was a proud alumni of St. Mark Parish School and a part of the first graduating class of Shorecrest High School. She received her degree in Culinary Arts from Edison Technical and pursued her endless love and devotion to the family, friends, church, and life itself. ?
She leaves behind, her ever-devoted husband and eternal love of over 47 years, Ceferino Moya Jr., daughter Anne and (Philip) and her sisters Brigid Stackpool and Patricia Burklund. Most importantly, she leaves behind an indelible mark on every soul she has touched by her insightful wisdom, deep knowledge, mischievous smile, quick wit and boisterous laugh that could echo across the room and melt anyone's heart.

Rosary and viewing will be held Monday, August 28th 6 p.m. at Bauer Funeral Chapel, 701 1st St, Snohomish. Funeral Services will be held Tuesday, August 29th 10 a.m. at Holy Cross Catholic Church, 6915 SR 92, Lake Stevens, followed by reception and then committal at Holyrood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Providence Hospice and Home Care of Snohomish County, Catholic Community Services, or The National Multiple Sclerosis Society.