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Dianna McBride

May 7, 1955 – May 24, 2021


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Dianna McBride, age 66, passed away peacefully in the arms of her loving husband Jack on May 24, 2021. Dianna was born on May 7, 1955, in Chicago, Illinois to Melvin and Eve Mich. She married her friend and love, Jack McBride, on September 2, 2000, who survives her. Dianna is also survived by her sister Gayle and Randy Moudry, and brother Robert Mich.

Throughout Dianna’s life, she filled many different roles with vast experiences that could satisfy multiple lifetimes. Dianna worked alongside her husband Jack for nineteen years assisting with the operations of their successful construction business. Her interests varied greatly, sharing her passions with her husband, family an many different friends.

To be in the presence of Dianna’s light was a gift and a blessing to everyone she knew. She always conveyed her compassion and generosity with those she loved most, enriching countless many with gifts and knowledge.

Dianna possessed a love of the stars, planets, and galaxies that came through her work as an Astrologer. She had a knowingness and foresight that was always spot on and endless positivity in the most trying of times.

Dianna chose to live her life daily with authentic intention and expression of herself choosing affirmations and meditation as part of her daily routine. A true light in our world who lived with a passion for life and being alive, seeing miracles in every day. Deepest gratitude to you Dianna for lighting up and touching our hearts and souls.

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9 responses to “Dianna McBride”

  1. Carmen Mattio says:

    Those we have loved are always with us. Thank you for the beauty in starlight!
    With my deepest Condolences. xox

  2. Gayle Moudry says:

    My beloved sister, you are now the brightest star in the sky. Until we meet again I will carry you in my heart.

  3. Karen Sobel Catania says:

    My cherished friend for over 4 decades. We knew so much about each others lives. Our ups, our downs, our heartaches and heartbreaks, our music, our fur babies, our conversations, she always listened to what I had to say. We hoped to ride into the sunset together in old age in San Diego County where the ocean breezes swept us away from the time we planted our feet in California. I will carry her with me the rest of my life and every time I am by the ocean, I will call out your name.

  4. John & Janine Waldera says:

    “When we lose someone we love, we must learn not to live without them, but to live with the love they left behind.” …..Unknown
    Dianna, you have always lived life with love, and for that I am forever grateful. Till me meet again………

  5. Christine Lynn Webb T says:

    Beautiful, kind, caring, expressive, respectful, intelligent, logical spiritually advanced wise yet so humble one…. while you will be greatly missed, you will always be loved. The night stars shine much brighter now. I love you forever dear friend.

  6. Steffi & Joey Harges says:

    Our hearts go out to you in your time of sorrow. We are so sorry for your loss.

  7. Sherrye Lynne Weinstein says:

    I adored Dianna. “No one shone bright as Dianna…Nor shines her light so brightly still.” She first contacted me for an astrology reading many years ago, and shortly thereafter I created a group called, “The Worcester Astrology Forum”. She was a shining star in that group, and will stand out among the stars in Heaven as the most beautiful I have ever known.

    With my deepest condolences to her family, including her beloved husband Jack, and her friends, including her beloved friend, Ala… Dianna, we will meet again some day in a place where your smile keeps us warm, and your presence keeps us alive.

  8. Carter Kolba says:

    Saying goodbye to not only one of my most treasured friends, I feel like I am loosing a light that has been a beacon I’ve know for 20+ years of my life. Your smile, your laugh, and your forever positive outlook on life will be missed forever. I think of you, and your energy, ever present when I look into the stars at night. You will always be a part of everyone that knew you, as you shined your love on them all . Thank you for being a part of my life.

  9. Ellen McBride says:

    You are missed my dear friend, Oceans of love to your wonderful spirit.

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Dianna McBride

May 7, 1955 – May 24, 2021


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Dianna McBride, age 66, passed away peacefully in the arms of her loving husband Jack on May 24, 2021. Dianna was born on May 7, 1955, in Chicago, Illinois to Melvin and Eve Mich. She married her friend and love, Jack McBride, on September 2, 2000, who survives her. Dianna is also survived by her sister Gayle and Randy Moudry, and brother Robert Mich.

Throughout Dianna’s life, she filled many different roles with vast experiences that could satisfy multiple lifetimes. Dianna worked alongside her husband Jack for nineteen years assisting with the operations of their successful construction business. Her interests varied greatly, sharing her passions with her husband, family an many different friends.

To be in the presence of Dianna’s light was a gift and a blessing to everyone she knew. She always conveyed her compassion and generosity with those she loved most, enriching countless many with gifts and knowledge.

Dianna possessed a love of the stars, planets, and galaxies that came through her work as an Astrologer. She had a knowingness and foresight that was always spot on and endless positivity in the most trying of times.

Dianna chose to live her life daily with authentic intention and expression of herself choosing affirmations and meditation as part of her daily routine. A true light in our world who lived with a passion for life and being alive, seeing miracles in every day. Deepest gratitude to you Dianna for lighting up and touching our hearts and souls.

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9 responses to “Dianna McBride”

  1. Carmen Mattio says:

    Those we have loved are always with us. Thank you for the beauty in starlight!
    With my deepest Condolences. xox

  2. Gayle Moudry says:

    My beloved sister, you are now the brightest star in the sky. Until we meet again I will carry you in my heart.

  3. Karen Sobel Catania says:

    My cherished friend for over 4 decades. We knew so much about each others lives. Our ups, our downs, our heartaches and heartbreaks, our music, our fur babies, our conversations, she always listened to what I had to say. We hoped to ride into the sunset together in old age in San Diego County where the ocean breezes swept us away from the time we planted our feet in California. I will carry her with me the rest of my life and every time I am by the ocean, I will call out your name.

  4. John & Janine Waldera says:

    “When we lose someone we love, we must learn not to live without them, but to live with the love they left behind.” …..Unknown
    Dianna, you have always lived life with love, and for that I am forever grateful. Till me meet again………

  5. Christine Lynn Webb T says:

    Beautiful, kind, caring, expressive, respectful, intelligent, logical spiritually advanced wise yet so humble one…. while you will be greatly missed, you will always be loved. The night stars shine much brighter now. I love you forever dear friend.

  6. Steffi & Joey Harges says:

    Our hearts go out to you in your time of sorrow. We are so sorry for your loss.

  7. Sherrye Lynne Weinstein says:

    I adored Dianna. “No one shone bright as Dianna…Nor shines her light so brightly still.” She first contacted me for an astrology reading many years ago, and shortly thereafter I created a group called, “The Worcester Astrology Forum”. She was a shining star in that group, and will stand out among the stars in Heaven as the most beautiful I have ever known.

    With my deepest condolences to her family, including her beloved husband Jack, and her friends, including her beloved friend, Ala… Dianna, we will meet again some day in a place where your smile keeps us warm, and your presence keeps us alive.

  8. Carter Kolba says:

    Saying goodbye to not only one of my most treasured friends, I feel like I am loosing a light that has been a beacon I’ve know for 20+ years of my life. Your smile, your laugh, and your forever positive outlook on life will be missed forever. I think of you, and your energy, ever present when I look into the stars at night. You will always be a part of everyone that knew you, as you shined your love on them all . Thank you for being a part of my life.

  9. Ellen McBride says:

    You are missed my dear friend, Oceans of love to your wonderful spirit.

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