We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Lewis M. Hunt-Irving Funeral Home Inc.
Diann Dennis was an out going person. Born at Chester Hospital August 3, 1947 Of the late Samuel E. Dennis and Violet Johnson Dennis. Diann unexpectantly received her wings to join the angels above on July 15,2022. Passing due to natural causes.
She was a life-long resident of Chester. Born in Chester, stayed in Chester, and died in Chester. She began her journey in life at her neighborhood schools of Booker T. Washington and Frederick Douglass Junior High. She was an excellent speller. As a young person she was devoted to her grandmother Nan and grandmother Tillie. They would play Pattie Cake and all kinds of fun games. Then there were the cooking episodes in the kitchen making delicious Coconut Cakes, the best kind of Banana Cream Pies, and mouth watering Apple Dumplings. Diann loved family outings, especially where there were crabbing expeditions to Oak Orchard, Delaware or Crisfield, Maryland. On each occasion the family would catch all the crabs 12 persons could eat at one sitting.
Diann was very active at Chester High School, where she joined the Cheer Leader the 1st year at the school. While attending Chester High she majored in Commercial Business, upon graduating from high school she soon gained employment at Congloelium Textile facility located in Marcus Hook, PA. She worked there 10 years. There was an intervening period of time which she spent at Norristown General Hospital. Yet let the truth be told, Diann in her our special ways, would reach out to help others using her limited resources. In her own ways she would share from her store house of worldly goods, especially for her loving cat Tabby. Very often she would buy food items for her brother and sent gifts to her nephews.
Diann accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior at an early age. To all who had the pleasure of personally knowing her, could witnessed the fact she loved the Lord. She a member of the Old St. Luke Junior Choir. Very often, back in the day, she would be on her knees as she joined the Family Watchnight Prayer session to bring in the New Year.
Diann extended her cherish love to her Brother Donald Dennis, nephews Keith Dennis, Bruce Dennis, Eric Dennis, as well as to Myrtle Green, Albert Lee, Maybelle Gandy, Jean Johnson, Lucille Johnson, Yolanda Johnson, and to a host of cousins and dear friends.