Diane LaFogg Erdin

November 30, 1940 - April 17, 2006
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Diane LaFogg Erdin, 65, of Nokomis, Florida, died in her home on April 17, 2006. She was born on November 30, 1940 in Hartford, CT. Diane moved to Nokomis 26 years ago from East Hartford, CT. She was an Administrative Assistant for Northern Trust Bank for 15 years, retiring in 2005. She was an active member of Venice-Nokomis United Methodist Church for many years. Her passions were family, friends, boating and gardening.

Diane is survived by her loving husband, Edward J. Erdin, of Nokomis, FL; loving daughter, Glenna Erdin Meininger, son-in-law, Chad Meininger & grandson, Chase Meininger, all of Indialantic, FL; nieces, Laurie Huppi & Cindy Huppi and her children; extended family and many dear friends.

Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, April 22, 2006, 12:30 PM at Venice-Nokomis United Methodist Church.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 2801 Fruitville Road, Suite 250 Sarasota, FL 34237

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Born: November 30, 1940
Died: April 17, 2006

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JESS WAGNER posted on 4/21/06

I,M SO VERY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS,DIANE WAS A GREAT PERSON, KEEP THE FAITH, HOPE TO SEE ON OUR NEXT TRIP TO FLORIDA JESS & JANET WAGNER

 

Bill & Charlene Benito posted on 4/21/06

We will never forget Diane's abiltiy to control my Dad better than anyone. One Friday night when I was dating Charlene I got home at 12:05 am. Eddie, Diane, my Dad and Mom played cards on Friday night. My dad looked at his watch and said I was late. I said my watch said midnight. My Dad said he had an Accutron that doesn't loose more than 4 secs a year and I was grounded for the week end. WELL Diane looked at my Dad and said don't be an A**hole Don, he's a good kid and could be out all night like I'm sure you were at his age. My Dad said, pointing to his watch he could have been five minutes early too. Diane, bless her heart, told my Dad where he could put his watch and it wasn't on his arm. Because of Diane I wasn't grounded and still to this day will never forget the look on my Dad's face. All our love to the Family, Bill & Charlene

 

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