Diona D. Miracle, 67, of Anderson passed away on May 23, 2016 at Manor Care At Summer Trace in Carmel following an extended illness. She was born on September 9, 1948 to James and Hilda (Harris) Greene.
Diona grew up in a military family and had the opportunity to live in many places throughout her life. She was an award-winning seamstress, a Real Estate Agent, a banker, and a bartender. Whatever Diona chose to do she worked hard at! Diona had a green thumb and loved nothing more than “digging in the dirt”, listening to old country music, and cheering-on the Chicago White Sox.
She is survived by her son, Wayne (Christine) Radous of Carmel; one brother, Michael and seven sisters, Linda, Connie, Bonnie, Cathy, Theressa, Vickie and Becky; four grandchildren, Michael, Audrey, Abbigail and Autumn Joy; and three great-grandchildren, Isla Mae, Greyson and Bennett.
She was preceded in death by her parents.
Private family services will be held at a later date.
Our deepest sympathies to your family.
Im sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed Dionas company. She will be at peace in heaven
I Love you Diona and I’m sure going to miss you.
I love you Diona and I wish we could go back to October, 2009!! We had so much to share and so much fun, just you and I!! You will never know how much I miss our phone calls almost every night for hours!! I love, love you and I’ll miss you so much!! Rest in heaven and I’ll see you someday!!
Our deepest sympathies go to your family.
She was loved by many of us in the Berwyn & Cicero, IL area and we feel her loss already. We were lucky to have visited her once since she moved down there and she hadn’t changed at all. She was kind, loving, helpful and with her quick wit, so much fun to be around. I wish I could say something funny here, because I know that’s what she would want. Oh yes, I remember one Halloween, when somebody put a rubber spider in the cash register when Diona went to the washroom. When she came back, served a drink, rang it up on the cash register, saw the spider, she almost jumped over the bar. Usually it was her playing the tricks on us. Please know that my prayers are with you and her whole family and may you all remember only the good and fun memories that you have of Diona, knowing that she is at peace now.