Diane passed away June 25, 2020 in Santa Rosa, CA at home.Born to two loving parents, Donald and Lorraine Davis, in Duluth, MN, Diane lived a happy childhood, the fourth of six siblings. The family moved to Atascadero in 1962. Diane graduated from Atascadero High in 1972.
Diane attened Cuesta College, gaining a Secretarial Certificate, then attended Brigham Young University. She back-packed through Europe. She was a lead singer in a country rock band Midnight Flyer and always enjoyed singing.
Diane met Blaine J. Lemmon, an architecture student at Cal Poly. Living in Atascadero, they welcomed a son, Blaine Jordan. After Blaine graduated, they moved to Santa Rosa where daughter Brenna, and sons Bryce and Taylor were born.
Diane ran an in-home daycare and loved children. Diane worked at a toxicology lab for fourteen years and made many friends of coworkers.
Diane was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. She held many positions in the church. Her favorite was teaching the children songs about Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ. Her last nine years were difficult with the sudden death of her husband and three year battle with pancreatic cancer.
Through-out these trials, she experienced happiness.In her last year of life, Diane met Gary Senneff who brought Diane love and joy.
Being a compassionate person, Diane touched the lives of many with acts of service, big and small and shared her singing talent.
She is survived by her four children, Jordan Lemmon, (Jolene), Brenna Prokasky, (James), Bryce Lemmon, and Taylor Lemmon. Grandchildren, Wyatt, Levi, Caleb, Jace, Cole-man, and Bronwyn. Siblings, Craig, Scott, Brian, Jason Davis and sister Debra Scott. Sister-in-laws: Janice Robinson, Joanne Mitchell, Diane Coombs.