Diane Rita Sattler

diane sattler

August 17, 1939 ~ July 1, 2023

Born in: Chicago, IL
Resided in: Cicero, IL


Visitation: July 5, 2023 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A

Service: July 5, 2023 7:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A

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  1. Diane will be missed by many. She was still my mother in law even though the family lost her son (Dan), my husband years ago. I’m so sorry for the family and my thoughts and prayers are with them. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

  2. candleI will miss my loving Aunt. She was always smiling and quick with a joke. I’m sure she is having a party in heaven with drinks food ice cream and of course her loved ones! Till we see each other again.

  3. Aunt Diane was one of my favorite Aunts. She was always smiling, laughing, and joking around. Also if you did anything she didn’t think was right she would call you out on it. Diane lived people and always loved parties, especially the food and cocktails. I am sure she is now spending times with her loved ones on the other side. Holding my cousins Steve and Margie as well as Margie’s family, my mom, and Aunt Bea in my prayers. You will definitely be missed Aunt Diane, until we add re together again.

  4. candleMy Aunt Diane was a beautiful, loving, caring woman. Even though life dealt her many hardships, she was always happy and optimistic. Happiness was a major part of her nature. My mind is a cornucopia of happy memories about her. My earliest was when she used to babysit me. I’ve had many babysitters, but she was my absolute favorite. Other fond memories were when she used to host Thanksgiving for everyone. She was so busy, but always happy and smiling. Joe and I ended up getting “Mr. T” because of one of those gatherings. Other great memories are when she used to visit us for our annual Mothers’ Day gathering. We always had to get extra white zinfandel for those occasions. She was an amazing woman who will be sorely missed. Steve and Margie, you were very lucky to have this woman as your mother. She was the epitome of strength. We were lucky to have her in our lives.

    Your absence has gone through me
    Like thread through a needle.
    Everything I do is stitched with it’s color. W.S. Merwin

  5. My Aunt Diane was a joy to talk too! I will miss our conversations we had as I was driving home. Our conversations subjects could be all over the planet, in the past, and in the future. My prays for all the knew her as she will be missed, especially to Steve and Margie. To my Aunt Diana please say hi for us in heaven. We will meet again!

  6. Aunt Diane I will miss you dearly, from all the stories I’ve heard from you growing up will always be in my heart. When I would see you at grandmas in the summer time eating the mulberries from the mulberry trees and at Christmas time when I would hear your laugh fill the house with joy and how grandma would make two orange punch bowls so one could be spiked with whiskey. I’ll forever cherish the memories I’ve had with you. May you rest in peace ❤️

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