Obituary for Diane J. Shankland

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Diane J. Shankland

January 25, 1947 - August 23, 2018

You are invited to the Celebration of life of  Diane J. Shankland


When: Sept 9  4-6 PM Where: Historical Aircraft Squadron Museum at Fair- field County Airport

3266 Old Columbus Rd. Carroll, Ohio 43112

Questions call Tim Shankland 614-507-9959

Bring stories and good memories of Diane



Diane Burkhardt Youngston posted on September 13, 2018

I just found out about Diane's death. We attended the University of Toledo together. I was always jealous of Diane's slim, trim figure when we were in college. She had an excellent sense of humor. We were in two summer bowling leagues together. Once Diane and I and three other friends spent a week in New Orleans. What a blast. I ran into Diane once when I was traveling to Cinci to see my son. We stopped at a Bob Evans and I saw this girl whom I thought was Diane. I was too embarrassed to ask her so my niece went up to speak to her. We were so excited to see one another. I met you Tim several times. Diane was always nuts about you. I don't know if you would remember me or not.

Diane Burkhardt Youngston posted on September 13, 2018

I went to college at the University of Toledo with Diane. We hung around for years. We bowled with her in a summer league a couple of years. I met her husband Tim several times, but I don't know if he would remember me. Diane had the best sense of humor, and she was always a lot of fun to be around. I knew her brother Dale too. Once a group of us travelled to New Orleans. We had a blasst. We also went to her friend Joetts's cottage and had some fin times there too. I was always jealous of her slim arm figure when she was young. So sorry to hear about her passing.

Bob Mapes posted on September 13, 2018

Tim, sorry to learn of Diane’s passing. Always enjoyed talking to her when we would bump into each other. She will be missed.

Grace & Jihn Anderson posted on September 7, 2018

We were saddened by Diane’s death. She was one offthe first people we met upon moving to Pickerington in 1988. She was always smiling and kind, interested in in others’ well-being, and will be missed.


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