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Obituary: Nutt, Dianna L.

Age 67

NUTT, Dianna L. June 25, 1946- October 28, 2013 Dianna L. Nutt, a resident of Connell, Washington died peacefully October 28, 2013. She was the daughter of Harold and Peggy Anderson born on June 25, 1946, in Spokane, Washington. She was raised in the Spokane area and graduated from John R. Rogers High School in 1964. Shortly after graduation, she married Rex Nutt on August 7, 1964. She made a home in the Spokane area with her husband while working at the Spokane Coliseum. After a couple years, she moved with her husband who served in the US Navy to San Diego, California. They had their only daughter in November 1972 after moving back to Washington. Being a military wife, she moved several times before settling in Connell in 1985. Dianna worked at Lamb Weston for 21 years. After retiring from Lamb Weston, she enjoyed traveling with her daughter around to local events as well as throughout United States, she enjoyed bowling, doing word search puzzles, reading the newspaper, gardening, going to the casino, and helping family and friends. Dianna loved her family and friends and enjoyed spending time with them. Dianna is survived by her daughter Mollie Nutt of Connell, Washington. She is also survived by her sister Debra Lueck and her husband, Jerry Lueck, of Connell, WA; brother John Anderson of Steilacoom, WA; and Michael Anderson of Spokane, WA. She has many nieces and nephews who are dear to heart. She is preceded in death by her father Harold Anderson, mother Peggy Watts, step-father Edward Watts, ex-husband Rex Nutt, and brother, Harold Anderson. A memorial service to celebrate Dianna’s life will be held at Faith Assembly 1800 N Road 72, Pasco, Washington 99301 on November 24, 2013 at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Dianna’s name to the Tri-Cities Cancer Center 7350 W. Deschutes Ave., Bldg. A Kennewick, WA 99336 or the Lourdes Foundation with Healed with a Kiss in the note section of your check at 520 N 4th Ave, Pasco, WA 99301.


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