Dec. 28, 2019 — On the morning of Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2019, the fun, loving and compassionate Dianna May Titus, 77, of Redmond, Ore., formerly of Swisshome, Ore., passed away.
She was born in San Francisco, Calif., on January 6, 1942, to Donald and Marguerite Stanton.
As a young woman, she married Arthur Hunt and started her family in Swisshome, Ore. Her early adult life was spent working at Mapleton School District in Mapleton, Ore., where she raised her kids and met her soulmate, Lyle Titus.
Her late adult life was spent exploring the United States while trucking with Lyle before becoming a truck dispatcher for many years.
In recent years, she enjoyed fulfilling work at Best Care Rehabilitation in Redmond, helping patients better their lives.
She always loved spending time with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She enjoyed watching sports, especially golf, and was a frequent attendant at her grandchildren’s extra curricular activities.
Diana was an extremely loved and happy woman that lived a full-life until her death.
Dianna was preceded in death by her husband, Lyle Titus; her parents Donald and Marguerite Stanton; her brothers Pete and Bob Stanton; grandson Ryan Hunt; and her step-son, Andrew Hodges.
She leaves behind her sister, Sharon (Gordon) Doggett; daughter Deborah (Steve) Mace; and grandchildren: Joshua/Dawn Hole, Jessica Hole, and Andrew Mace; her son Randy (Kaye) Hunt; grandsons Kristopher and Kyle Hunt; her son, Michael (Angela) Hunt; grandchildren James Hunt, Nicolas Hunt, Dylan Hunt, Teagan (Eric) Calhoon; great- grandchildren: Kaden, Jaden and Jaxen; step-children: Kenneth Hodges, Brenda McGee; step-granddaughters: April Malone and Stephanie Dennison and Kellyne Hammontree; step-grandsons: Kyle and Kenneth Hammontree; as well as her foster son, Les Schofield and grandchildren Thomas, Amanda, Melissa and Alyssa.
A celebration of life will be held in her honor next summer in Redmond, Ore.