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MARGARET ADAMS

So sorry about my friend Diane. She was finally living her dream building her house back at home.. I talked to her I
know for 20 years and her plans never wavered. I always enjoyed talking to her. She really loved he r children. My
sympathies to all of you,


Cathy Dianne Tollison Bush

Oh, how the world will miss this sweetheart of a woman. I am so blessed to have upgraded to BSN status with her. She
will brighten heaven but her fun laugh will be missed down here. We love you, Diane. Hugs!


Walter Vance

I was so saddened to hear about your mother and sister's passing..I'm so sorry, I'll keep you all in my prayers. I love
each and everyone of you. GOD bless.


Gina McKnight

Thinking about all of Diane's children and grands today. She loved you all so much. She was a wonderful friend and I
miss her already. Love and prayers.


Sherry Thompson

So sorry for your loss. She was a precious friend and even though I have not seen her for a long time I will always
remember her sweet smile and gentle spirit. She so looked forward to building her house and enjoying peaceful,
country living. She will be truly missed.


Jack M Harris

I open the Oliver web site to find the very sad news that my friend and classmate Diane has gone to her heavenly
home. She has been a kind and wonderful soul her entire life. I am so thankful that we were together in the WHS class
of 1969. To each of Diane's family members, please accept my deepest sympathies. To know Diane was to love her.
Wouldn't this be a wonderful world if everyone had the joyful, kind, sincere, caring personality of Diane. She is a
special angel. If I had looked at this sight 2 hours earlier, I would have been at the services. Wish I had known a little
bit sooner. For God so loved the world, He gave us Diane to make us happy.


Peggy Donahoo

Sorry to hear of Dianes passing away. Got to know her as a neighbor when Joe &Lauren Ann were small. she was a
good neighbor. Praying for the family.



paulette Hickman ( Dukes)

Im so sorry for your loss. Diane was such a sweet soul, she will be greatly missed.
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Barbara Diane Johnson Tucker Greenlee
(January 29, 1951 - November 11, 2020)

A graveside service for Barbara Diane Johnson Tucker Greenlee of Winona will be at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday,
November 12, in New Hope Methodist Church Cemetery in Winona.  Rev. Sam Dodd will officiate the services.
Pallbearers will be Michael Cooper, Al Backstrom, Tucker Fowler, and Chris Jones.

Ms. Greenlee, 69, passed away on Wednesday, November 11, 2020, at Tyler Holmes Memorial Hospital in Winona.
She was born to John William "Bill" and Ruby Mary Dukes Johnson on January 29, 1951.  She held a BSN degree
and worked as a registered nurse for 39 years. Ms. Greenlee attended New Hope Methodist Church in Winona and
was a member of The Daughters of the American Revolution and a life member of the Junior Auxiliary. She was a
tremendous history buff and enjoyed picking guitar, gardening, and cooking.

Ms. Greenlee is survived by her three daughters, Dana Rachelle Backstrom (Al) of Florence, Delisa Tucker Jones
(Chris) of Florence, and Lauren Diane Cooper (Michael) of Starkville; son, Larry Joe Geenlee II of Kilmichael; six
grandchildren, Darbie Fowler, Tucker Fowler, Alanna Marble, John Luke Jones, Rhett Cooper, and Westin Cooper;
sister, Delia Melinda "Didi" Mitchell of Saltillo; and brother, John Johnson of Winona. She was preceded in death by
her parents and two brothers, David L. Johnson and William Carl Gardo.





Graveside Service
Thursday, Nov. 12                     3:30 p.m.
New Hope Methodist Church Cemetery
Winona
BARBARA DIANE
JOHNSON TUCKER
GREENLEE
January 29, 1951
November 11, 2020
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