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Dianna Morie DeLaughter Wallace

Feb. 12, 1969 – Sept. 25, 2019

ERIE, Pennsylvania — Dianna Morie DeLaughter Wallace, 50, of Erie, Pennsylvania, died unexpectedly Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2019, due to medical complications from an injury earlier this year. 
Dianna was born Feb. 12, 1969, in Natchez, the daughter of Lynn and Leigh DeLaughter of Natchez.
She was previously employed by LECOM Senior Living as a certified nursing assistant. Dianna enjoyed cooking, a trait she learned from her grandmother.
In addition to her parents, Dianna is survived by three daughters, Lynnzee Dunn and husband, James, of North Carolina, Saddye DeLaughter and Terry DeLaughter and husband, Chris, all of Erie; one brother, Travis DeLaughter and wife, Cheryl, of Erie; one nephew, Bryce Delaughter of Georgia; one niece, Taylor DeLaughter of Erie; five grandchildren, Maddison, Ambrose, Barrett, Adeline and Madelyn; and a number of cousins and extended family.
Private funeral arrangements are under the care of the Brugger Funeral Home & Crematory, Pine Avenue Branch, 845 E. 38thSt., Erie, PA 16504.
Dianna will be laid to rest in Mississippi with her beloved grandparents, Julian and Morie DeLaughter.
Online condolences may be sent to the family at bruggerfuneralhomes.com.

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