Condolences for Diana Vera Roman

Clem Cornell {Widower of Eileen Fleischman Cornell} posted on 6/3/19

We have great memories of Aunt Diana here in South Jersey. Whenever we saw her and Uncle Marty at family functions, I would just smile. Yes she didn't hold back her opinions, but I never thought she was mean or hurtful. Instead she usually made you laugh. When I informed other members of the family, they responded. "She was fun. " "She always made me laugh" . The party didn't start until Marty and Diana showed up. SO sorry for your loss . They both are missed and remembered in South Jersey. The family of Rueben Fleischman


Linda Tohara ( Roman) daughter posted on 6/3/19

My mom was someone you didn’t forget. She made herself big wherever she was. Raising six daughters isn’t for the weak at heart. She ran a tight ship and managed to always have a meal for us. Who cares she spoke her mind really who doesn’t? I am now proud to have been raised by a woman who stood by her convictions. She thought she was beautiful and that gave her confidence. She had a tough upbringing but she did manage to rise above it and her daughters went on to take the good from her. She was a tough lady but she was always the love of my life, my mom, my vessel. God choose her to bring me into the world it made her special and taught me unconditional love isn’t easy. But I did honor her and my dad my whole life I am pleased they taught me how to understand their wisdom was for my good. I will miss her more then words but know if I get to see her again she will be my sister not my mom. I will be the bride of Jesus just like her. We will both have our new bodies with washboard stomachs we both always wanted LOl.


Carolina & Monty Leopardi posted on 6/2/19

we are so sorry for your great loss God will ease it in time.



Carolina & Monty Leopardi posted on 6/2/19

remembrances of our childhood long ago


dave posted on 5/14/19

I am so sorry for your loss , Loosing a loved one is traumatic and very difficult. However the Bible says at Rev. 21:4 - “ And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” May the God who gives us this comfort be with the family at this time.


Angela Huskey posted on 5/13/19

Marla, I am so sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathies to you and your family. I didn't have the pleasure of knowing her but a couple of years and she was a sweetheart.