Diane Elaine Scott
ARLINGTON -- Diane Martin Scott, 68, went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013, in Arlington after a long battle with cancer. Memorial service: 1 p.m. Saturday in Wade Family Funeral Home Chapel, 4140 W. Pioneer Parkway, Arlington. Diane was born to Don and Margie Martin on Aug. 20, 1945, in Ralls. She was a resident of Arlington most of her life. Her entire career was spent in the air freight and logistics industry, in which she excelled. Diane was preceded in death by her parents. Survivors: Children, Jayme, Christopher, Courtney and Reagan; grandsons, Nick, Zack, Alex and Sam; great-grandson, Tyler; sisters, BJ Ellzey, Lynn Hammack and Trish Morton; and brother, Donald Martin.

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  1. Words alone cannot express the sadness that is felt. But, even in that sadness, the joy and love far outweighs it. Your wonderful wit, quick sense of humor, laugh, spirit and so much more will be missed, but not forgotten. Thank you for the life lessons, Aunt Dee Dee. I have always loved you, and always will.

  2. I never really knew Dianne very well in high school, but as we got older and through reunions and especially Facebook, we became friends. She was a wonderful lady with many strong qualities. A very strong mother and grand-mother and family leader. She was loved by many and will be highly missed by all that knew her. God Bless her and her leadership and thanks for her wonderful example. My prayers will be for the family during this hard time.

  3. AHS Class of ’63-I knew Diane in Jr High and High School but loss touch with her when I graduated a year early. We reconnected a couple of years ago on Facebook and she was still the sweet girl I knew from years ago. God bless her family and all her friends that knew that sweet, compassionate woman. Until we meet again.

  4. Thinking about you today, I know the funeral home was full with
    People that loved you .. You were the sweetest angel and now God
    Has the very best… RIP Diane, prayers to your family..

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