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Dianne Wilson-Waller

July 31, 1950 — March 15, 2024

Dianne Wilson-Waller, age 73, a resident of Central, LA passed away peacefully in her home on March 15, 2023.  She is preceded in death by her parents, Huey John Wilson and Angelina Mumphrey Wilson, as well as her brothers, John Huey Wilson and Denver Clint Wilson.  She is survived by her loving and devoted husband, Mitchell Wayne Waller Sr.; her children: Andrea Wilson Doming and her husband, Triff Doming; Renee Graphia Joyal and her husband, Jamie Joyal, and Dax Wilson; stepchildren: Cheramie Waller, Samantha Magee, and her husband Bruce Magee, and Mitchell Waller, and his wife, Abbey Waller; and sister-in-law, Rochelle Murray and her husband, Daryl Murray, and children, Lauren Murray James and Josh Murray.  She leaves behind nine beautiful grandchildren: Olivia Miller, Ferdinand “Jack” Allain, IV, Stella Doming, Piper Joyal, Harper Joyal, Carolynn Waller, Evelynn Antoon, Maggie Magee and Megan Magee.   

Dianne was born July 31, 1950, in Baton Rouge, LA.  She graduated from Baton Rouge High and attended Mississippi State College for Women, graduating with a degree in accounting.  Her early career was dedicated to working for the family business, H.J. Wilson and Co.   She proudly sat on the Board of Directors of the Huey and Angelina Wilson Foundation, a private foundation dedicated to supporting the most disadvantaged in Louisiana, for over twenty years.

Dianne was a one-of-a-kind soul.  She was smart, funny, compassionate, accepting and beautiful inside and out.  She was the type of person who never went unnoticed when she walked in a room.  She had a big personality, a big smile, and a big heart.  She was always ready to help a friend or family member in need, genuinely a welcoming soul and always wanting to make those she loved around her more comfortable.  Like her parents, she gave to both local and national nonprofits close to her heart.  She always had a flair for the wild and the creative.  She loved animals, a good party, and most of all her family.   She always said, “You can never have too many people love you.”   And she lived by this creed, loving both her given family, her chosen family, those who had no family, and her friends.

While we grieve the loss of a wife, a mother, a grandmother and a friend, we will always treasure the happy memories we were able to make with her and the indelible mark she has left on the lives of those who love her.  “Wherever a beautiful soul has been, there is a trail of beautiful memories.” Thank you for leaving the trail for us, Lady Di.  She will be forever loved and forever missed.  Family and friends may sign the online guestbook or leave a personal note to the family at www.resthavenbatonrouge.com.

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