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Diane Jasiewicz

Diane Jasiewicz, 67, of Gardner, died peacefully Monday, January 31, 2022, in her home.

Born in Gardner on October 21, 1954, she was the daughter of the late Edward and Adele (Kolesnik) Jasiewicz. She graduated from Gardner High School with the Class of 1972. Diane was a Technician employed by Digital Equipment Corporation of Westminster for 30-years. She was briefly employed by H&R 1871, and also worked at Gardner polling booths.

Diane loved animals, spending many hours volunteering at the Gardner Animal Shelter. She also enjoyed traveling, taking trips with Wilson Bus Line.

Diane is survived by her cousins Richard Kolesnik, Robert Kolesnik, and Elaine Berland.

There are no services.

Memorial Contributions may be made to the Gardner Animal Shelter, c/o Gardner Police Department, 200 Main Street, Gardner, MA 01440. Please reference in memory of Diane Jasiewicz.


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Guestbook

Diane, I barely knew you, and yet you made a lasting impression of a deeply caring, kind soul. You are gone from this earth too soon! SO many will miss you. In particular my mom who traveled with you on the Bus Tours, worked with you at News America and helped out at the animal shelter. Safe travels to You on your next adventure.

Janet from Connecticut, Jane (mom) from Athol Massachusetts Apr 26 2022 11:54 AM

Di,
There is a void in this world.. there's a empty space that you filled. I'm sure your Mom and Dad are so happy to see you. If loved could have saved you you'd still be here. You were a friend to everyone and I was so graced to have you as mine. So many talks about everything…your job with the animals made you so happy..I miss you and love you till we meet again…stay short but mighty 💗 give lots of love to the other side..You are the wind beneath my wings…I love you

Lois Paul Feb 15 2022 8:59 PM

Diane and I met in our youth via a Pen Pay magazine and bacame fast friends. We had various adventures throughout the years, trips to both of our homes, as well as vacations. She was a great, kind, fun loving lady and will not only be missed by myself but everyone else whose life that she touched. Rest in Peace my friend.

Bonnee Spas Feb 9 2022 9:31 PM

Diane was a beloved friend of mine. We traveled up & down many roads & places in life. Constant friends, more like sisters. Talking or texting daily. Love of animals & plants-life itself and travel. I shall miss her kind heart & lovely soul. Love you Diane, continue on your journey. Visit all the places you had in your bucket list.

Robin Lawrence. 522 East Street, Fernwood MHP Bolton VT. 05676 Please have Richard call me. Thankyou Feb 3 2022 11:22 AM

Ozzie The Wizard 🐱 Kolesnik will miss your caring ,fun visits ,Di! I am sure you will be volunteering up in heaven. RIP my cousin,Love,Rich

Richard Kolesnik Feb 2 2022 11:09 PM

My dear friend Diane. If it weren't for you I may never have gone to Italy. We had so many more adventures after that trip and I was blessed to have so many years of such a great friendship with you. May you enjoy this next adventure. RIP my friend.

Wendy Aucoin Feb 2 2022 9:40 PM

Rip my friend!! Now you are reunited with your mom and dad! I will always remember our school days, shopping and lunch adventures, and our yard sales together!! I will miss and love you always till we meet again!! Say hi to Shawn for me!!

Sandy Rich Feb 2 2022 11:47 AM

Di. I will always remember coming there every Halloween with Shawn. You always had you hallway decorated for all the neighborhood kids. Thank you for being a great friend to my mom Sandy. We love and will miss you. Until we meet again. R.I.P. Fly high Di

Bonnie Jones Feb 1 2022 10:18 PM