GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE                                                                 Saturday, January 19, 2002

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 Diana Mae Greenly

  ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo. -- Diana Mae (Nash) Greenly, 62, a Havre native and former Chinook resident, died at her home Thursday after a short illness.

  A memorial service is 2 p.m. Tuesday at Vase Funeral Chapel in Rock Springs.

  Survivors include her husband, Gerald Greenly of Rock Springs, Wyo.; sons Joe Hiner Jr., Wilford M. Hiner and Timothy Scott Batchelor, all of Rock Springs; daughters Pattie Plovanie of Lewistown, Glenna Hiner Schaible of Kalispell, and Victoria Gamper and Donna Kettering of Rock Springs; her mother, Lucille Nash of Chinook; a brother, William "Bill" Nash of Post Falls, Idaho; a sister, Walline Campbell of Great Falls; 13 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

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THE BLAINE COUNRY JOURNAL, NEWS-OPINION                           Wednesday, November 5, 2001

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Diana Greenly

 

  Diana Mae Greenly, 62, of 605 Donalynn Drive, Rock Springs, WY died at her home on Thursday, January  17,  2002. She had been in ill health for the past month. Following cremation, a memorial service was held at  2:00  p.m.  on Tuesday, January 22, at the Vase Funeral Chapel in Rock Springs. Reverend Jenny House conducted the  services. Vase  Funeral Chapels of Rock Springs was in charge of arrangements.

  Diana was born on January 29, 1939, in Havre, the daughter of Wallace Lloyd and Lucille Marie (Finley) Nash.  She at­tended schools in Chinook and graduated from Chinook  High School in 1957.  She then at­tended the  Kinman  Business University.  On July 8, 1983, she married Gerald Greenly i n Rock Springs. For 20 years she was employed as a custodian with School  District #1, and retired in 1999.

  Her pursuits included camp­ing, reading, gardening, shop­ping and crocheting. She was a member of the Castlerock Camp­crs (Green River Chapter), and performed volunteer work for the Seedskadee Wildlife Refuge.

  Survivors include her hus­band Gerald of Rock Springs; her mother, Lucille Nash of Chi­nook; three sons, Joe Hiner Jr. and wife Kathy,  Wilford M. Hiner,  and  Timothy   Scott Batchelor, all of Rock Springs, WY; four daughters, Pattie Plo­vanie  and husband  Jerry  of Lewistown,   Glenna   (Hiner) Schaible of Kalispell, Victoria Gamper and husband Joe of Rock Springs, and Donna Kettering and husband George of Rock Springs; one brother, William "Bill" Nash of Post Falls, ID (formerly of Rock Springs); one sister,  Walline Campbell  and husband Cliff of Great Falls; 1 3 grandchildren; four great grand­children; two uncles and several nieces and nephews.

  She was preceded in death by her father, Wallace Nash.

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