Dianne L. Kiner, 72, of Gardners, died
on Sunday, January 20, 2013, at Sarah A. Todd Memorial Home, Carlisle. She was born on Sunday, March 17, 1940, in Carlisle,
a daughter of the late Clarence A. and Alda V. (Prowell) Stough and was the widow of Clyde S. Kiner, who died January 22,
after 20 years of service from the former Lear Corporation in Carlisle. She also worked part-time in the cafeteria at Rice
Elementary School in South Middleton School District. Dianne earned her G.E.D. from Carlisle High School at the age of 52.
She enjoyed making quilts and especially loved spending time with her grandchildren. She was a faithful member of Uriah United
Methodist Church in Gardners. Dianne was a loving mother and dedicated wife, who will be deeply missed by her family.
Dianne is survived by her three sons; Alan L. Kiner (and his wife, Amy), Lincoln
Kiner (and his wife, Kelly) and Clinton S. Kiner, her daughter, Judy Kiner-Smith (and her husband, Warren), all of Gardners,
her brother, David Stough of Carlisle, her sister, Nancy Driscoll of Gardners, 11 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and
many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Vicki Kiner in 1975, six brothers; Amos, Richard, Clarence,
Donald, Glenn and Lloyd Stough and three sisters; Beatrice Clever, Reba McBride and Jeanne Stough.
Funeral services will be held on Thursday, January 24, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. in
the Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, 630 S. Hanover St., Carlisle. Rev. Jeff Canacamp and Rev. Kevin Hughes will officiate. Burial
will be in Mt. Holly Springs Cemetery. A viewing will be held on Thursday from 9:00 a.m. until time of the services at the
funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to Alzheimer’s Association, 3544 N. Progress Ave., Suite 205, Harrisburg,
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I work with Dianne at Lear.She was a wounder full lady.
Dianne may u RIP and God Bless
family in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Your mother will be missed she was a wonderful person I enjoyed
being in her company. Have faith in the Lord and keep all of your wonderful memories close at heart.
God Bless the family in the time of great loss..Dianne
was a wonderful lady who devoted a lot of her life to help raise her grandchildren...may God take her in his arms and until
we meet again...
Dianne was one of the sweetest ladies I ever worked with, using the word lady use the ultimate complement
for her, not many ladies in a textile factory. She was my assistant many nights and we had alot of fun. She is in a better
place and I am a better person for working and knowing her.
So sorry for your loss, I worked with your Mother at Lear in the backtreating dept, she was a great person,
very caring, hard working and she always talked about her Family which she Loved very much.
Al & Amy, I only knew your Mom briefly when I met her in the mid 70's. I always
felt her motherly love and remember her laugh. Although she will be truely missed, I wanted you to know that she is now in
the confort of her new home with the Lord,my mother, all the children from Sandy Hook, her brothers, and your sister. My sincere
sympathy to you and your family.
Angel (Carpenter) Stone
thoughts and prayers are with the entire family. Dianne was a wonderful person who looked forward to a big hug whenever she
saw either Joan or me.
Al, Spike And Lincoln,
I am sorry for the loss of your mom I always enjoyed working with her.
Michael (earl) FENTON
We love you aunt Jack. Give uncle Clyde a big hug for us. Our thoughts
and prayers are with you all.
Wayne & Slenia Kiner
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