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Diana Kyger

Diana Lynn Kyger

Saturday, August 9th, 1958 - Sunday, July 21st, 2019
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Obituary

Diana Lynn Kyger, age 60, left this world on July 21, 2019 at Mercy Hospital in Springfield, Missouri after a short illness.

Diana was born on August 9, 1958 in Casa Grande, Arizona, the daughter of Harold Fisher and Violet Leavitt.

She was married to Danny Ray and had two daughters, Elisha Wood of Springfield, Missouri, and April Lewis of North Carolina. Diana then married John Kyger and had one daughter, Casey Ruble of Springfield, Missouri.

She worked as a waitress and then later worked in a dry-cleaning store.

Diana was preceded in death by her father, Harold Fisher.

Other survivors include her mother, Violet Leavitt of Springfield, Missouri; three sisters, Sheila Ridpath and her husband Frank of Hollister, Missouri, Debbie Tracy and her husband Cecil of Springfield, Missouri, Lisa Leavitt of Springfield, Missouri; one brother, Hal Fisher and his wife Charlene of Yucca, Arizona; seven grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

Diana wishes were to be cremated. No memorial services are planned at the present time.

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Sherrymaggard

Posted at 07:55am
Diane and I have known each other for about 25 years, many times we spoke of God and our beliefs. Diane was a believer and lived Jesus and was a good hearted person and loved Jesus. Diane will be missed and I know one day we will be joined together again.
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