Diane Marie Szewczuk Obit


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She was a homemaker and also she was employed with the Boat Factory, Fat Boys Restaurant, and the Oyster Bar.

Diane enjoyed bingo, feeding and watching birds, spending time with family and friends, football, but most of all she loved having her grandchildren around.

She is survived by her husband, Philip, of Spartansburg; three daughters, Penny Briggs of Corry, Pam Briggs of Corry, and Patty Scouten and her husband Larry of Spartansburg; three sons, Richard Fuller of Erie, Robert Fuller and his wife Jennifer of Spring Creek, and Frank Fuller of Corry; ten grandchildren, Steven, Jessica, Allyssa, Lillian, Saddie, Robi, Matt, Coty, Katelynn, and Melaine; several great grandchildren; five sisters, Suzie Baines of Union City, Betty PeQueen of Clymer, Mary Schneider and her husband Edward of Girard, Grace Munsee of Union City, and Brenda Gass of Union City; two brothers, Bob Kunselman and Sam Kunselman and his wife Debbie all of Crystal River, Florida; and many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents; and a sister, Nancy Webb.
Burial will take place in Evergreen Cemetery, Union City.

Please take a moment to share a memory or condolence with the family on Diane’s Book of Memories online at www.warrenglennfh.com