Diane Dorothy Arteaga

Diane Dorothy Arteaga

Diane Dorothy Arteaga

December 06, 1959~August 24, 2021

Diane Dorothy Arteaga was born in Mt. Pleasant PA on 12-6-1959. Diane was one of fourteen children. Diane grew up loving music from artists such as John Denver. In her early adult life, she moved to Ocala Florida where she met the love of her life, Arturo Arteaga Sr. They were together for over 40 years and had three sons, Arturo Jr., Alberto, and Alan. Diane was a kind and loving person who accepted everyone. She truly believed we are all God’s children and didn’t judge anyone. Diane had a love for animals, she often had several pets of which she treated like her own children. She loved snowmen and she couldn’t wait for Christmas so she could display her snowmen pictures and Knick Knacks. Diane enjoyed arts and crafts, she took great joy in making pictures, jewelry, and anything else that came to her mind. Diane had two grandchildren, Elias and Isla (Eye-la) Arteaga who were her world, she loved them with every piece of her heart and wanted to spend as much time with them and spoil them as much as possible. She loved making picture collages with them and making them their own personal bracelets. She always let them have whatever they wanted. Whether it be toys, treats or games, if they wanted it she would do what she could to make sure they had it. Diane was truly a one-of-a-kind person who was loved by many and who’s love and kindness will be truly missed.

Diane Arteaga was preceded in death by her father, William Copeland Sr., Brothers, David and Bobby Copeland, Sister, Brenda Copeland, and her son Arturo Arteaga Jr.

Diane is survived by her mother, Flora Copeland, her husband, Arturo Arteaga Sr., her sons, Alberto and Alan Arteaga, daughter in law Iliana Arteaga, grandchildren, Elias and Isla (Eye-la) Arteaga, brother, Billy and sisters, Thelma, Sally, Marty, Robin, Amy, Becky, Sharon, Karen, and Dottie.

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Amy Forehand

September 1, 2021, 10:35 pm

You had a heart of gold and would do anything for anyone. When we were younger, whatever you did, I did. Whatever you liked, I liked! I’ll always remember our little talks and the times we spent listening to music over the phone together!
I’ll always be your “little shadow”

Karen bradley

September 1, 2021, 11:46 pm

Going to miss you sis. From the cabin trip the trip to pa you went with me. To all the fun times we had when we was kids. I love and miss you so much. Give dad and Artie a hug from me.

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