Diane Arlene (Dalton) Sisk

Born: Wed., Apr. 18, 1945
Died: Mon., Sep. 1, 2014


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Diane Arlene Sisk

Pendleton, OR

 

Diane was born on April 18, 1945, in Pendleton at Community Hospital to Elmo and Bea Dalton of Pilot Rock.  She died on Monday, September 1, 2014, at the age of 69 at Regency Hermiston Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Hermiston, OR.  She was raised in Pilot Rock, OR.  She graduated from Pilot Rock High School in 1963.  She graduated from Pendleton Beauty College in 1971.  She owned her own hair salon called Classic Cuts until 1984 in Pendleton, OR.  She lived in Pendleton for over 40 years.  She married Pat Younce on December 23, 1963.  She married Ed Sisk on February 14, 1983.  Her interests included painting, arts and crafts, sewing, rock collecting, gardening and bird watching.  She loved animals.  She liked to donate to the interests of animal welfare.

Diane died battling a rare form of cancer (cancer of the blood vessels) and pneumonia.  Diane was preceded in death by both her parents Elmo and Bea Dalton.  Diane is survived by her husband Ed Sisk; her two sons Todd Younce of WA, and Troy Younce of Pendleton, OR; her three step sons Brian Sisk of WA, Jerrod Blagg of La Grande, OR, and Colby Blagg of Portland, OR; her three grandchildren Shawn Younce of WA, Soncee Younce of WA, and Scott Younce of WA; her brother David Dalton of NV; her sister Betty White of Boise, ID; and her sister Nancy Simpson of Portland, OR, including her nieces and nephews. 

A donation in memory of Diane may be made to PAWS (Pendleton Animal Welfare Shelter) at (541)276-0181.

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Monica Powell (Watkins/ Hatley)
   Posted Thu September 04, 2014
Diane was a true friend to me in high school. A true friend does not come into your life many times but she was one.

Gary Chamberlin
   Posted Thu September 04, 2014
So many long-ago good High School memories of Diane. My condolence goes out to all the family. Peace.

Jim & Glenda Beldin
   Posted Fri September 05, 2014
We were so very sorry to hear the news of Diane's passing. She was a friend all through school. We will always remember her beautiful smile.

Virginia Beebe
   Posted Fri September 05, 2014
I went to school in Pilot Rock from mid-fourth grade to mid seventh grade. For some reason Diane face stands out in my mind. I knew as soon as I saw her picture in the obit, I knew her, so yes I read about her life and god taking her. If our family had stayed in Pilot Rock I would have graduated with her. Rest in peace Diane and maybe you her family feel god's arms around you as you remember the good times and the love of Diane all around you today.

Joyce Adkinson Oakley
   Posted Sun September 07, 2014
Diane, being one year ahead of me, was like a big sister to me. Her younger sister, Nancy, was my friend and classmate. May Diane's family know how special she was to many of us. Diane, rest in peace. May God bless her family and grant them peace.

eleventh hour warrior
   Posted Fri September 19, 2014
We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our hearts and prayers.

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