Opal Fenn Diamanti was born Jan. 22, 1918 to Albert Bert Fenn and Myrtle Fairchild Fenn died June 20, 2013.
God saw that you were tired and said "Opal come with me, I have a rose garden I know you would love to see."
Opal was an elegant hard working Lady, her one object in life was to make everything as nice as it could be for her family. She kept her home, her yard, her family and herself always looking their best. Her award winning yard included 35 rose bushes nurtured for more than fifty years. Her home had a style an interior decorator would envy. She was a gourmet cook, a meticulous house keeper and her personal style and appearance caused friends and neighbors to describe her as a beautiful and elegant lady. Her favorite past-time was Ballroom Dancing and she was a champ.
She leaves behind a wonderful son, Stan J. Diamanti Jr; a loving and caring daughter, Sandra, who took wonderful care of her; granddaughter Penelope Alderson and twin sons; grandson Stan Scott, wife Angela, and four children; granddaughters Melani and Athena; numerous great and great-great grandchildren; her sweet sisters Alberta Juliano and Ora Magann; and her dear friend Karl Kraync, who was like a son, sending her frequent greeting cards for years that always brighten her day.
She is preceded in death by parents; loving and dancing husband of fifty years Stan; three sisters Elva Webb, Lavor Rowley, Betty Elliot; four brothers Thomas Alma Fenn, Richard Odell Fenn, James Boyd Fenn and Robert Jay Fenn.
We will always miss your shining eyes and million dollar smile!
At her request there will be no service, only a family grave side memorial at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to Mitchell Funeral Home of Price where friends are always welcome daily and may share memories of Opal online at www.mitchellfuneralhome.net.
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January 28, 2014
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