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“I didn't know her well, but I did get the honor to work side by side with her for several weeks. She made my life much easier by sharing her...Read More »
1 of 3 | Posted by: Dan Fandrich (GySgt Ret) - Vernal, UT

“I worked with Diana from 1995 to 1999 at the 29 Palms Marine Corps Base and found her to be a lovely lady and a joy to work with, I was very sorry...Read More »
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Diana Lynn Seniguar, 44
Loving mother, MCCS accountant

Diana Lynn Seniguar, a longtime resident of Twentynine Palms, passed away on Saturday, Jan, 1, 2011, at the age of 44. Diana was born Dec. 12, 1966, in Canoga Park to Betty and Victor Costa.

She attended Royal High School in Simi Valley and graduated in 1985.

Diana’s life would seem too short to many, but those who knew her understood that the quality of her existence far exceeded the quantity of time in which she lived. Her beautiful smile, loving nature and sense of humor brought so much joy to our family.

Diana was employed for 23 years as a brilliant accountant for the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center under MCCS. While diligently working so many years on the base, Diana became a constant embodiment in the Accounting Office, meeting and befriending numerous individuals who have stayed in Twentynine Palms and also moved away, friendships worldwide being the outcome.

“Dee” appreciated many things in life but most of all, she enjoyed spending time and laughing with her family and friends. Being the devoted mother she was, she often helped and volunteered with various organizations her son participated in, proving what an avid parent she was. Diana had recently found joy in this world after becoming an active member of Joshua Springs Calvary Chapel.

Diana is survived by her one and only son, Alex Seniguar, who loved her more than the world could ever comprehend; her parents, Victor and Betty Costa of Tehachapi; grandmother Isabella Stutzka; sister and brother-in-law Deborah and Rick Ramirez; niece Jennifer Ramirez; nephew Brian Ramirez; and her adorable pet cat, Chica.

I Miss You So Much It Hurts Mom, But Will Forever and Always Be Your Beautiful Boy…

I Love You Mom ; )

Services are pending and arrangements are being made with Wiefels Twentynine Palms Mortuary.