Diane Staton Quattlebaum, 64 of Lawrenceville passed away Thursday, September 29, 2011 after a 21 year battle with lung cancer. Diane is preceded in death by her parents Bill and Elizabeth Staton and brother David Staton. She is survived by her husband of 46 years, Randy Quattlebaum; daughters Brandy Swanson and her husband Greg, Kimberly Quattlebaum, Charity Boulton and her husband Michael; brother Gerald Bagley, grandchildren Brittany 18, Andrew 13, Brooke 12, Elizabeth 8, Sarah 6, Sophia 2 as well as many loving nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Winship Lung Cancer Fund, 1762 Clifton Rd. N.E. Ste. 1400 Atlanta, GA 30322-1710. A funeral service will be held on Saturday, October 1, 2011 at 4 o'clock at Campus Church of Christ in Lilburn with interment to follow at Gwinnett Memorial Park in Lawrenceville. Fellowship will follow the graveside service at Campus Church of Christ in the dining hall. The family will receive friends Friday from 5 o'clock until 8 o'clock at Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel, 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy, Lawrenceville, GA 30046, 770-277-4550.

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  1. Diane was a sweet angel of God and will be missed by many. She was an inspiration to us all. She got such joy out of beating Randy in Bowling. She will remain in our hearts always.

  2. We regret that we are not there to give you our condolences in person. Our good thoughts and prayers are with you all. May God give you the strength that you need in these coming days. Diane’s love of life, family and will to live will be with us always. The love and devotion shown to her by Randy and family will be an example to all of us as we face the future.

    God bless you all – Love Truett and Elaine Swanson

  3. We loved Diane so much and will miss her spirit and love of family. She has been an inspiration to us all. To know her was to love her. So glad Randy brought her into our family 46 years ago. Prayers for Randy, Brandy, Kim, Charity and Mimi’s grandchildren will continue.
    Love you all!

  4. Prayers are lifted for all of sweet Diane’s family. Her gentle, kind, thoughtful, and loving spirit will forever permeate the rooms of the Yarn Garden Knit Shop and all of her friends she made there. Her love goes on.

  5. Intrigued by Diane’s humor and determination; and grateful for her encouragement during my health challenge. May God bless her family.

  6. We will miss your smiling face at bowling, playing Bridge, and eating Mexican Food. We will always treasure the good memories.

    Our love to Randy and Family.

  7. Randy and family, Charles and I are praying for you during this time. Only time’s passing can ease your sorrow and your loss. Diane was an angel here on earth and we now know that she is in Heaven. I have known her since the 8th grade and I’ve never known a sweeter, more sincere,and caring person than she was. May God bless you and know that she will always be with you in your memories.

  8. Diane was much loved, will be greatly missed and never forgotten. May God comfort you and be ever so cloise to you as you experience her “homegoing”.

  9. What an encouragment Diane has been to me. She will be missed . We laughed a lot together over life and knitting mistakes.

  10. randy and family,

    i am so sorry about diane’s death. you all are in my prayers and thoughts.

    much love, sandy fredenburg mclendon

  11. Randy and family – we are heartly sorry for the loss of your dear Diane. She was a fine lady – we admired her spirit and the love she had for her family. We will miss her. God Bless you all.

  12. Randy and family: I use to work with Randy at Quebecor and bowl with Randy and Diane. I am so sorry to hear about Diane. She was a lovely person. She’s in a wonderful place and waiting for her loved ones to join her. My prayers are with you and the family.
    Eva Allen Guidry

  13. Randy & Family. Let me echo Gary McClure’s words, Diane was a joy to work with. I can still remember her correcting my poor spelling and doing her best to keep me out of trouble with the boss.

    Truly a class lady !

    God bless all of you

  14. Dear Randy and Family:

    I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. God be with you.

    Danna Kinard

  15. Randy and Family.
    What a privilege to be a friend of Diane. She has been such an inspiration to us all. One of our fondest memories was having her as one of our bowling buddies.
    Sincerely,
    Joe & Caroline

  16. Randy,Marge and I are sorry for your loss. We will always remember the good times both inside and ouside of the bowling alley.

  17. Randy, I am sending my sympathy and prayers to you and your family to let you know my heart goes out to you at this time of sadness. Diane was an inspiration to us in Bible Study Fellowship and will be greatly missed. May you be encouraged by God’s promise of hope and comfort.

  18. Olinda & Tony Rominger & family,
    Reba & Tony Bowman & family,
    We are sorry for your loss. Just found out on facebook.

  19. Sorry to hear of Dianes passing. I had met Diane through my mom Brenda Rees who also lost her fight with lung cancer in Feb. Diane was an inspiration to us. My heart goes out to you and your family.
    Tamra Tullos

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