Diana Meyer

Obituary of Diana Lynn Meyer

We are heartbroken to announce the death of Diana Lynn Meyer-Arnold. Diana passed away on February 4th, 2023 at her home in Eaton, CO.

Diana was born on November 20th, 1969, in Greeley, CO. Diana was raised by her grandparents, Charles and Darlene Crawford, and was brought up in the Greeley Christian Church. She attended Dayspring Christian School, Heath Junior High, and Greeley Central High School.

She married Tom Arnold in February 2015, and worked for Steve Rutz for 30 years at CoolCare. She was very creative and loved working on sewing, her rose garden, and multiple other crafts, as well as dancing and riding motorcycles. Diana was a Gold Spur member for the Greeley Stampede as well as belonged to Ducks Unlimited. She was kind and generous, but all that knew her knew that she was a force to be reckoned with when needed. She had her grandmother's strength, and her grandfather's social personality. Like her grandfather, Diana never met a stranger.

Diana is survived by her four children; Amanda (Randy) Holbeck, Kimber Meyer, Hans Meyer, and Taylor Meyer; by her grandchildren; Naomi, Quentin, Krystalynn, Kaydence, Travis, Joseph, Adalynn, Khloe, Spencer, and Aspen. She also leaves behind a brother Richard (Kim) Gaines, sisters Melissa (Gene) Wortley and Danielle Crawford; her Aunts Patricia Bozarth, Lola (Jerry) Clayton, Dona (Mark) Landrum and Uncle Michael (Sherri) Crawford, as well as nieces, nephews, and cousins. Dwaine Durham was often called Diana's "surrogate dad".

Diana was preceded in death by her beloved grandparents Darlene and Charles Crawford, her grandson Jaxson, nephew Timothy Gaines, and her uncle Bill Bozarth.

Diana will be greatly missed, and she will always hold a special place in our hearts.

Second Corinthians, 5:8: To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord.

Arrangements are pending, updates forthcoming.

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