Belia, Dianne Eileen (Yalonis)
Dianne Eileen Belia, age 64 of Garland, Texas, passed away on Friday, September 11th, 2015, after a long battle with cancer.
She was born in Cleveland Ohio, on May 5, 1951. She lived in Rowlett and Garland Texas and worked as a Tax Professional for most of her career.
Dianne loved to travel, cook (especially for holidays), visit friends, and to care for her plants and garden. She was a loving wife and mother who put family above all else. Dianne was a consummate Tax professional who loved her job and always looked to the best interests of her clients. Dianne had a unique ability to burst the bubble of the pretentious and applaud the actions of the sincere.
Survivors include her husband of 43 years, Terry Belia, and son, Matthew, of Garland Texas. Other surviving family members include mother, Eileen Yalonis of Cleveland Ohio, sister Kathleen Renzi, and her husband Mario of N. Myrtle Beach. S.C. and brother Christopher Yalonis of San Francisco, CA. She was preceded in death by her father, Albert Yalonis.
Her life will be celebrated with a private service at N. Dallas Funeral Home on Monday, September 14, 2015.
Memorial contributions can be made to the American Cancer Society. For online condolences, please visit: http://northdallasfuneralhome.com/obituary/.
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I am so sorry for your great loss. She Will Be Missed By All.
Dianne was the sweetest, most caring, thougtful people I was proud to call my friend. May wonderful memories of her bring comfort to Terry, Matthew, & all of her family & friends.
We are sorry for this very sad loss. You guys are in our prayers. Aunt Diane will be missed but the happy memories will stay with us forever. Sending lots of love.
Dianne was such a great friend. She would do anything for her friends. Cindy Aldredge, Dianne, myself had GREAT time living on Morningside. I would catch Dianne in my kitchen scrubbing my tile floor with a toothbrush. lol Dianne was a cleaner. She loved her flowers & the “Fly Killer” parties at Halloween. Some crazy fun times. Dianne I love you, and know your watching over your family & friends.
The Grace of Our Lord JESUS Christ, and the love of GOD, and the fellowship of the Holy Ghost, be with us all, evermore. Amen
Very sorry for your loss.
We only met Dianne once, but immediately liked her very much because she was such a sweet lady. We were hoping and praying that she would recover, but have to have faith that she is now completely healed and with the Lord. We pray that her family and friends get through this difficult time and find comfort in faith.
Our prayers are with Dianne and her family,
Steve and Sherry Phillips