Diane Scheresky

Diane Scheresky

June 5, 1941 – December 7, 2021

Diane L. Scheresky born June 5. 1941 to David and Frieda Radomski in Minot ND and was the oldest of 6 children. She passed on December 7, 2021 in Velva, ND at the age of 80.

She graduated in 1959 from Velva High School and in 1979 graduated with a LPN degree from the Trinity School of Nursing. There she worked at the hospital on the surgery floor and dialysis unit for nearly 20 years.

Diane lived with her husband, Jim of 63 years, on the family farm out side of Max ND where they raised their 7 children. In 2018 because of Jim’s health, they relocated to College Place, WA. The summer of 2021 they returned home to ND and settled into Velva for additional care for Jim.

Diane enjoyed her time on the farm growing a large garden and tending to her many flowerbeds.  She loved to sew, quilt, photography and gather her family for meals no matter the occasion. She and Jim hosted many church, community organizations and neighborhood picnics during the summer months.

Her love of animals brought many critters home during the years including deer, raccoon, rabbits, and always talked about skunks but thankfully it never happened. All delighted her grandchildren who loved spending time on the farm with her which is captured by the many photo albums she made.

Diane is survived by her husband Jim, Children; Carmen (Rick) Grimm, Max, Shannon (Mike) Kittleson, Apache Junction, AZ, Teresa (Eric) Funk, Murfreesboro, TN, Cheryl (Curtis) Evanenko, Walla Walla, WA, Sonny (Missy) Scheresky, Max, Wally (Karla) Scheresky, Garrison, Michael (Rachelle) Scheresky, Minot.  She had15 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Brothers; Gary (Teri) Radomski, Apple Valley, MN, Darrel (Elie) Radomski, Mandan, Sister, Carolyn Aaseth, Casa Grande, AZ.

Her family will be holding a celebration of life services for Diane at a later time when she can be surrounded by the garden flowers she enjoyed so much.

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