Dioro was an angel. Now she’s an Angel.

A message from Jesse Boisseau:

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September 15, 1934 – December 17th, 2015

Dear Friends, It is with a heavy heart that I tell you our sweet Nona and Dioro has transitioned to the other side. She passed peacefully this morning (December 17th, 2015) around 6:25 a.m. Her presence, warmth and wisdom were soothing for so many, and the comments by all of you have meant so much to us. She was a wonderful mother, wife, friend, counselor and person.

I love you, mom, as did all your family and wonderful friends. I am honored to have been her son. We are all better for having had her in our lives.

In lieu of flowers, we would so appreciate everyone considering a donation to Community Hospice. These wonderful people took such good, gentle and loving care of mom at home and in their beautiful facility in Fort Worth. They are truly angels here on earth.

I don’t have to tell you what a kick they got out of meeting and knowing Dioro. She is one of a kind! You can donate at https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=079f86 (click picture below) or send a check to Community Hospice, 6100 Western Place, Fort Worth, Texas 76107

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Loving Comments From Her Friends and Family.

Some of the comments on Dioro’s Facebook page:

Susan Fitzgerald‎
December 25, 2015 at 12:17pm ·

Remembering our sweet Dioro who inspired so many of us for many years. She may be gone but never ever forgotten. I know that she is sharing her love in heaven. She is a beautiful angel. We will cherish our wonderful memories of time shared with Dioro.

Kimberly Boisseau
December 19, 2015 at 12:37am ·

December 17th. Yesterday I lost my Nona, my grandmother. My heart aches knowing that she won’t be there anymore to go “shoot the shit” with or listen to her incredible life stories. She had the kindest soul and was more open minded than anyone I knew. Truly the most interesting person I have ever met. And I had the honor of being her granddaughter! Or, as she would always call me, Amorè mia, her little love. I know she’s Home now, with everyone she loves who we lost too soon, Grandpa Jack, Uncle Jay, even my Little Nona (my great-grandmother), and if I know my Nona, I know she’s kicking up a Hell of a good time making everyone laugh and smile!
And although I’ll never stop missing my Nona; my friend, my mentor, my soul-sister, I know that her love and wisdom will continue to guide us all, me my family her friends and clients and to anyone else who was lucky enough to cross paths with her in their journey. She was an amazing woman, and will truly be missed by all. I love you Nona.
“Let Go, Let God”

Lorna Nickel‎
December 18, 2015 at 1:28pm ·

Dioro, I’ll miss you & your friendship/wisdom here physically yet having been received in your Heavenly Home, you’ll still be near. Love you

Carolyn Bridges Arceneaux‎
December 17, 2015 at 4:35pm ·

I’ll miss you Dioro and will never forget all you taught me! ! You were such an amazing person and friend! ! You helped me through so many tough times and always made me see the positive in every situation! Thank you for everything! You will be greatly missed!! All my love to you and your family!

Cenay Nailor
December 17, 2015 at 8:32pm

The earth is a sadder place without Dioro’s beautiful and peaceful presence. But heaven just got a little bit brighter thanks to her sparkling wit, inner peace and wonderful outlook. The Boisseau’s one and all have had an impact on my life, and who I am today. Dioro, you will be missed. Jesse and Mendy, my thoughts and prayers to you for the strength to get to the other side of grief, where thoughts of her bring smiles, not tears. Love you both.

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