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Diane Karacia

Diane Elaine Karacia, age 68 of Germantown passed away June 6, 2021 at Kettering Health in Miamisburg. She was born to the late John M, Sr. and Juanita (Adams) Karacia in Dayton Ohio. Diane graduated from Valley View High School class of 1971, retired from Kmart Corporation, and was employed by The Kroger Company, Austin Landing location. Along with her parents, she was preceded in death by her brother John M. Karacia, Jr. She is survived by her sister Karen (Roger) Moyer, brother Michael (Peggy) Karacia, sister-in-law Pat Karacia and numerous extended family members, dear friends, and special niece Kara (Ed) Dierker and great niece Karlee (Nick) Burns. Services will be private with burial at Germantown Union Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions be made to the Germantown Rescue Squad, 75 N Walnut St. Germantown in memory of Diane.

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Diane was my own personal Kroger cashier--she knew me and my family and always greeted me like a close friend. I noticed she had not been to work lately and asked about her, once I was told of your passing I spent the next hour in my car grieving her loss. God Bless you Diane--Thank You for always being my friend and for all of those special 5 minute chats.

Scott Franz Jun 22 2021 12:00 AM

Prayers and gentle hugs to Dianes family and friends. She was an unique lady definitely a chip off the block of her mother Juanita! When you were with her no one knew what was coming next Diane loved knowing that her mother was loved and not forgotten! Rest In Peace sweet Diane and the next time I see you hopefully Ill be carrying it double sausage pizza just for you!

Debbie Ranson Jun 10 2021 12:00 AM

We were so sorry to hear of Diane's passing . We were always going through her line at Krogers and enjoyed talking to her . She would always tell people we were her friends. Our condolences to her family and to know that she is at peace and that she was a special person

Kenny & Brenda Johnson Jun 8 2021 12:00 AM

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