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Dianne Shook (Trottier)

Dianne Shook (Trottier)It is with great sadness to announce the passing of Dianne(Shook)Trottier. Here is her obituary.

Obituary for R. Dianne Trottier
R. Dianne (Shook) Trottier, age 78 of Englewood, passed away on Tuesday, January 26, 2021. She had worked as a beautician for many years. Dianne enjoyed spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren.

She is survived by her sons: Daniel (Sandra) Trottier of Dayton, Gilles (Teri) Trottier of Englewood, grandchildren: Ashley, Jackson and Ryan Trottier, brother: Don (Jeanne) Shook of Springboro, special nieces: Amy (Tim) Metcalfe, Bethany (Michael) Schramm, brother-in-law: Pierre (Danielle) Trottier of Canada, other nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband: Guy Trottier, parents: Donald and Ruth (Weglage) Shook and granddaughter: Megan Trottier.

A walk-through visitation will be held from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Monday, February 1, 2021 at the Kindred Funeral Home (400 Union Blvd., Englewood). Private Services will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. with Rev. Jay McMillen officiating. Interment will follow the service at Dayton Memorial Park. If desired, memorial contributions may be made to Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the family asks that you please wear a mask and maintain social distancing. To view the service for Dianne and leave an online condolence, please visit www.KindredFuneralHome.com

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01/29/21 11:33 AM #1    

Jerry Nelson

Sorry to hear of Dianne's passing.  I had several English classes with her and thought she was a very good person and a fine representative of Colonel White.  Dianne is a great personification of how students and citizens should conduct themselves,  She was always a friendly person and will be missed.

Jerry Nelson


01/29/21 01:01 PM #2    

John Jett

When I first moved to Dayton in 1956, I got a Daily News paper route and Diane's family lived on Norman Ave.I delivered their paper to their home, That's how I met Diane. I remember seeing her at all the Dayton Gems Hockey games, That's where she met Guy Trottier, one heck of a good Hockey player. 

I would like to express my Sorrow at her passing. I've never forgotten her and probably nevver will.Gone to soon.


01/29/21 04:12 PM #3    

Wynne Wessel (Williams)

So sorry to read of Dianne's passing, she was always so nice to me. With Dianne's passing we have lost another cherished classmate and another memory of our youth gone forever. Rest in our Lord's Arms Dianne

 


01/29/21 05:08 PM #4    

Judith Ross

Rest In Peace, dear Dianne.

Dianne was a constant attendee at our Friday lunch bunch events and if we can ever start them up again, will be missed. She always said her claim to fame was her deviled eggs and we finally got to taste them at our Friday picnic last September. Yum.

Dianne had a "gift of the gab" so you could always count on her for a chat. She was always ready to lend a helping hand.

I have known Dianne since third grade and just hate to say goodbye. So, see you later. 


01/29/21 06:09 PM #5    

Photini Stamas (Fote)

I knew Dianne back in school but must admit I really got to know her better through our monthly luncheons in these later (much later) years of our lives.   What fun we had these last years........discussing everything from our kids and grandkids to travels, of course our aches and pains, etc.   Dianne was so easy to talk with and we sure enjoyed that we had these special times before covid!  I can speak for many when I say we have missed this so much.   Personally, I will miss Dianne very much and our chats at lunch or wherever and will remember her for her sweet and quiet ways. Alex and I extend our deepest sympathy to her family and we pray her memory is eternal.........🙏


01/30/21 12:03 AM #6    

Floyd Winterbotham

Dianne and i started school together at E.J.Brown in kindergarden. She was a very  sweet  little girl who turned into sweet lady to a beautiful woman. I have some great memories especailly  when i would see her at the dayton gems hockey games.. for those who dont know she married the best player who ever played for the Gems who went on to play for the toronto NhlL team and was one of stars. I will mis her and may she rest in peace.


01/30/21 09:31 AM #7    

Barb Mould (Young)

Like Judith and Floyd, I knew Dianne Shook from E.J. Brown School days.  When I retrieve old class photos, I recall the shiny halls, principals Isabelle Tole and Fred Ramsey, field day, sitting in a chair in the hallway for some infraction, our dedicated teachers, fun classmates and lots of laughter in learning. Those were fromative years and there are good memories of Dianne.


01/30/21 11:50 AM #8    

Kaaren Bodiker (Dunlap)

It was such a shock to learn about the passing of Dianne.  She was such a vibrant and cheerful person.  I got to know her better at the CW luncheons.  Sh was interested in our friends Warren and Mary Rose Back.  Warren was the coach of the Dayton Gems.  The Trottier's and Back's were good friends. The Back's had recently moved to Colorado.  We will all certainly miss Dianne.  Our sympathy to her family.  May she Rest In Peace.

Kaaren Dunlap


01/30/21 03:03 PM #9    

Mark Tepping

As each of us departs this world it allows us to remember the great times we had when we were a lot younger. Dianne was clearly a class act and I always enjoyed conversations with her. She represented the best of CWHS. What I did not know that she was married to Guy Trottier. I used to love to watch him play and didn't know they were married. All my best to her family. Rest in Peace Dianne


01/30/21 05:57 PM #10    

Sue Bashore (Gatling)

So sorry we have lost another classmate. My condolences to Dianne's family. She was such a nice person and to everyone..  May she rest in peace.        Sue


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