Diana Lynn Morency, 69, of Vero Beach, Florida, passed away November 26, 2019 at VNA Hospice House.
She was born November 18, 1950 in Owosso, Michigan and had been a resident of Vero Beach for 33 years, coming from Hollywood, FL.
Ms. Morency loved pit-bulls and training dogs and horses.
She leaves her memories to be cherished by her daughter, Angela Austin-Knight and her fiance, Charles Terry of Vero Beach; brothers, John (Diane) Nourse of Dunnellon, FL and Mark (Rhonda) Nourse of Michigan; sister, Kelly Stevens of Michigan; granddaughter, Alyssa Austin of Vero Beach; grandsons, Jonathan King of Port Saint Lucie, FL and Jaxen King of Port Saint Lucie. She was predeceased by her husband, Clement Morency in 2015.
At the request of the family, there will be no services.
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