Diane Elliott Duncan, 76 of Vero Beach Florida passed away on August 4, 2022.
Diana was born November 13, 1945 in Cincinnati Ohio to Ewert and Alene Harris Elliott. She had been a resident of Vero Beach for 40 years, coming from Louisville Kentucky. Prior to her passing she worked at Osceola Pharmacy for nearly 20 years.
She enjoyed going to the arcades and was always trying for her chance to win the big jackpot.
Diana was preceded in death by her parents and her older sister Linda Elliott Riedley.
She is survived by her husband John Duncan; son Jay Duncan; grandson Jacob; granddaughters Makenzie and Myla Grace and her sister Trudy Elliott Jackson. She also left many nieces, nephews and cousins that loved her dearly.
A celebration of her life will be held at a later date.
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