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1956 Dianne 2020

Dianne Petzold

January 10, 1956 — April 6, 2020

Written by Dianne...

On January 10, 1956 I was born to Donald and Virginia (Seddon) Jensen.

I am the middle child between Nancy and Larry, Laurie and Terry.

On July 25, 1976, I became the wife of Ken Petzold.

I have been extremely blessed by my three children, Jenelle (Jared) Parks, Bradley (Mary) Petzold, and Jonathan Petzold.

I have been exuberantly blessed by my grandchildren!!! Joah, Enoch, Cavah, Kyra, Isabelle, Annika, Micaiah, Lilian, Deanna, Asa, Eliana, Simeon, Malachi, Ezra, Isaiah, Jana, Jedidiah, and Ozzie.

Through the years we've lived in Millington, Germany, Millington, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Millington. Now Heaven!!

Jesus died for my sins. I get to live with Him for eternity. Hallelujah!!!

Written by Ken Petzold…

Dianne Lynn Jensen Petzold was a humble and loving daughter, sister, wife, aunt and grandmother.

Wherever Dianne lived she always had a smile for others, especially those who often weren’t smiled upon. Her love for Jesus showed in her work, in her service to others and in the way she helped the helpless.

Dianne will be remembered as a lady that would sacrifice her time, her treasures and her talents for others, never seeking a reward for the many kind acts she willingly gave.

As in her life, so in her death, Dianne wishes God’s Word to be shared to the ends of the Earth. Memorials can be given through a donation to Gideon’s International at www.gideons.org

Services for Diane will be private and a public celebration of her life will be held at a later date.

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