Diana J. Derasmo
October 4, 1937 - May 4, 2023
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Diana J. Derasmo, of West Long Branch, entered the Church Triumphant on Thursday, May 4, 2023. She was 85 years old. Born in Long Branch, New Jersey, Diana was the daughter of the late Joseph and Helen Smith Boynton. Diana was raised in West Long Branch with her two brothers and a graduate of Long …
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Gina left a message on October 21, 2023:
I miss you so much... it's been a tough few weeks without you here thia month and I hope you know I have been here visiting you a LOT. Happy Birthday and Happy Anniversary. 😘😇🥰🥲
Gina left a message on July 28, 2023:
Gina left a message on June 21, 2023:
I cannot believe how much I miss you... and that you've been gone for what seems like so long right now. It hurts sooo much. We are trying our best to take good care of dad, just like you would if you were here. ❤️ you mom!
Mark Derasmo left a message on May 12, 2023:
Mom, you were always our Rock of Gibraltar! You taught us how to love and trust and see people how they truly are. I miss you so much but I want you to know that I will always love you and will always keep your memory alive. I promise you, Rick, Gina and I will be that rock of Gibraltar for Dad! I miss you. God bless you mom!
Gina left a message on May 11, 2023:
Mom, as I am sitting on the bench in front of you, I am overwhelmed with sadness, missing you so much already. Dad gave you the absolute BEST send off. He just loves you SOOOOO much. I hope Joan was waiting for you with lots of "leftovers!"
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Phyllis Cieri left a message on May 11, 2023:
In fond remembrance, and with our deepest sympathies, from your friends and classmates, Long Branch High School, Class of 1955.
Millie Ricci left a message on May 10, 2023:
Condolences to Diana"s family. We worked for Bam"s /Macy"s for many years when Diana handled entire payroll office and I was in Shoe Department.Both Departments had a lot to handle. She worked very hard on doing the best job with many headaches involved. Thank her fondly for making sure everyone was paid correctly ! Love Millie Ricci LBHS Class of 1952.
Lila Richards left a message on May 10, 2023:
Gina, Fred and family and dear friend and co-worker, Diana: I will always remember how kind Diana was to me when I first started working at CCMCo in 1998. Diana helped me through some very tough days as I had lost my husband shortly after starting to work there. I am still employed part-time but miss Diana's smiling face when I come to work and look into her old office. Diana always had words of wisdom to share and I'll never forget how she comforted me when I lost my Shi-Tzu Bernice. Diana will be sorely missed but it is comforting for me to know that she is with our Lord and in a better place. I miss you terribly my friend. Sincerely, Lila "D"
REAGAN BERGER left a message on May 10, 2023:
Dear Diana, I truly respected you and admired your work ethic. You held ius all accountable to show up to work everyday as you should have. But you also made everyone smile and laugh with your funny sense of humor. You would put me at ease when I couldn't come in to wotk because my kids were home sick. Your kind heart and words of wisdom always made me feel better. I already dearly missed your presence at work and will always remember the impact you made on me. I pray you know how much you meant to me and so many others. With love and admiration, Reagan Berger
Lillian Kirk left a message on May 9, 2023:
So sorry for your loved one's loss.
Phyllis Cieri left a message on May 8, 2023:
Di, you were the first big girl person I was able to cross Oceanport Ave to come play with you. We managed K-12 together. Seems like eons ago but guess it was. RIP my dear friend.
Carol Stansbury left a message on May 8, 2023:
Fred, Gina, Chris, Amanda & families, I am so sorry to hear of Diana's passing. She was a wonderful co-worker and teacher to me at CCMCO. My God give you all the strength and courage in the following days in you lives. Rest in peace Diana.
Gina Fyfe left a message on May 7, 2023:
Mom... I've started this message 4x today but couldn't finish it. After sitting to look at your life through pictures, I am seeing more and more what a wonderful life you lived. Dad keeps telling everyone what a great woman you were and still are. We LOVE listening to him tell stories about how you met and when you were dating... his face lights up when he does. You two set the best example of love and marriage for your children and grandchildren; we all strive to follow your example. I've learned so much from you, things I will cherish all my life. I miss you like CrAzY but am so happy that you are in a place now where you can get up, walk around and be happy, watching over us all with no sadness or pain... I am glad you were able to leave on your terms... we all love you so much! 💗
Kim Williams left a message on May 7, 2023:
Thank you for everything. I'll forever love you.
Alexis left a message on May 7, 2023:
We love and miss you Nanny ♥️
Cindy Ferrara left a message on May 6, 2023:
Diana, you were one of the most amazing, caring, brave and spunky lady's I've ever known. I'll always remember your kindness and all the help you gave me at CCMCO. You will be so missed, Fly with the angels sweet lady. You're FREE!! XXXOOOO
Amanda Moyer left a message on May 6, 2023:
Love you so much Nanny ❤️
Nadia left a message on May 6, 2023:
Dayana meant a special person, and in a short time she meets a woman with strong character but with a heart full of love and nobility, I thank God for giving me the opportunity to take care of her and be able to be with her. During that time I could see in her and in her husband Fred, the true marriage that God wants, in health and in illness.. thank you for making me feel part of her family and her heart, she will always be in my memories.. may God bless you all and fill you with strength to continue, with the assurance that Dayana is in a wonderful place... blessings
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