Dianna Lynn Boughan

March 30, 1948 - November 6, 2020
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Dianna Lynn Boughan, age 72 of Waynesfield, passed at 7:36 a.m., Friday, November 6, 2020 at Lima Memorial Health Care. She was born March 30, 1948 in Lima, to the late Richard ‘Dick’ and Mabel Hicks Gass.

Dianna never met a stranger, loved to visit and help others. She will be remembered for her big smile, warm heart and her love for life.

Survivors include a daughter – Billie Jo Boughan of Lima; a son – Larry C. (Denise) Miller, Jr. of Wapakoneta; a granddaughter – Amber Lynn Phalen (Richard) Warren; 6 grandchildren – Miahlynn Sinthalaphone, Aiko Hayes, Gloria Hayes, John Warren, Paul Warren, and Clare Warren; 2 brothers – Rick Gass of Lima; Donnie Gass of Lima; Judy Harris of Lima; and Joan Smith of IN.

She was preceded in death by a great grandchild – Charles Warren; a brother – Mike Gass and 2 former husbands – Larry C. Miller, Sr. and Bucky Boughan.

A celebration of life will be held in March 2021.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given in honor of Dianna, to Bayliff & Son Funeral Home.

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Born: March 30, 1948
Died: November 6, 2020

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Tonia K Johnston posted on 11/10/20

Had some great times with your Mom and Dad! So sad....time marches on and one day, we will all reunite and laugh again, together!


Tony anderson posted on 11/10/20

Sorry sis. She’s in a better place than this world is right now. Love you.


Kim Heitkamp posted on 11/10/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I have tons of memories of Dianna. She loved everyone and always had her arms open for a hug. She will be missed by many. RIH


Irene F, Catobius posted on 11/9/20

My sincere, heartfelt sympathy goes out to you, Billie Jo, and all the family in your time of grief. Try to remember that she is in a better place, feeling no pain (I know, it doesn't work for me either). We are the ones feeling the pain of losing a loved one and I know nothing I can say will take that pain away for you. I wish it could.. She was my best friend and I love her like a sister. She was the best friend a person could ask for. I am going to miss her so much. So long my friend, until we meet again..