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Carterton Ballooning Tragedy

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    • Diana

      You were a wonderful help to many when joining PAANZ, and helping orientate us on our new journey. Thankyou fror your efficiency and support, It was a pleasure to met you at Conference and feel welcomed. You will be sadly missed by many.

      Vicki Dunlop. New Zealand. Sunday, January 15, 2012

    • Diana

      Thoughts are with your family and friends. We will miss you at PAANZ.

      Karen Keith. Dunedin, New Zealand. Friday, January 13, 2012

    • Diana

      My thoughts are with Diana's family and friends. I never met Diana in person but spoke with her on many occasions regarding PAANZ issues and she was always very kind and nothing was ever too much of a bother. I am sure she is very much missed by everyone. RIP to both Diana and Howard

      Nicole Murphy. Manaia, New Zealand. Friday, January 13, 2012

    • Diana Cox

      I would like to express my heartfelt sympathy to both families and friends. Diana had a wonderful way fo making you feel like you were special. She was a huge asset to PAANZ and will be greaatly missed. I pray at this time that there will be a sense of comfort and peace to those who knew and loved her and her husband Howard.

      Linley PAANZ tutor

      Linley Leuthard. Hamilton, New Zealand. Thursday, January 12, 2012

    • Diana and Howard

      I would like to express my heartfelt sympathy to the families and friends of this lovely couple.
      Diana and I spent such happy times working together and also enjoying time out during my stay in Wellington. Howard was a wonderful host at their beautiful hill-side home. A time to remember.
      God Bless.

      Peggy Greenheld. Dunedin, New Zealand. Wednesday, January 11, 2012

    • Diana Cox

      Deepest sympathies to your family & friends.
      A true kauri has been so tragically felled.

      Jordan Salesa. Auckland, New Zealand. Wednesday, January 11, 2012

    • Diana cox

      Thank you for your efficient and caring approach to a job well took the trouble to get to know us at conference so you could see the faces behind the emails and calls, and nothing was too much trouble.
      I am thinking of your family and wishing them whatever comfort they can find.

      Trudy Field. Hamilton, New Zealand. Tuesday, January 10, 2012

    • Diana and Howard

      Diana you will be so missed at the PAANZ office.I will miss your always friendly voice and our little chats about the garden and dog stories amongst business discussions.You were such a kind person - i saw you and Howard a few times with your do g collecting for the SPCA.
      May you both rest in peace.
      Jane, PAANZ.

      Jane Scoular. Wellington, New Zealand. Tuesday, January 10, 2012

    • Bless You Diana. You are already missed.

      Moira McDougall. Christchurch, New Zealand. Tuesday, January 10, 2012

    • I would like to express my deepest symapthy for the family and close one of Diana. Diana was our PAANZ officer and a delight to our society - I very much appreciated her kind ways of contact and dealing with professional matters.
      I am sending a prayer for her - may her soul rest in peace.
      Rielle - memeber of PAANZ

      Anonymous. Paerao, New Zealand. Tuesday, January 10, 2012

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