Diana Lynn Chinn
Date of birth: January 27 1952
Date of death: March 5 2019
Diana went to be with her family in heaven on March 5, 2019.
Born January 27, 1952 in Virginia to LeRoy and Merna Howard.She lived in 3 European countries and various states for the next 17 years.
In 1970 she graduated from Douglas High School located in Box Elder, South Dakota.
Diana entered the Air Force in 1973.
She had a previous marriage which resulted in the birth of 2 children.
In 1987 she met and married the love of her life, Russell Chinn. They established their home in Hillsboro, Oregon.In 1989, Russell adopted her two children.Together the family lived in Aloha, Oregon until her daughter was murdered in 1989. She resided in Canby, Oregon until her death.
She was very crafty, artistic and involved in her church.Diana was a humble woman and a born again Christian.
She is preceded in death by her daughter, Autumn, her father and grandparents.
She is survived by her husband Russell, her son Brian, mother Merna Alger, Brother Robert Howard and his wife Candy, Sister Leesa Samson and her husband Andy and many nieces, nephews and grandchildren.
10 tribute candles have been lit
Candle lit by Leesa You were a great sister. I love you very much and will miss you until I see you again. Fly with the angels...
Candle lit by Russell I light this candle. Because you have been my sunshine for 32 years. I will miss you always.
Candle lit by Rhonda George Thank You so very much for your selfless service to our country. God bless you.
Candle lit by Staff at Crown Memorial Center Our sincere condolences.
Candle lit by Brian Chinn Love you mom. You’re the greatest woman I’ve ever known.
Candle lit by Robyn Your kind soul will be greatly missed by our entire family. We love you aunt Diana
Candle lit by Lisa Heintz
Candle lit by Kooter Knudson Thank You for your Service to our Country. We never met but you did a great job bringing Brian up right. Stand down your mission is done. We'll take it from here.
Candle lit by Bob and Candy We wish we could've lived closer and would've been able to share more times and memories. Your smiling face and warm heart is what we will miss the most. You were a great sister and sister-n-law.
Candle lit by Dena Lund I will miss your sense of humor and smile. You are in His Presence and we will meet again, my friend.