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Dianne Guy English

November 13, 1944 ~ May 24, 2019

Dianne Guy English

November 13, 1944 – May 24, 2019

Dianne Guy English passed away on Friday, May 24, 2019.  She was surrounded by her children and family. Dianne was born and raised in Sulphur, Louisiana.  After graduating from Sulphur High School in 1962, Dianne moved to Lafayette to attend the University of Southwest Louisiana (USL) where she met her husband Charles.  Dianne graduated from USL in 1967 and Northwestern State University in 1973. Dianne taught school while her husband coached in Plaucheville, Bienville, and Ebarb before they settled back down in Sulphur.

Dianne is survived by her children, Stuart Clifton English and wife Traci, Katy Elizabeth English Doucet and husband Corey; grandchildren, Jacob Paul English, Molly Elizabeth Peveto, and Ethan Pierce Doucet; mother Frances Foreman Clifton; brother Steve Clifton of Wharton, TX; brother and sister-in-law Paul and Karen Clifton; Aunt Bobbie English of Mansfield, Aunt Jeanne Foreman; and nieces, nephews, and cousins. Dianne was preceded in death by her husband of over 50 years Charles English and her father A.J. Clifton.

Visitation will be Tuesday, May 28th at Henning Memorial United Methodist Church (404 South Huntington, Sulphur, Louisiana) from 4-6.  A memorial service will begin at 6pm in the sanctuary.  Burial will take place at Pollard Cemetery in Lula in DeSoto Parish at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be made to the Louisiana Baptist Childrens Home (7200 Desiard Street, Monroe, LA), Pollard Cemetery (c/o Don Ray English, 4968 Highway 84 East, Mansfield, LA, 71052), the Beryl Shipley Mended Hearts Scholarship (UL Development Office, P.O. Box 43410, Lafayette, LA 70504), or a charity of their choice.

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  1. Dianne you were a beautiful soul, I always enjoyed being arround you and enjoyed your sense of humor. I know you will be sorely missed by family and friends here but you are at a better place now. Rest in peace Dianne.

  2. I'll miss her smile and always kind words. I loved being in UMW with Diane and seeing her at the Sunday night Vesper services. Love you Diane.

  3. As ya'll are aware your parents were the greatest. Loved both and they gave others two great people to love, plus grandchildren. Best to all!

  4. My sincere condolences to the family at this difficult time. May you all seek God for comfort, peace, strength and support (2 Cor 1:3).


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