In Memory

Diane Reidenbaugh (Klamke) - Class Of 1963

Diane "Dee" Reidenbaugh Klamke passed away on May 22, 1997 following a brief illness.  She lived in Stockbridge, Georgia with her husband, Stephan ('63).

Diane was the career counseling and placement director and taught banking principles at the Asher School of Business in Atlanta.  She had formerly worked for First Bank of Atlanta and Citicorp in New York.

A memorial service was held for Diane on May 24.

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10/25/09 02:13 PM #1    

Jeanne Duke (Fredericks) (1965)

She was a gal I really looked up to and I mean that in the very most loving way! She stood tall and I learned alot from her. Wish I could have reconnectd with her before it was too late. Thanks for your friendship and keep twirling to the beat in heaven. Love ya, Jeanne '65

06/06/10 02:16 PM #2    

Yvonne Heinricks (Alexander) (1964)

I have fond memories of Diane for her honest communication, her joyful friendship, and her parents, whom I remember as providing a solid foundation.

The most serious relationship I had in high school started when I was a mere sophomore, at a casual party at Diane's house in 1962. (Please remember that some of us naive girls thought we were in love at 15. What an old idea.)

I recall that Diane was tall, self-conscious and teased for her height (all of which I thought out of proportion). How I wish she had known about other tall women such as Julia Child!

Tall or short, fat or slender, what does it matter in the grand finale?

Diane was to me a person of honor, and I shall remember her as such.

With warmth and kind thoughts to her family,

Yvonne Heinricks Alexander



07/24/12 12:58 PM #3    

Bobbie Langford (Jonkers) (1963)

Diane and loved ones:  Loved the prom night -- we really thought we were in high times on Bali Hai!  You were a good friend, and I hope your loved ones remember you fondly, I know I do.

05/23/16 10:21 AM #4    

John C. McMahon (1962)

I knew Diane. She was tall as were her parents. We dated and actually went steady for a time. She had a wonderful sense of humor, me being about 6 inches shorter than her : > ) Diane was kind and lovely. It is true. The Good fly away to Heaven young in order to plead for the rest of us. Diane I trust you have connected with theLegion of others pleading on my behalf. Much Love from Johnny McMahon Class of 1962.

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