Obituary of Diana Rose N?e Lever Blair
Obituary of Diana Rose Nèe Lever Blair Diana was born in San Francisco, California, on July 24th, 1958. The family moved to the City of Chino, part of California's "Inland Empire," shortly after her birth. After she turned twelve, the family moved again, this time to the "Old Pueblo," Tucson, Arizona. While there, she graduated from Cholla High School, an experimental school with an "open" floor plan. She attended Pima community college after graduation, completing an associate degree. Diana married Charles Blair and was a stay-at-home mom until their daughters were self-sufficient; then she started a career as a real estate agent. After the children graduated from high school, she and Charles divorced. Diana moved to Mesa, Arizona, after meeting Roy Stepp. They were married in Globe, Arizona. She continued her career as a Real Estate Agent in Mesa until she suffered a stroke, which took away her ability to drive. Not being one to "sit on her hands," Diana became involved with the Board of Directors of the Homeowner's Association for her Townhome Community. She was elected to the board and eventually became its resident manager. That continued for several years until the Inclusion Body Myositis disease that she had acquired, ravaged her body and caused her to resign from the board and her position. Diana was surrounded by family at Hospice of the Valley's Dobson Home when she slipped from this earthly life as she was born again, going into the presence of God in all three forms, on July 1st, 2022. Diana was preceded in death by her mother, Bettina Nèe Harris lever. she is survived by her husband, Roy Stepp. Father, John Lever of Tucson; sisters, Denise Gragg of Northern Colorado, Johanna Ray (husband Bob Ray III) of west Texas; her daughters, Brenda Blair (husband Kenji Levin) of southern California, and Christina Blair of Tempe, Arizona. Grandsons Richard Blair and Aiden Carson (sons of Christina, also of Tempe). Nieces, Lisa Gragg of Northern Colorado, Rachel Gragg of Oregon. Nephew Stephen Gragg (and his soon-to-be wife Natasha) of Florida. And finally, Great-Nephew Ronan Leleiwi (son of Lisa) also of Northern Colorado. She is missed already, but the family is comforted by their knowledge of her faith in God and his Son, Jesus Christ.To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Diana Blair, please visit Tribute Store
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