M. Diane Nuckols
Oct 27, 1956 – Aug 27, 2015
M. Diane Nuckols, of Louisa, Virginia passed away at home on Thursday, August 27, 2015. She was preceded in death by; her mother, Mary Kennon Nuckols, her father, Aubrey C. Nuckols, Jr. and her brother, A. C. Nuckols, III.She is survived by her brothers, Garland Nuckols & his wife Jackie and Ashby Johnson Nuckols & his wife Anita; step-sisters, Frances “Pretty” Groomes & her husband Thomas and Barbara “Bobbie” Barrett & her husband B.J.; Aunt Barbara Sprouse, Uncle Carlton “Shorty” Nuckols; sister-in-law Linda Nuckols; nieces Terry Hamilton & her husband Marty, Cindy Draves and Dana Racette & her husband Marc; great-nieces and nephews, Deborah and Ray Hamilton, Sam Draves Barrett, and Amanda, Bethany, Christina, Daniel and Elizabeth Racette and a great-great nephew, Killian Reedy; as well as many other relatives.The family will receive friends from 6-8pm on Monday, August 31, 2015 at Woodward Funeral Home, Louisa, VA. A memorial service will held at 11:00 am on Tuesday, September 1, 2015 at the funeral home, interment will be private.
TO EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU.
Such a BEAUTIFUL person,she will be missed. Loved her pies!
I am very sad my friend Diane Nuckols has passed. She was a school classmate. I remember her well.She was not always treated so kindly at school ,but she always showed kindness to others. People could learn kindness from her. Bless you my friend. I always cared!Darlene Dutton Bass — school classmate
We are all so very saddened by the sudden death of our beloved Diane. Her gentle nature and loving heart will be missed by the many friends and family for whom she loved unconditionally. If you had a worry, she listened closely. If you were hungry, she fed you good. If you needed anything at all, she would drive for hours to bring it back from anywhere. When she gave you a hug, it was the arms of an Angel who lessened your sorrows. Diane was everyone`s friend, confidante and mentor. She was never happier than when those she loved gathered around her table for a meal. Her Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners were legendary. Having cooked for hours and hours, every surface available covered with every dish imaginable, Diane would sit down – her happiness complete. Her home would be filled to the brim with family and friends. All of us were there for more hours of good food, good fun & laughter, and never ending stories. Diane was God`s very special blessing to us all, she was the heart and soul of her family. Our sister, our niece, our cousin, our Aunt, our friend. She loved us so and our beloved Diane will be forever in our hearts.
Diane will be missed so very much.Much sympathy goes out to her siblings and their families.
YOUR FAMILY IS IN OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS. DIANE WILL BE MISSED SO MUCH.
I was a classmate of Linda and I remember her fondly. May her family find peace in the fond memories that you have collected from her being in your lives. I know I do.
Mayor Nuckols and family, on behalf of the Town of Louisa staff and myself I would like to express our deepest sympathy and condolences for the loss of your sister and loved one Diane Nuckols. Many prayers of healing and peace.
To Garland & family…I am so sorry to hear of your sister`s passing. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. David & Melodie Lloyd, Arleen Ray
To the Nuckols Family. My sister Alise Nuckols told me of Diane`s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time. I really did not know her but Alise & Shorty had talked about her often whenever we talked about families. May you find comfort in the memories you will always have of Diane.
Such a wonderful person, was my beloved Aunt. After my mom and dad married, she was our companion during the summers. Huckleberry picking, coon hunts, and wonderful food. All are memories of someone who loved and cared for us. I will miss your smile and the loving, perfect hugs. May we all be as kind.Terry Hamilton