Guest Book for Dianne (Sparkes) Dutton

Provided by J.M. Jobes Funeral Home

Posted by: Kenny MacRae
Mon February 10, 2020
your surely going to be missed Dianne, i will definitly miss our conversations.  Life can be so unfair but youll live on through your children and grandchildren.  Kaden seen the gum in the truck and said nanas and he will always keep that memory of you, you always had a gum for him.  Ill do my best to look after everyone.

youll always be loved and missed
xoxo
 

 
Posted by: Marlene Toin
Mon February 10, 2020
Norm, I am so sorry to hear about your mom's passing.......please pass on my condolences to your family........big hugs to you norm.......
 

 
Posted by: Michelle Godin
Mon February 10, 2020
My sincere condolences to the Dutton and Sparkes families.
I have always had a special place in my heart for my cousin Dianne. I remember growing up in Toronto and visiting my Sparkes cousins. Dianne was older and I always thought she was so cool with her platform shoes, bell bottom jeans and hair longer than Cher's. I will always remember her gentle nature and big heart and most of all, her beautiful laugh. RIP dear cousin, until we meet again ♡
 

 
Posted by: shirley moore
Mon February 10, 2020
love n prayers from wayne n Shirley (farr )moore ,n thr Farr family31
 

 
Posted by: Gaston Aucoin
Mon February 10, 2020

    I was so sorry hear of mom's passing. Deepest sympathies to the family and close friends. God Bless.
 

 
Posted by: Mary Lou Dearling
Tue February 11, 2020
I have been Dianne’s best friend for approximately 50 odd years. Dianne, Rosanne and I were known as the three amigos/ musketeers in Toronto’s east end currently regarded as Leslieville. We were all besties with each other. Rosanne left this world at the age of 49. Now Dianne has joined her. My heart aches with profound grief. I’ve lost my best friend yet again. The one who knew me like no other. The one I laughed with so hard my belly hurt. The secrets shared, the mischievous stunts, the heartfelt talks. I feel such pain and sorrow for Dianne’s family. She will be missed by so many. I shall miss her forever. Till we meet again my friend, Rest In Peace.