Whatever is going on, you will find Diana working hard behind the scenes, or right out front.
A long-time supporter of local cadets, Diana was honoured to inspect the troops for both the 754 Phoenix Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron and the RCSCC Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps at their annual ceremonial reviews.
As Vice-Chair of the Centennial Committee, Diana created a re-enactment of the City’s inaugural Council Meeting of April 7, 1913.
After an absence of several decades, Diana revitalized the Port Moody Community Parade for two years, and represented the City in participation of parades throughout the lower mainland.
Diana worked with the Crossroads Hospice Society to get a labyrinth created in Pioneer Park.
Diana was the first member of Council to participate in the lower mainland Fire Operations 101 program and spent a day in the boots of a firefighter, supported by Dave Piffer, IAFF.
When her children were younger, Diana was a champion for, and a leader within, the local Girl Guides group and the Port Moody Aquarians Swim Club.
To recognize local businesses, Diana established the annual Spike Awards for the City.
Diana was a long-time Board member of Golden Spike Days and still loves attending the festival and Canada Day celebrations!
Diana volunteered for Crossroads Hospice for many years, serving as the President, and got to cut a lot of ribbons for their annual Hike for Hospice event.
Remebering our veterans.