Diane Feldman entered into rest on March 2, 2021. She was remarkably resilient through all her medical issues and was courageous right to the end when she succumbed to complications from COVID.
She was the beloved wife of the late Arnold Feldman, dear daughter of the late Myer and Edith (Einis) Lebow, devoted mother of Leslie Denbow, Ed Feldman and Jen Feldman and loving sister of Roni Kadish and the late Melvin Lebow. She cherished being the grandmother of Calli, Emily, Annie, Jesse, Cody and Ava. She was very close to her Bonito Drive neighbors and was a “second mom” to many of her children’s friends including Lisa and Patty.
Diane was born in Boston and developed a very traditional Boston accent which was inherited by her children. She attended Boston University and was actively involved with Jewish life there and throughout her life. She was always stylish and took great pleasure in her weekly trips to catch up with friends and get her hair styled. She spent many years working as the Pilgrim Day Camp Administrator, part of the Southern New England Conference, United Church of Christ in Framingham, MA, where she was known for her caring and warm personality. She was a big music fan ranging from classical to show tunes with a special knack for nursery rhymes. She was passionate about her children’s education and advocated for what was in their best interest. She was the 'hostess with the mostest' in helping with and coordinating all kinds of events. She made sure summers were full of fun activities such as going to camp and yearly trips to Cape Cod. She took great pleasure in being by the ocean and soaking in the sun.
Donations in Diane’s memory may be made to The United Way of Pioneer Valley or Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston.
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