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 LeFante-Diane (Sellers)
Born: 11/23/1950
Died: 01/18/2018
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LeFante-Diane (Sellers)

Diane D. LeFante (Sellers) of Jersey City passed away Thursday January 18, 2018. Diane was a manager at Interstate Logistics in Secaucus for several years. Beloved wife of the late Joseph T. LeFante. Dear mother of Joseph LeFante. Daughter of the late Edith (Swift) and Eugene Sellers. Sister of Eugene Sellers, Robert Sellers, Richard Sellers,Stacie Gurczeski, Jody Doyle and the late Thomas Sellers and Lisa O'Reilly. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Visitation will be Sunday 2:00-6:00pm at Greenville Memorial Home, Jersey City, NJ Family and friends will gather at Greenville Memorial Home on Monday 10:00 am. Services Holy Name Cemetery, Jersey City 11:00 am.

 
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My heart and love goes out to Eugene Sellers , Stacie Gurczeski, and all The Sellers Family . Diane was one very Special Lady. I will always remember her welcoming smile each time we met, although not very often , it was so real and warm ... Rest In Peace Jersey Lady...You will be Greatly missed. Love, Diane Gaffney
Diane Gaffney
Diane was, and always will be, my sister in law. She is the kind of person we should aspire to be, kind, loving, caring, and mostly, giving. Never complaining; she always had a smile no matter what the circumstances. She never judged, only accepted, and she dealt with life's "hard knocks" as if they were the usual course of events.I will miss her more than I can express. We have lost someone who can never be replaced.
Lida Sellers
To Eugene and the Sellers family on the passing of beloved Diane I send prayers and condolence, and wish you peace and love
TERRY GAFFNEY
I will miss Aunt Di very much! She was always wonderful to be around. I love her and will miss her very much!
Bubba
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