Diane Carter was born on April 18, 1948, in Reading, England, and passed peacefully at Victoria Hospice on July 24, 2022.

Diane will be forever missed by her family:

– As a daughter, Diane is predeceased by her mother, Maureen Moffatt, and survived by her father, Fazal Gibbs

– As a sister, Diane was the middle of three siblings and is survived by sister Bobbie Vallard and family, and brother Bill Richardson and family

– As a mother, Diane is survived by daughter, Tammi, and son, Richard

Born in Reading, England, Diane grew up in Coleraine, Northern Ireland, a place that remained very dear to her heart with many fond memories and stories to be told.

Victoria, B.C. also held a very special place in Diane’s heart, and she never tired of the beautiful views of the ocean and mountains.

In all of these places, she was blessed with many great friends who she cherished.

Heartfelt thanks to the doctors and nurses at Victoria Hospice for their exceptional level of care for Diane, which will be forever appreciated.

There will be a Celebration of Life held in the Sequoia Centre at McCall Gardens, 4665 Falaise Drive,  Victoria, BC on Tuesday, August 9th, 2022, at 10:00 am.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to:

– Victoria Hospice: https://victoriahospice.org/how-you-can-help/ways-to-donate/donate/

– BC Cancer Foundation: https://bccancerfoundation.com/

Condolences may be offered to the family below.

McCall Gardens
www.mccallgardens.com

  • Vera Horn

    Dear Tammi & Richard,
    Diane was an amazing person. If ever you needed a friend she was always there for you. She & I had many good times together and she loved to play Rummikub, which we did a lot. I will miss her very much.
    All the best,
    Vera Horn

  • Kathy Moi

    Your dear Mom was a member of our Victoria lawn and croquet club for a short few years, she brought
    Light, happiness and gratitude with her.
    She is missed.
    On behalf of all us who knew her may your memories be comforting.

    Kathy Moi
    President VLBC

  • Tina Hepsaydir

    Dear Tammy and Richard. I met your mum in 1976 in Montreal. Diane was a pal of my sister Rosalind. Although Diane was 10 years older than me we had an instant connection. She took me out for my 18th birthday and was astounded that I requested McDonald’s. I had just come from Ireland and had never been in one. DIANE very kindly took me to the Club du Baron in the Lorrentian mountains and introduced me to cross country skiing. I ended up working 2 seasons there. Diane was always welcoming to me. I stayed in her home in Montreal where she gave me a surprise party. I brought my kids to her home in the UK and she taught my daughter Leyla the rhyme…
    Peter piper picked a peck of pickled peppers. A pack of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked. If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, where’s the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?
    Diane phoned me in February 2021 and we had a long chat. I’m so glad that I knew your Mum. I always had fun with her and I will never forget her kindness to me. May she rest in peace
    Tina Hepsaydir

  • Sylvia Keith

    Tammi and Richard my arms are around you at this time. We have such a lot of Happy memories from the day you all arrived in Victoria. It will be hard for you on this day but your Mummy will be forever looking after you and she loved you passionately. Should you need anything I will be there for you both. OX0X

  • Colin Hickey

    Many happy memories of our time as friends and neighbours in Harpenden particularly reminiscing about Northern Ireland especially Portstewart and Portrush. Rest in Peace Diane
    Pamela and Colin

  • Marsha Gordon

    Deepest condolences to the family on the passing of Diane.

    May she rest in peace and leave behind fond memories and blessings.

  • Judy and Gary Hare

    Dear Tammi and Richard,
    So, so sorry for this sad loss. We’ll both miss your Mum very much. She was a special friend and we shared a lot of happy times together. We hope you, too, can hold onto happier memories of better times. Sending love to both of you. Gary and Judy Hare

  • LYNDA Coultas

    Happy memories of ICL days back in 1970’s. God Bless Diane may you rest in peace. Lynda Hewlett of Reading. xxx

  • Lynda MacTavish

    So sorry for your loss. May she rest in peace and may her memory be a blessing to you.

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