Diana Hornung

May 31, 1952 ‒ March 01, 2019

Marion, Ohio

Diana Hornung, age 66 of Columbus, passed away on Friday, March 1, 2019 at her home.

Diana was born on May 31, 1952 in Columbus, the daughter of William Gene and Doris Elizabeth (Johnson) Hornung. Diana was a graduate of Milligan College in Johnson, TN with a bachelor degree.

She was a faithful member of the Marion Christian Center.

Diana is survived by her siblings: David (Deborah) Hornung and Shelly Morris; nieces and nephews: Charles David (Austine) Hornung, Stacey Elizabeth (Shaun) Wojcichowsky, Sarah (Joel) Lulinski and Daniel Buford (Denise) Hornung; great nieces and great nephews, cousins and aunt June Underwood.

She is preceded in death by her parents and her brother Daniel Hornung.

Graveside service will be Monday, June 24, 2019 at 11AM at Grand Prairie Cemetery with Pastor Perry Payne officiating.

The Snyder Funeral Homes of Marion are honored to be serving the Hornung family; condolences may be expressed to the family by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com

  • I met Diana over 40 years ago and we worked together on lots of music at church. She had suffered so much from health issues for so long. She loved her family and the Lord. My condolences to you and I rejoice that she is now with Jesus, singing with all her heart.
    Kay Fox

  • Diana and I have been neighbors/friends for many years. We traveled together via cota mainstream many times and always had a laughing good time..our flower gardens/yards were the talk of the apartment complex every summer and spring. You will be missed. RIH

  • Diana…we had met at the apartment complex many years ago and our relationship was something else. We shared the same passion for sports and gardening. You will be missed

  • We met at the apartment complex we shared a laugh everytime we talked. You are at peace with the Lord, rest now.

  • When Diana and I met in the late 90’s and it was instant friendship. Then our paths went in different directions, and came back together last year. I loved her sense of humor and her beautiful smile. She was a beautiful soul. We take comfort in knowing Diana is no longer encumbered by the earth life. She is free at last! She is with Jesus! Sending prayers and condolences for her family. 🙏 🙏🙏

  • I am sad to lose my friend, Diana, but I know she is glad to be with Jesus. It is good to know she has no more pain, just happiness to be with Jesus.

  • We knew Diana was having health challenges, yet this news was a “suddenly.” Our memory of her is her voice…she sang beautifully. We sat near her in church and we’re blessed to hear her worship. May her voice now be entwined with the angelic host in Heaven, singing praises to God. ~ Denny and Deb Ferguson

  • I’m sorry for the loss of your dear loved one. May you find comfort during this difficult time with family and friends. May God’s love and tender mercy give you comfort during this difficult time. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4).

  • We took Diana to church for over 7 years and enjoyed her humorous stories she shared with us. We knew how much she enjoyed music. We are sad that she is gone, but knowing that she is with Jesus now and out of pain is comforting. I’m sure she is singing now in heaven for the Lord. She will be missed.

    Doug and Joyce Bedell