Diane Williams Elliott

November 26, 1965 - April 26, 2020
Diane Williams Elliott

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Dianne Williams Elliott, age 64, of Wellsville passed away at Trinity West in Steubenville, on April 26, 2020 after a brief Illness.

Born in East Liverpool on November 26, 1955, she was the daughter of the late Don C. Williams and Esther (Nicholson) Corbisello. Living her entire life in this area she retired as a Ward Clerk at East Liverpool City Hospital after twenty years. She last worked as a laborer for Labors Local 809.

She was a graduate of Wellsville High School, class of 1974. Dianne was a member of the women’s auxillary with Wellsville American Legion, and a member of the Wellsville Eagles.

Dianne was preceded in death by her husband, Tom Elliott.

Survivors include her daughter, Dominique Powell of Wellsville. Four sisters; Dawn Johnson of Wellsville. Randi (Jim) Givens of Calcutta, Terri (Jimmy) Drago of Wellsville and Sharri (Ed) Swogger also of Wellsville. Two Brothers;Karl (Nancy) Williams of Lisbon and Rick (Sharon) Williams of Wellsville. Two grandchildren; Kallee Powell of Wellsville and Amiyah Powell of Calcutta, and one great grandchild, Kennedi PerryTisdale and her beloved pet Toby.

Due to the Covid-19 virus private family services were held at the MacLean Chapel of Care Funeral and Cremation Specialist with Pastor Dirk Hall officiating. Burial was held in the Yellowcreek Cemetery.

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  • May 04, 2020
    Lynn Beatty-Hyder says:
    Dear Rick and family, I am so sorry to hear about Dianne's passing. I know that she will be missed by many people! I always loved her laugh! Sending you all my Deepest Sympathy and prayers. Hope that you will be able to find peace in your memories!

  • May 04, 2020
    Karen (Poynter) Taylor says:
    My heartfelt condolences to all the many members of Dianne's immediate and extended families. I will remember Dianne's smile, her laughter, and her kindness. I am sure she will be missed by many.