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Diane Marie Druml

Diane Marie Druml of Midway, Ark., died Sunday, Aug. 3, 2003 at her home. She was 64.

She was born Jan. 1, 1939, in Kansas City, Mo., to Marie Smith and Willis Nonemaker.

She married Ron Dvorsky. They were later divorced.



She married Ed Druml on Feb. 9, 1974, in Illinois.

Mrs. Druml lived in the Roaring Fork Valley from 1982 to 2001, where she worked at the former Glenwood Industrial Bank and at Alpine Bank. Customers remembered her smile, her cheerful greetings and her concern for each individual.



Her passions were fishing and trips to Lake Powell. She enjoyed spending time with her husband, and with her extended family of customers and friends.

After retirement, the couple moved to northern Arkansas in 2001, where Mrs. Druml found her dream home. Together, the Drumls enjoyed the view of the wildlife from their deck, and the beauty and good fishing of the nearby lakes.

Mrs. Druml is survived by her husband, Ed Druml of Midway, Ark.; by a son and daughter-in-law, Michael and Julie Dvorsky of North Aurora, Ill.; by a son and his fiancee, Steven Dvorsky and Deborah Hoppe of Villa Park, Ill.; by daughters and sons-in-law Jean and Rick Fazio of Roselle, Ill., and Suzanne and Jeff Sichz of Lombard, Ill.; by a stepdaughter and stepson-in-law Dee and Neil Johnson of Parker; and by grandchildren Brian and Meagan Dvorsky, Veronica and Leah Fazio, Maddie Sichz, and Alyssa, Alex and Alexis Johnson.

A memorial service will be held Saturday, Aug. 23, in Lombard, Ill.

Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of the Ozarks, 701 Burnett Drive, Mountain Home, AR 72653.

Condolences may be sent to Ed Druml, 360 South St., Midway, AR 72651.


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