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In Memory of

Diane Jean McKevitt

November 5, 1949 - August 4, 2017

Obituary


Diane was born November 5th 1949 to Beverly and Anthony Zuanich in Seattle Washington.

She attended West Seattle High School where she met and married Chris McKevitt they had 2 daughters Kimberlie and Shellie they lived and raised their children in Shoreline Washington where they were married for 50 years.

She is preceded in death by her parents Beverly Grim and Anthony Zuanich and her brother Gary Carpenter.

She is survived by her husband Chris; daughters Kimberlie and Shellie; her brothers Anthony and Barry; and her sister Terry.

Diane was...

Diane was born November 5th 1949 to Beverly and Anthony Zuanich in Seattle Washington.

She attended West Seattle High School where she met and married Chris McKevitt they had 2 daughters Kimberlie and Shellie they lived and raised their children in Shoreline Washington where they were married for 50 years.

She is preceded in death by her parents Beverly Grim and Anthony Zuanich and her brother Gary Carpenter.

She is survived by her husband Chris; daughters Kimberlie and Shellie; her brothers Anthony and Barry; and her sister Terry.

Diane was really funny and fun to be around everyone that came in contact with her loved to be around her. She kept her home, family and herself impeccable. She loved to travel to Las Vegas with her husband she loved playing the slots! She was always up for a shopping trip she had great taste. Working for JcPenny & Nordstroms she worked in cosmetics and was a great make-up artist. Her true passion came as a dental assistant she loved her job and was great with patients she had a personality that put you right as ease she was a terrific care giver! As her husband says she was something very special!

She was cared for by her husband the same way she cared for her family. She passed away peacefully at home. She will be very missed.


Funeral arrangements under the direction of Beck's.

Burial arrangements under the direction of Acacia Memorial Park & Funeral Home.