Calling Hours:
Friday, September 17, 2021, 10:00-11:00am
Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation
Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville, PA

Litya Service:
Friday, September 17, 2021, 11:00am
Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation
Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville, PA
Gregory Moser, Diane's son, officiating

Burial will be private in Shenango Valley Cemetery

Diane Alyn Moser (née Booth) passed away on Thursday, September 9, 2021 at the Grove in Greenville where she was a resident.

Diane was born March 28, 1933 in New Castle, PA to Alan Booth and Betty Guffey (Goldsmith). She attended Penn High School where she was a cheerleader.

She was a certified swim instructor at Greenville Memorial Pool & St. John's Kiwanis in Sharon, PA.
Diane was also a licensed veterinary technician working at Nichols Veterinary Clinic, Greenville, PA for 25 years, as well as an O.R. instrument technician at Greenville Hospital for 10 years.

An avid animal lover, Diane was a groom for standardbred race horses and honored as Groom of the Year in 1986. She was a past co-chair of the Greenville Horse Show to aid the Greenville Hospital Ladies Auxiliary. She was also a prior board member of Strayhaven, a local animal shelter. In her spare time, Diane volunteered at the Good Shepherd in Greenville and enjoyed nature as a certified master gardener through the Penn State Extension program.

She was a prior resident of Rosedale Avenue, Greenville, PA and a great lover of her community. Diane spent her later years organizing and attending high school reunions, gardening, reading, and walking in the park with all her precious corgies.

Diane will be remembered by her siblings: Nancy Satterfield, David Booth, John Guffey, and Betsy Guffey; children: Laura Flaviani (Joe), Nancy Goblinger (Keith), R. Barney Moser (Lisa), and Gregory Moser (Martha), as well as 9 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents. The family expresses their appreciation for the kindness and loving care from the staff at the Grove in Greenville.

Memorial contributions may be made to The Good Sheperd Center, 10 N. Water St., Greenville, PA 16125, The Greenville Historical Society, 23 W. Main St., Greenville, PA 16125 or to the Greenville Public Library 330 Main St., Greenville, PA 16125.



  1. Sharyn Goblinger Sharyn Goblinger
    September 11, 2021    

    Lots of good memories of our families together, camping, boating, adults playing cards. Always a fun time at your house.

  2. Brenda Rose Brenda Rose
    September 12, 2021    

    My deepest condolences to Diane’s family. I enjoyed working with her as an instrument technician at Greenville Hospital, and I remembered her love for her family. Continued thoughts and prayers for her family and friends.

  3. Larry J Gould Larry J Gould
    September 12, 2021    

    I knew Diane from the Good Shepherd. She was always a humble and endearing woman. I remember Greg, her son, from working at the Greenville Hospital back in the 70’s. I’m sure she will be missed by all her family and friends. I was always told that your time of death is more important to God than the day you were born. This saying has given me comfort through the years after the loss of my parents. I hope it can bring peace to those of Diane’s family as they mourn.

  4. Love, David Love, David
    September 13, 2021    

    Diane and I became good friends as well as being siblings. She supported me when I was in the USMC by sending cookies and magazine subscriptions. Rest in peace, Diane. My prayers continue to be with you and the family.

  5. Stanley Kaplan and Norah Valentin Stanley Kaplan and Norah Valentin
    September 15, 2021    

    With utmost sympathy for all of on the loss of your precious mother/grandmother.

  6. Molly Booth Phillips Molly Booth Phillips
    September 17, 2021    

    I am so sorry for the family’s loss! Aunt Diane was a very sweet woman. Thinking of you all and praying for peace. With deepest sympathy & love.

  7. Anonymous Anonymous
    September 30, 2021    

    My sincerest sympathy, I worked with Diane at the Greenville Hospital. She had quite a sense of humor.My thoughts go out to Nancy and your families.

  8. Marlyne Kilbey (née Gruver) Marlyne Kilbey (née Gruver)
    December 28, 2021    

    I just learned of Diane’s passing and want to convey my condolences to her family. Diane was one of my dearest friends from 7th grade on. I loved her wicked sense of humor and we shared a love of reading. From 1949 to 1953 we spent most of our spare time together. While I never lived in Greenville after 1953 we remained in touch. When in 1983 I moved to Detroit I began spending an annual long summer weekend with her and the Corgies. We did that until she moved to The Grove. She and the girls visited with me once in Detroit and while they were always welcome Diane felt the big city was too much for them. Diane and I always exchanged books and I will make a contribution to the Library in her memory. My life is duller with out an occasional conversation with Diane and I treasure the friendsip we shared. Mar

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