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Diane Holliman-Bonsu

April 29, 1961 - May 8, 2017

Diane Holliman-Bonsu, age 56, of McKinney, Texas, passed away May 8, 2017.  Diane was born April 29, 1961, in Kansas City, Missouri, to Frank and Lillian (Gilmore) Roland.  She was a registered nurse and a faithful and dedicated employee of Select Medical for fifteen years. 

She is survived by her daughters, Dasha Holliman of Kansas City, Kansas, Danielle Holliman and Michelle Holliman, both of Kansas City, Missouri; sons, Stephen Clark of McKinney, Texas and Edward Holliman, III of Kansas City, Kansas; eight grandchildren; four brothers; two sisters; and a host of other loving relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents.

Services are pending at this time.

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What can I say? I was and still am at a lost for words. You were my friend but we were related by Select. You were my "Mother Hen" always there for me. I cried to you. I confided in you. I laughed with you and cried with you. Yet, you never judged. We were in the trenches together. Yet, you were alwasy calm and positive. I was talking about you yesterday and I said, " I truly believe Diane was an Angel, my angel because in all my bad and good it was you that helped me through it." Kyan asked about "the Skittles Lady" when he heard I was back at Select and it broke me to have to explain to him that one of our angels is now resting in heaven. I love you and you will be truly missed. Courtney Danley-Schweisberger, May 18, 2017 I was lucky to have known Diane for five + years and I have never known anyone who could ALWAYS see the positive side of a situation regardless of what it was. I will miss her smile. Rest easy my friend. Your journey is over. Patrick Eagan, May 15, 2017 Diane, You are now resting in heaven with no cares or worries. Thank you for being a bright light in my life and the lives of many others! Jeff Jeff Radford, May 12, 2017 I worked with Diane a short while, she was an amazing women, she always looked at things with a positive attitude. Diane will truly be missed. May God continue to console the family and friends of Diane. Gwen Smith, May 12, 2017 My heartfelt sympathy and prayers for the family. I worked with Diane at Select and she was a very good QA nurse and a wonderful person. I will miss her smile and laughter but know she is in a peaceful and beautiful place with our Lord. Dee Pietzsch, May 11, 2017 Diane was such a lively, upbeat, positive, and fun person to be around. She had a very well developed sense of humor. Diane was very knowledgeable in her role as an Interim DQM for corporate. She will be missed greatly by those of us lucky enough to have known her. My thoughts are with her family and her work family at Select. Debbie Schartz, May 11, 2017 Diane's light and laughter will shine bright in heaven now instead of here on earth. Deborah Schartz, May 11, 2017 Diane will be missed by so many people who's lives she touched. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to her family. May your pain and sadness be replaced with fond, loving memories of her as time passes on. My condolences to you all. Stacey Choinski Stacey Choinski, May 11, 2017 You all are in my thoughts and prayers. Angela Douglas, May 11, 2017 I am so sorry for your loss. This was so sudden. I worked with Diane for close to 10 years. She was an outstanding member of our team. Her smile and giggle were infectious. She is dearly missed. Kris Rogitz, May 11, 2017 I loved Diane with all my heart! I only knew her as a fellow Select employee but worked with her closely off and on over the years. She never said a negative word about anyone or anything! She was such a Good person! Those arent always eay to find. I will miss her terribly. Debbie White, May 11, 2017