Diana Hoffman


Diane Marie Spencer Hoffman went to the Lord on April 1, 2024, after a 33-month battle with cancer.   Per Diana’s wish no service will be held.

Diana graced us from Poughkeepsie, NY and was raised in Pt. Arthur and Houston, TX.  She graduated from Stephen F. Austin that WOWED all.

Diana was adored by all her friends and had a wonderful life with her husband Doug for twenty six years.  She can’t be replaced and to His Glory will be missed.  God Bless and enjoy your day!

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Oh Diana, I remember the first time we met. We had been introduced on a photo website and had not yet met in person . I was at work when you came up behind me and said something to me and I swung around and immediately knew who you were. From that day forward we were friends. My life was totally made better by having you in it! Your adventuresome spirit was like none other I had ever encountered. Thank you for including me on some of your photo treks. It is some of my most cherished memories. You took amazing pictures and always marched to the beat of your own drum.
I’m going to miss you. Fly high with the angels, You won’t have to wait to get your wings, you had them all along❤

Will always remember the camping trips. Floating through your tent with the rain or traveling in style with Matida.

Dearest Diana, You were one of my closest college friends. Your laughter still resonates in my memories. I’ll always love you and miss you already!
To Doug and brother, my deepest sympathy.

Oh Doug, I am so sorry. I always liked Diana. She was always so nice to me. I did not know that she was sick. Leah and I extend our deepest condolences. Big hugs to you during this very sad time.

Diana will be missed we knew each other through Facebook. She became a good friend. We talked on the phone not to long ago. She was always sweet and positive. She battled long and hard. She made many people smile and happy through her photography journey and her personal journey. Rest well in the arms of God dear friend. My condolences to Doug and Tom on their loss.

I’m so sorry to hear this sad news and my heart goes out to Doug and Tom in their loss. Diana and I became friends through our art on Facebook. I always found her to be kind, encouraging and fun. I will miss her…