Diane Yagusic

September 14, 1936 - March 22, 2005

09/14/1936 - 03/22/2005

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Saturday April 02, 2005
3:00 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Virginia Beach
5792 Greenwich Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
800-934-4648 | Directions

Diane Yagusic

Norfolk- Diane Yagusic, age 68 died in a local hospital Monday March 21, 2005. Mrs. Yagusic was a former resident of Connecticut. She was a member of The Eastern Star and worked as a Substance Abuse Counselor for the Norfolk Community Services Board until her retirement.

She was preceded in death by her husband George Joseph Yagusic; her son Daniel Joseph Yagusic and her mother Myra Creamer.

Survivors included her daughters Rachel Yagusic-Peyton and husband George Peyton of Norfolk; Tamara Yagusic of Torrington, CT. and Leigh Northrup of Norfolk; her brother J.C. Creamer and wife Lisa of Norfolk; six grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends.

A memorial service will be held 3:00PM Saturday April 2, 2005 at the Chapel of Altmeyer Funeral Home, 5792 Greenwich Road, Virginia Beach. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society or the National Arbor Society.

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Janis Dauer
8 years ago

Dear Leigh and family,

My deepest sympathy for your loss. Please know you are in my thoughts at this sad time.

With love and affection,


Robin Spesick Jost
8 years ago

Dear Rachel and family,

In my search for Yagusic family members for an upcoming reunion I found your mother’s obituary and wish to express my belated condolences as well as offer to you the “Spisic” reunion information.


Cleriece and Archie Whitehill
8 years ago


We were very sorry to hear about your mom’s death. I knew her both professionally and personally and always found her to be a gentle, kind person who cared about the people she counseled. Our thoughts are with you and your family.

Cleriece and Archie Whitehill

Robert Welch
8 years ago

Rachel,I Have no word to say other than I’m sorry for ever dissipointing you and your mother. Mother. The word sometimes excapes me. But your mother was one I’ve never forgiven myself for lacking in her eyes of a son figure. She once called me son. I nevered lived up to her expextations of me. I failed her and you deeply, and never had the chance to let out my feelings. But the great spirit has her wraped in her arms now and she sees all…My deepest belated condolences for her passing are with you. But she looks down upon high, to you and your family, all cares gone one with the eternal plan for us all. And I belive she chants for the moon and the stars to guide us to our destinys. The wisper in your ear, the nudge on your shoulder. I have cried for your loss no matter how you feel about me our the mistakes Ive made.

I hope your mother can now forgive me.,,,,I long for your council… Many a moonlite night have I looked upon the stars for your comfort, but of course it hasent been there….Just one reply, just one utterance of you voice to truly talk to me. We had so much once…. Some how the stars saw different… For now….Maby more growth was needed, who can say what the path may bring…But you can choose to walk the path…Left or right, Forward or back..I weep for your loss, and for mine…..Forever always your old soul…no matter…Peace and tranquility….However it may come abound…Robert Jason Mahoney Lee Welch.

denise hill
8 years ago

When we lose our love ones, we miss them very much. I hope that you find comfort in reading these scriptures from the Bible. Jphn 11:11-44,John 5:21,28,29 and Revelation 21:4 My prayers are with your family.