Dianna Reimer

Dianna “DeeDee” Reimer, 67, of Bryan, passed away Friday, June 13, 2014. A memorial service celebrating her life is set for 10 a.m. Friday, June 20, 2014, at Callaway-Jones Funeral Home in Bryan, with Rev. Bruce Wood officiating.

Dianna was born October 31, 1946 in Charleston, South Carolina, to Walter and Mary Brown. She loved gardening and spending time with friends and family.

She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Michael Reimer, and her parents.

Survivors include her daughters and sons-in-law, Jessica and Joe Bill Matous Jr., Katie Stuart and Edward “Chooch” Macik, Nicole Reimer; sister and brother-in-law, Lisa Prox and Sam Costello; brothers and sister-in-law, Jim and Cathy Clarke, Kenneth Brown; grandsons, Shane and Dillon Mikolajczak, Hunter Stuart; granddaughters, Jenna and Julia Matous; and numerous nieces and nephews.


  1. I was so sorry to hear of DeeDees passing. I have known her for over 50 years and what a dear person she was. She was always laughing and so positive all the time. I will miss her humor and grace.

  2. I met DeeDee in 1995 when I started working at Walmart in college station I was a single 25 year old not knowing what I needed in my life Dee was always there for me and I always thought of her as a second mother she was there at my wedding,she was the first one I told when I ask my wife to marry me and the first one I told when u found out I was going to be a dad the only regret I have is not getting to see dee in these last few years last time I saw her was in 2010 but I was glad I hugged her and told her we loved her Dee I will never forget you and me terry and Nathan love you

  3. I met Deedee at Walmart in 2002. We worked in the garden center together. She could lift your sprite in a heartbeat. Always smiling and happy. You will be missed my friend.

  4. We only knew her through Facebook but as she was dear friends to Bruce Elton and shared our views on Christ, honesty, integrity and kindness she became a friend of whom we looked for acceptance in.
    I know Bruce Elton Foulds a dear friend, was very much enamoured with her and any friend of his was a friend of ours. Both Bruce and Dianna died very close in time. I am sure they will talk in heaven, along with the rest of Diannas family!

  5. Katie, Family & Loved Ones,
    We are so very sorry to hear about the loss of Dianna “Dee-Dee.” She was such a sweet and kind lady. Heaven truly gained an angel. You all are in our hearts and prayers during this most difficult time.

  6. I’ve known DeeDee for 25 plus years . We worked together at Wal-mart
    DeeDee was always a joy to see she always had a funny uplifting story
    To share . She will be missed by several
    People but we all know she is no longer
    To suffer for she is now in his grace . Love you always DeeDee

  7. To Dianna’s family, I want to express my heartfelt sorrow on your loss. I was in the Geneva High School class of 1963 and unfortunately didn’t meet Dianna until I joined the Geneva Facebook page. It wasn’t long until I’d started a friendship with Dianna – I loved her witty remarks and her wonderful upbeat attitude. We had some wonderful conversations through FB and I always eagerly checked each morning for anything new that had come through from her. She was an amazing person who really enriched my life. I can only imagine what a delight it would have been to know and love her in person.

  8. To the Family of Dee Dee:
    My husband and I were friends of Dee Dee’s we all worked together at one time at CS Walmart. My husband worked with her up til she retired. Dee Dee was always a cheerful, smiley, and sweet person. I loved all her humorous stories we would share. Her and I would always talk about Chicago since she knew that is where I was from. May she rest in peace. Dee Dee we love you and know you are in a better place. You will be greatly missed….God Bless

  9. Dee Dee, It was a blessing, honor and a joy to know you. I am going to miss your humor and stories. Though will miss you,I am overjoyed for you. I can hear the soundtrack as you dance with your husband again. I love you Dee.

  10. Katie,
    My thoughts & prayers are with you and your family during this time. I lost my mom over 30 years ago & I know how hard it is but take solace in knowing she is no longer fighting the cancer. I didn’t know her that well but she seemed to be a beautiful person inside & out.

  11. Jessica

    I am so sorry to hear about your mom. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

  12. Oh DeeDee, we’ve known you for such a long time and always enjoyed visiting and talking with you. At first, you and Mike, and then you. Will remember the motorcycle rides where you didn’t want anybody riding behind you, the visits at your place at Beaver Creek where you had the most beautiful and elaborate gardens, our dinners here at LDD, the Saturday mornings at Shipleys, you in Facebook. Like most of us, I looked forward to “what in the world you’d come up with next”. Your remarks and quirky humor put many smiles on our faces. Oh yes, my friend you’ll be missed. You stared life in the face and found laughter instead of tears.
    Rest in peace Princess Diana. Donnie and I love you.

  13. I worked with DeeDee at Walmart C.S. and was
    fortunate to have worked with her in the garden center for a time. DeeDee was such a special person. A friend to all and will be missed by all. Deloris Harmon

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