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November 12,1948 to April 27, 2020-Diane Fawcett-Ohlson passed away in the early morning hours of Monday April 27, 2020 at her home in Winslow, ME after a courageous battle with cancer.

SUBMITTED PHOTO - Diane Fawcett-OhlsonDiane Fawcett-Ohlson passed away in the early morning hours of Monday April 27, 2020 at her home in Winslow, ME after a courageous battle with cancer.

Diane was born on November 12, 1948 in Buffalo, NY, the daughter of Deloris (nee Younglove) and Hugh Bartlemus.

She is survived by her loving husband Mark Ohlson,

children Elaine Fawcett, John Fawcett (Pam), Laryssa Hiller (Scott), Nicole Swain, grandchildren Molly, Emily, Mike, Brandi, Tyler, Roscoe, Oak, and great-grandson Marco. She was predeceased by her parents, her sisters Lindsey and Elaine, and her beloved cats, L.T., Midnight, and Sammi.

Diane's life always involved helping others wherever

she lived and worked. Her life found home in far flung

places – New York, Connecticut, Florida, Vermont,

Massachusetts, Germany, Oregon, New Hampshire,

and in her final home in Maine. In Fairview she was

active in the Watershed Council and volunteered with

the local police department. Her need to bring love

and support to her family through large gatherings and

holidays extended to neighbors, coworkers, and friends

as she nurtured those in her vicinity with the same

importance and care.

Diane loved to cook and often could be found dancing

in her kitchen, singing to Barbara Streisand, Adele, or

Michael Buble'. She loved her plants and her garden

(especially her lilacs) and was an avid photographer. Her

beautiful photographs traced the path of her life from

east coast to west, across Europe and Asia, and back to

the woods of New Hampshire, and the coast of Maine.

Diane's family would like to thank the doctors,

nurses, and staff of New England Cancer Specialists in

Scarborough, ME and at Dana Farber Cancer Institute

in Boston, MA, as well as Northern Light Home Care

and Hospice of Waterville, ME for their dedication and

care.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the

Snell Foundation for support of cancer patients at

New England Cancer Specialists in Scarborough, ME

in Diane's memory. Snell Foundation, PO Box 6304,

Scarborough, ME 04070. www.snellfoundationmaine.org/

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