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Diana Lee (Slocombe) Gombos
November 3, 1945 ~ April 8, 2022 (age 76) 76 Years Old
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Diana Gombos (76) passed away on April 8th, 2022, at Chandler Regional Medical Center. She was born in Cleveland, Ohio on November 3rd, 1945, and moved to Wickenburg, Arizona in 2005. Diana was working as a bookkeeper at the bank when she met her husband, Robert. They married within a year and spent fifty-four amazing years together before Robert passed. Diana spent most of her married life raising her four children and re-entered the workforce once the youngest got into high school. She really enjoyed baking, cross-stitching, quilting, traveling, camping, and crossword puzzles. She enjoyed her criminal shows, teaching the grandkids card games, and playing games on the computer. She was caring, intelligent, strong, and a fighter until the end.
She is preceded in death by her father Edward Slocombe, mother Ruth Slocombe, her loving husband Robert Gombos, her sister’s Barbara Michalski (Raymond), Marian Harris, and brother Larry Slocombe.
She is survived by her brother Michael Slocombe (Carolyn), brother-in-law George Gombos (Linda), sister-in-law Mary Jane Schultz (Lanny), brother-in-law Brian Harris, her four children, Sharon Novak, Robert Gombos (Rachelle), Theresa Gombos, and Judith Upton. She also leaves behind five grandchildren Nichole, Kristen, Robert, Jessica, and Jordan along with four great-grandchildren. She also leaves behind many cousins, nieces, and nephews.
In lieu of flowers the family is asking for a tree to be planted in her honor or donations can be made to the Arizona Center for Cancer Care, the American Cancer Society, or the Humane Society of Wickenburg.