WOLFEBORO — Diane R. Jordan of Wolfeboro, passed away, October 20, 2012, after a short illness, with her family by her side.

Born March 9, 1932 in Malden MA, the daughter of Leonard O. and Mary O. (Fitzgerald) Gulaker, living in several towns, mostly growing up in Winchester, MA. Out of high school, Diane worked as a bank teller; traveled around the country and to some far points of the globe, as a stewardess for American Airlines in the 1950's; Diane was involved in the restaurant business; sold real estate; worked in offices; and held several retail positions. Diane's most important job, the one she was most proud, was that of mother and grandmother.

Diane loved to be outdoors. She loved to garden and to be in the garden. She loved the water, loved to swim in it and loved looking at it. Summers were spent at camp on Lake Maning, that her father built in 1946. She enjoyed going around the lake by boat, which she has done every summer and fall season, since about the age of nine. Diane loved bowling with Paul and friends, playing cribbage, bingo and parchessi. She loved to read. Diane was also a Christmas fanatic, she loved the whole holiday season, she enjoyed decorating and entertaining.

Through the years, she lived in Winchester, MA, Long Island, NY, Redding, CT, Williamstown, MA, Pownal, VT Alton and Wolfeboro, NH.

She is survived by her husband Paul L. Jordan: two sons: Mark Wohl and Erik Wohl and three grandchildren: Heather Wohl, Mark Wohl and Brenden Wohl. She was predeceased by two sons: Jeffrey Wohl and Kurt Wohl.

A Celebration of Diane's life will be held at 5 Robin Acres in Wolfeboro, NH at 1:00 pm on Saturday, October 27, 2012. Cremation arrangements by Peaslee Alton Funeral Home, 12 School Street, Alton, NH. To express condolences, please visit: www.peasleefuneralhome.colm

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