Dianne Witkowski, 61

NORWALK, Conn. – Dianne Witkowsky, 61, a Norwalk activist, passed away Monday.

The lifelong Norwalker was vice president of the Spring Hill Norwalk Hospital Neighborhood Association, a member of the Coalition of Norwalk Neighborhoods (CNNA) and was on the Tree Advisory Committee. She is described as an animal lover who enjoyed cooking, being outdoors and taking care of her family. She had a passion for arts and crafts, antiques, and possessed an encyclopedic knowledge of many topics, according to her obituary on the Magner Funeral Home website.

She is survived by her husband Allan Raymond, a part of her life for 51 years, her two sons, Christopher and Jason Witkowsky, two brothers, Robert and Frank Prastine, and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.


3 responses to “Dianne Witkowski, 61”

  1. Diane C2

    A great loss for Norwalk – Dianne was a beautiful person, whose contributions to the city as an activist and voice for the underdog (and dogs..and cats..and trees…and impoverished…and fearful) will live on.
    I’ll try not to cry at her funeral today for having lost her, but will smile instead for having known her. Rest in Peace DW.

  2. Mike Mushak

    I second that emotion from Diane C2. She was a wonderful person and will be missed. I will never forget her.

  3. Don’t Panic

    She will be missed.

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