Megan Elizabeth Diamandi

Megan Diamandi

Megan Elizabeth Diamandi was born on January 27,1981 and died on January 19, 2019.  She is survived by her husband and son Anthony and Tony Diamandi; mother and stepfather, Angela and David Thompson; father and stepmother, Tim and Jann Leach.  She also leaves sister Tara Thompson-Ward; stepsister Sarah Thompson; stepbrother Christopher Thompson along with many aunts, uncles, cousins, one niece and two nephews.

She was born and raised in Florida, lived in Japan for three years and resided in Washington State for twelve years.  She had many interests and loves in life such as: friends, family, dancing, baking, mathematics, dinosaurs, cosmetology, Hot Hands hand warmers, Unikitty, Mr. Rogers, Julia Child, Ollie North, Bob Dylan, Tina Fey, Anne Frank, June Carter Cash, Florence and the Machine, rainbows, shooting stars, the sound of laughter, riding motorcycles and fast cars, tattoos, decaf coffee, the smell of candles and lotions, to be held and to hold, hummingbirds, tulips, hydrangea and Jesus.  She once climbed Mount Fuji.

She attended high school at Father Lopez High School in Daytona Beach, Fl and started her accounting degree at Stetson University in Deland Fl. She finished her Master’s degree in accounting at Seattle University in Washington.  She worked for RGL forensic accounting, Bank of America in Japan and Trader Joe’s. The most cherished things that Megan did for her husband and son were her endless acts of selfless love as a mother and wife.  The best aspects and qualities in our lives were learned from time spent with her.  She had a deep strength and fight inside of her. Megan was sweet, angelic, caring, kind, creative, beautiful, intelligent, courageous, playful and radiant.   Megan was a gentle soul who left so much of herself in this world just by her example.  She will be missed by everyone she came in contact with.

A celebration of life will be held at 1pm on Saturday May 11th, 2019 at Northshore Community Church.

6 Responses to “Megan Elizabeth Diamandi”

  • Angie Cox says:

    Girl…I can only imagine what it will be like when I walk by your side, again, with Jesus and with you. I can only imagine when that day comes and I find myself standing in the sun. What it must be like to be surrounded by His glory, as you are now. Things like this are what make me joyful to see you again, both if us in His perfection. (Much if what I typed is from Mercy Me). Love you Meg! You were the first best Jesus friend I ever had. My first Jesus bestie. I have not named anyone a “bestie” before or after our Seattle time together. I was never fond of that word, but with you it totally worked. My bestest bestie ever.

  • Angela Thompson says:

    My precious daughter, your smile could light up the room!!! You always had such positive energy and strength!! I will hold you in my heart forever, until we are together again. I can hear you whisper,” I love you mama!” I love you too baby girl!!

  • Tim Leach says:

    Meg, I love you so much. I hope you have found the peace that you so deserve and that we can indeed see each other again. I will love you forever, Dad.

  • David Thompson says:

    Megan, you were an important influence on many lives and your passing has left a void in our hearts. I admire how you served so well your multiple roles as mother, wife, daughter, granddaughter, student and accountant. I am thankful for the time we had together traveling to Boston, Salem, Bar Harbor, Park City, The Sea Ranch, and those wonderful places you shared with us in Japan, especially Mount Fugi. I miss our conversations about family, art, koi and the places we might meet in the future. Hopefully, our meetings can happen in another time and place.
    I love you very much!

  • Margaret Hatina says:

    Oh, sweet Megan, we miss you so much. The sun doesn’t seem to shine so bright, but there’s a new star in our sky. I have no doubt Jesus welcomed you with open arms and the family that was waiting for you is celebrating joyously. Until we meet again, we’ll find comfort in the memories we treasure of your brilliant smile and infectious laugh, the love you shared so generously. LYM, Aunt Marg

  • Margaret Hataina says:

    Sweet, sweet Megan. We miss you so much. There’s a new star in our sky, but the sun doesn’t seem to shine so bright. I know, without doubt, that Jesus welcomed you with open arms and the family that was waiting for you is celebrating joyously. Until we meet again, the memories we treasure of the love you shared so generously and your beautiful smile and infectious laugh will comfort us and soothe the ache in our hearts. LYM, Aunt Marg

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