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Despite his health problems, the family knew he had a lot of life left in him. If not for the virus, he would still be alive today, they said.
The Neighbors hope their Patriarch’s story will help people understand the true impact of COVID-19.
“I don’t want more people to have to go through this,” Lynsie Neighbors said. “I hope this comes to an end soon.”
Contributed by the Daily Journal, Franklin
Provided Diana Kay Wotnow
Name: Diana Kay Wotnow
City/Town: Fort Wayne
Died: June 14
A 30-year employee of City Utilities, Diana Kay Wotnow was a wife and the mother of two sons, including one who recently married.
The 1986 Northrop High School graduate loved music. She loved reading. She loved searching antique malls for vintage Fisher-Price toys, her family wrote in her obituary. And she loved playing with her dogs, Daisy and Dillon.
Wotnow was a kidney transplant recipient who battled the novel coronavirus for more than six weeks. And then, she lost the fight.
A co-worker, Mary Schmidt, called Wotnow’s death a “terrible loss for Fort Wayne; to her family.”
The obituary said she was survived by her husband of 32 years Michael Wotnow.
Diana Kay Wotnow was one of the first 2,500 Allen County residents to contract COVID-19.
“She was the bravest, strongest, most wonderful person I ever met.” Schmidt said in June. “Diana was a young woman. She was so much fun to be around. I can hear her laugh in my head right now.”