Diana E. DiCamillo Pirich was a proud first-generation Italian American born December 2, 1943, in Niagara Falls, New York. Parents of Diana were Paul and Mary Dicamillo and maternal Grandparents of Felicia and Dominico Gravino. She was predeceased by loving sister, Linda DiCamillo Schultze. She was a graduate of the “Falls” School System and throughout her life kept in constant contact with many of her peers. She graduated Michigan State University, Magna cum laude in 1965 completing in three years her degree. She met and married Michael E. Pirich, September 18, 1965, and started their life’s journey together. They first lived in Charleston, West Virginia. Later, Diana supported Michael as he earned his master's degree in 1968 at the University of Michigan. Venturing into South Florida she made her home living the dream life in a sub-tropical paradise. Her 40 plus year home had a million-dollar view of the Middle River for over a mile. A constant cook of Italian specialties she enjoyed entertaining family and friends her whole life. Also, a caregiver for numerous family members, including her mother, sister, and mother-in-law near their life's end. A most caring, generous, and thoughtful person sending out greeting cards for all occasions. Her thoughts and support of others was inspirational and will not be forgotten. She supported her husband throughout her life with attention to detail and preciseness. As a faithful friend she carried out her friendship with many and long phone conversations. Diana was street and common sense wise and was a mother, Godmother, sister, confidant, and advisor for many. Her life journey contained migraines and scoliosis related pain without ever expressing it. Her journey ended with a cancer diagnosis's April 1st, 2021, and ending Wednesday, April 28, 2021, at home. She was an animal lover of cats and dogs, especially cats Stormy and Tillie, her Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Carli. Great thanks to her Physician, Dr. Yesner and the Holy Cross Hospital staff for loving care and attention. Private services for immediate family were held. Memorial donations can be to any animal group or facility in her memory. May her memory be eternal! Vichnaya jej Pamjat! On line condolences can be shared at edkalis.com. Arrangements entrusted to Edwards Cremation & Funeral Services, Wilton Manors.