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Princess Diana

1961 ~ 1997

Diana, Princess of Wales, her companion Dodi Al Fayed and their driver were killed in the early hours of Sunday, 31 August 1997. The People's Princess was 36 and leaves behind two young Princes, William and Harry.

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Date: Tue, 02 Sep 1997 00:11:55 -0700

From: PRESIDENT <[email protected]>

Reply-To: [email protected]

Organization: A. D. INDUSTRIES

Subject: Condolences



No words can really express the loss of such a special person whom is felt to be a special gift to the world from G-d. Princess Diana was a person who cared about others. She was truly the People's Princess! Never in our lifetime has one person every been able to reach out with her heart and her caring to the average person and give them a feeling of hope. In the Book of Proverbs, there is a selection about "A Woman of Valor."

The beginning words are:

A woman of valor, who can find?

She is worth far more than rubies. ....


She stretches out her hands to the poor;

She reaches out her arms to the needy. ....


Dignity and honor are her garb;

She smiles looking at the future.

She opens her mouth with wisdom,

And kindly counsel is on her tongue.

She looks after her household;

She never eats the bread of idleness.

Her children rise and bless her. ....


Many women do worthily,

But you excel them all. ....


Charm is deceptive and beauty is vain; ....


While Princess Diana was a charming and beautiful woman; she was much more than this. She was an intelligent, caring, loving person, with the spirit of goodness and charity in her heart for all people regardless of whether they were ill, regardless of their race, religion or status in life. Diana was a G-d fearing woman and a pure person. She was a special gift from G-d. She loved her children and her country. The best way that you Princes William and Harry can show your love for your mom is to honor her memory by living your lives as she would want you to live. You are the future of your country. The world looks to you. Your country looks to you. It is a heavy burden for you both to bear at the time of such a tragic and untimely loss, but you must do your best. You must wipe away the tears in your heart and remember your mom's smiling face, her love and her dreams for you both. When you lose your mom, especially such a special and loving mom as yours, it is like your heart has been ripped out. It is easy to feel terrible anger, hatred and confusion at the time of this your most terrible loss. But remember that your mom is looking down to you from heaven and praying that you will feel her love and the nearness of her spirit, to guide you through this terrible time. You can do most to honor her by trying to do the things she started and could not finish. She was the People's Princess. You her sons can be the People's Princes!

In our synagogue this morning, our rabbi had some tears in his eyes. He interrupted our prayers and said that he had to say something about the sad and untimely loss of Princess Diana. He said that it was not only a loss to the United Kingdom, but a loss to the world. We all bowed our heads in silent prayer for your mom.

I do not know what more that we can say in this time of your loss, except that our hearts and our prayers are with you both, with the Royal Family, with the British People and with the People of All the World. Let us all try to live up to the life and ideals of Princess Diana, to be charitable, to be kind, to be more understanding, not to be so selfish or greedy, and to try within our means to help everyone and try to make this world a better place to live in.

This is the legacy of your mom. She will never be forgotten. May G-d grant her a high place in the heavens.

With our deepest sympathy,

Anisia and Phil Newman

Brooklyn, New York

From: "Scott M. Breitenbruck" <[email protected]>

To: <[email protected]>

Subject: Condolences on the passing of Princess Diana

Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 22:38:01 -0400


I' m finding it very difficult to absorb the fact that Princess Diana has

died. She was a wonderful human being, a great humanitarian and a

wonderful mother. I have always admired her for being herself, as much as

she was allowed to be. I am an American and I reside in the U.S.A. I can

tell you that the people I have met since this awful tragedy feel the same

as I do. My prayers and thoughts go out to her family and especially her

two sons. I also send my prayers to Fergie who I am sure will miss her

deeply. Whatever the cause be it the camermen, or the fact the driver was

intoxicated is of concern, but the fact remains that Diana is gone and will

never return. I must add though that her memory, beauty and the wonderful

warm person that she was will live on forever. The Princess will never be

forgotten. My sadness runs deep for the loss of this wonderful lady, but

my memories of her wonderful work run even deeper.

May God Bless all of you,

Rose Marie Breitenbruck

895 Palmetto St.

Oviedo, Florida 32765

United States of America

[email protected]

Brooklyn, New York


Date: Tue, 2 Sep 97 07:08:40 UT

From: "kelvin mills" <[email protected]>


Rest in peace Diana, you will never be forgotten. Our thoughts are with

Prince William and Harry. God Bless.

From Kelvin Jane Hannah Simon & Sophie


Date: Tue, 02 Sep 1997 08:12:38 -0700

From: Peter Balassa <[email protected]>


I just wanted to express my sorrow upon the death of the princess. Tho

her passing has left all of us with a sense of loss, her legacy is her

kindness and good works. Thank you.


From: Cliff <[email protected]>


In the deep of the night, silent loud as thunder, thoughts envisioning

before my eyes, yet it's all too late.

Image of some one, who I seem to know but only didn't flows away, it hits

me then, that indeed it's too late.

She who we all liked, and known for over a decade, the lead of the only

fairy tale of the twentieth century were pronounced dead earlier on today,

a tragic ending of a fairy tale of a beautiful soul who's beauty reach from

the very deep of her heart is no longer mortal.

She who suffered half her life in search of love and peace, now she found

love at very last, but for her own peace, she paid the ultimate price.

The future kings are no longer playful, how painful must they now feel, yet

the king don't cry, not on the face, tears must runs only internally, the

freedom to express emotions apply only to those of commoners, how painful

must they feel!

Never once in my life I feel like this about a stranger, she, the Princess

of Wales, forever she shall be, nor did I ever pay any attention to what

she might have been doing, I don't know why I feel sad, of some one I did

not idol.

Now I only wish I did.


From: "Phoebe Mossey" <[email protected]>

Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 10:07:50 -0400


Words just don' t seem to be able to express the sense of sorrow I feel

over the loss of Princess Diana. I remember watching her wedding (which was

3 weeks before my own) like it was yesterday; it was such a joyous occasion

and her heart was filled with such hope for a wonderful future with her

Prince. Now, it seemed as though she was finding the happiness she deserved

with Dodi Al-Fayed. Had the paparazzi left her alone, she would still be

alive today, and the world would not be mourning the loss of our Queen of

Hearts. My own heart goes out to the young Princes, to Diana's brother and

sisters, and to the families and friends of Dodi and their driver.


From: "Zoomy" <[email protected]>

Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 21:56:26 +0800


Although I am very very far away (from Singapore), I would like to express

my sad feelings about Lady Di's death. She will be ever ever the queen of

peoples' hearts. No one will take over her place.

I hope her soul will rest in peace.



Date: Tue, 02 Sep 1997 23:10:44 +0930

From: Chris Jefferys <[email protected]>


I did not believe that I could feel such personal loss at a woman I

never met or knew, but whom I admired so much. I was shocked and

saddened over her passing and I don't believe the world will be the same

without her. She gave so much to millions of people, but did not take

from anyone. The world has lost the perfect Princess and I wish to say

goodbye and to give her to sons all my love and sympathy. Goodbye Your

Royal Highness, Princess Diana. I will miss you


From: "Toisons de Ville/City Fleece" <[email protected]>

Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 09:44:06 -0400


It is with shock that we have heard of your loss. Our hearts go out to the

Lady Diana's family. Words cannot convey how deeply we feel for them. May

they be allowed, now, to cry in privacy. And may they be spared further

sorrow. Our prayers go with them.


Date: Tue, 02 Sep 1997 09:37:07 +0000

From: Denise DeNova <[email protected]>


Princess Diana was a truly fractured fairy tale. Her fairy Tale began with the

handsome prince that turned into a frog, continued on with a loving "Auntie"

that turned into a wicked mother in law, loving reporters who were once her

footmen turned into rats, and her chariot disintegrated with her inside.

The woman was a beauty inside and out. She epitomizes what royalty, kindness,

responsibility, motherhood, ambassador, and human being stands for. She

literally put her money where her mouth was. She didn't hide behind her status.

conversely she pushed the stodgy isolated monarchy who had lived in shadows

behind tremendous walls of stone and money for centuries, into the garden and

out into the sunlight kicking and screaming. She showed the world that royalty

was a responsibility not just entitlement. She showed the royals as well. She

loved children. Not just hers, but the world's regardless of color, creed,

health status or national origin. Sure she was human, but she was one of the


My heartfelt condolences go to her children, her family, and the people of

England. Diana's public life served to inspire many. A drunk driver at the helm

of her death car chased by a greedy herd of paparazzi is the sad and final

public melodram of this great woman's life. May it inspire the world to think

twice before driving the car home after a night of party or speeding

excessively, just because they think they can.


Date: Tue, 02 Sep 1997 07:54:25 -0400

From: CYBELE <[email protected]>


I was so very sad to hear of the news of Princess Diana's death. It's

amazing that my reaction was so extreme- I never knew her personnally,

never had a prayer of meeting her, but she was such a wonderful light

for this world. I am comforted to know that people all over the world

are as affected by her death as I am here in little Trinidad and

Tobago. As I heard the news early Sunday morning I remembered getting

up early to look at her wedding on television in 1981. Now it's all

over..... We love you, Diana, Rest in Peace.

Cybele Sandy, Trinidad and Tobago, W. I.


From: "Rice, Marilyn G." <[email protected]>

Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 07:30:00 -0400


My brothers, sister, I lost out mother at a very young age. We were

13, 15, 17 and 22. Many years past now, but in hindsight, we, my father,

siblings and I should have gone to family counseling. Instead we all

withdrew within ourselves and consequently created more sadness through

the years. The pain lessons over time, but the loss is never filled. I

hope that Prince Charles will be brave enough for himself and the boys

to get help. It takes courage and strength to do so. I hope something

positive will come from this terrible loss. Love yourself and your



Date: Tue, 02 Sep 1997 08:27:53 -0400

From: Sandra Davis <[email protected]>


Our deepest sympathies to the family of Princess Diana and to her


Perhaps she was too sensitive and loving, and was squeezed out of

existence, as a precious seedling choked by self-seeking, agressive and

overpowering weeds.

Will we now reevaluate our own needs and desires, especially that one

which drives us to purchase lurid written matter -- the real cause of

Princess Diana's death?

If there were no "judgement" -- no gossip-seeking interest in how others

conduct their lives (great and small!) -- there would be no need for a

Papparazzi's witness-bearing camera!

Perhaps this was the lesson Princess Diana was here to teach us.

Sandra & Harvey Davis


Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 22:26:44 +1000

From: [email protected] (M)


"A Poem for Diana, Princess of Hearts"

Yours was the smile of the friendly face, your feelings touched

eveyone, the poor, the hungry, the destitute and the suffering.

You gave love and hope to those who did not have any, and proved yourself

to be a princess of the people.

Sometimes they cheered you, sometimes they misunderstood you, but

for all that you did the people did love you. Now your life is at an end in

this world and we pray that you will find hapiness and peace in heaven,

that which was denied to you on this earth.


Date: Tue, 02 Sep 1997 21:31:07 -0500

From: "Lucena G. Nioclas" <[email protected]>


I have never met the Princess, yet I have been great fan of hers. I

watched her marry Prince Charles, read about her sons, and was amazed

how she have charmed the world. Even here in Guam, the lost of her can

be felt. I along with alot of people here hope and pray that she rest

in peace. And may her two son realise what a great mom they had. I

alos hope her sons will have the kind of life their mom have wanted.


From: Ka-Wing Tam <[email protected]>


I would like to express my deepest sympathies for Princess Diana and her two

sons along with the rest of the world. She was a great person, and I wished

I could have met her in person before she died. It is regretful that Hong

Kong had the privilege of seeing Princess Diana in person only three times.

She will be sorely missed, and despite her faults, deserves a place in our



Date: Tue, 02 Sep 1997 07:54:45 -0700

From: Vito Amorelli <[email protected]>


I have to admit, I never paid much attention to the pictures or stories

So I felt I didn't really care. But I have to say I felt my heart fall

in my chest when I heard the news. I guess I was wrong, I did care. You

didn't deserve this...Vito Amorelli, Marlboro, Mass USA


From: "Robert Melone" <[email protected]>

Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 08:45:50 -0400


My heart is breaking over the loss of princess Diana. What a tragic loss

for the children & also the country. She will live in our hearts forever.




Date: Tue, 02 Sep 1997 07:46:49 +0000

From: norman stanley <[email protected]>


What a loss. Why is it the good die young?...The world has lost a good

person once again...

nstanley Minneapolis, Mn


From: Lynne Ormshaw <[email protected]>







From: Michael Cunningham <[email protected]>









From a Scotsman in Dublin




From: "Durling, Cindy" <[email protected]>

Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 13:25:41 +0200


I saw you dear Diana at your wedding in London, happy and more

beautiful than ever. Now, I must say a painful goodbye to the tragic and premature death of your soul and being. Rest in peace.

Ioana Miano

Mannheim, Germany


From: "Durling, Cindy" <[email protected]>

Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 13:21:56 +0200


Dear Diana-

You left us early, but your memory will remain with us forever. Your

courage, strength, and charity shown throughout your short life is an inspiration to us all, and will carry us through our lives. Thank you for all the good you brought to this world. Rest in peace and God Bless You!

Cindy Durling

Heidelberg, Germany



Date: Tue, 02 Sep 1997 12:43:47 +0200

From: Stefan Verstraete <[email protected]>


We wensen de familie veel moed en steun bij het verlies van zo'n groot

persoon en goede moeder.

De familie Stessel-Minnaer



Date: Tue, 02 Sep 1997 22:53:36 +1300

From: Ken Stewart <[email protected]>


Always be my princess for ever. Tracy Bartlett Auckland New Zealand


Date: Tue, 02 Sep 1997 19:04:34 +0800

From: Jaime Lee Yoong Shue <[email protected]>


I am one of the millions who are mourning the passing of a great lady -

who touched millions, directly and indirectly. A star has set - never

to rise again....



Date: Tue, 2 Sep 97 12:54:49 UT

From: "j c" <[email protected]>


The definition of "Princess" will forever be changed in the hearts of the

people of the world because of one of brightest jewels to ever shine in

royalty. She will be deeply missed and forever loved.

We share your sorrow,

Doug, Jane, Nikki, Phillip and Gabriel Sola



From: "kevin queripel" <[email protected]>

Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 11:36:06 +0100


Diana, thank you for the many years of happiness you bought our family you

carried the whole worlds troubles on your shoulders and now its time to let

go reluctantly.

Forever in our thoughts God Bless You.

Kevin ,Lynn Queripel,Guernsey.


Date: Tue, 2 Sep 97 09:47:07 UT

From: "Gary Delany" <[email protected]>


Many years ago I stood in the Mall and cheered as you returned from St Paul's

Cathedral. How sad that it should all end like this. Our prayers are with you.

Thank you for your sparkle and your concern.

"Weep if you must

Parting is hell

But life goes on

So sing as well"

- Joyce Grenfell

Gary & Jane Delany. Poppy, Fleur, Clematis & Blanche



FROM: TONY KW PANG < [email protected]

DIANA, with your passing, the world has just loss another ANGEL...


Your mother may be gone, it's up to you guys to continue her

work and make her proud.


Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 18:24:55 +0800

From: [email protected] (Ma. Florinda B. Aunario)


Please accept my heartfelt condolences. The news of the tragedy was a

big shock to us here in the Philippines. We have always regarded

Princess Diana as a kind and sensitive person.


Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 20:15:01 +1000

From: [email protected] (M)


"A Poem for Diana, Princess of Hearts"

Yours was the smile of the friendly face, your feelings touched

eveyone, the poor, the hungry, the destitute and the suffering.

You gave love and hope to those who did not have any, and proved yourself

to be a princess of the people.

Sometimes they cheered you, sometimes they misunderstood you, but

for all that you did the people did love you. Now your life is at an end in

this world and we pray that you will find hapiness and peace in heaven,

that which was denied to you on this earth.


From: "Mike" <[email protected]>

Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 19:22:38 +1000


We would just like to express our love and deep sympathy to the Princes

William and Harry at the tragic loss of their mother, Princess Diana.

Our prayers are with you at this time and hope you will find comfort in

your faith in God.

"Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear

no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me". Psalm 23:4

Michael, Judy, Rebecca & Vanessa Mrkonic

Noosa, Australia


From: [email protected] (Rosalia P. Baeza)



We have loved and followed Princess Diana since she came to limelight.

Our families and the rest of the Filipinos mourns the great loss of

someone like Princess Di who is the "Queen of our Hearts".

Our commiserations and sympathy to Princes William and Harry.

We pray for her soul and the others who died with her in the crash.

With love,

Sally Baeza, Linda Bautista


From: "Weisser, Edna" <[email protected]>

Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 11:33:08 +0200


Her Royal Highness,

The last time I felt like this was when my father died 6 years ago.

Until last Sunday, I did not realize how much you touched my life.

Thank you for accompanying us in this life, however short it was.

Where ever you are now, we hope that you are happy. May your good

spirit stay with us and the people that love you the most, your sons.

Goodbye our Princess.

Edna and Jochen Weisser

Bad Duerkheim, Germany


Date: Tue, 02 Sep 1997 09:23:12 +0100

From: D4B <"type network id">


If we were to pick all of the flowers in this green and pleasant land,

lay them all down in tribute to you, it would still not be enough to

express the love and thanks that we feel for you Diana. I hope you've

found peace and the happiness that you deserve from giving so much to

so many.

Our love always, Steve, Wendy, Tom & Ben Wright, Northwood Middx.


Date: Tue, 02 Sep 1997 20:51:28 +1200

From: Robert Lake <[email protected]>


It doesn't matter how you died.

What matters is that you have left a world filled with pain and

suffering that you in your small way have helped to relieve. Your

kindness and love was shown to all those you met. You will not be


I know that God will continue to look after you.

The Lake Family


I have benn working as a member of Freddie Mercury Association Japan to

collect Freddie Mercury AIDS Fund in our country since the death of

Freddie Mercury, QUEEN in Nov.1991. I deeply feel regrets for Princess

Diana's sudden death and would like to thank her very much indeed for

helping both people who suffer from HIV virus and the AIDS voluntary

organizations all over the world.

Motoko Nishida

President, Freddie Mercury Association Japan,Tokyo


Date: Tue, 02 Sep 97 16:17:46 -0700

From: Makola Muslim Orphanage <[email protected]>


The president, Members of Board of Management, staff and

orphans of the Makola Muslim Orphanage in Sri Lanka sends

theirs condolences to the Royal family of the UK on the

death of Princes of wales Diana. It is unfortunate to lose

some one who cared for orphans too from the Royal Family.




Date: Tue, 02 Sep 1997 10:12:06 -0700

From: Martin Smith <[email protected]>


Diana, We will miss you so much. You have brought happiness and hope to

so many people and we will always remember you.

With much love, Martin and Grantley London.


From: Gerda <[email protected]>

Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 10:39:33 +0200





Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 04:42:50 -0400 (EDT)


To the true Princess of the World we will miss you for ever you will always

be in our hearts. God bless you and rest in peace now and for always.


Rest in peace Diana, you will never be forgotten . Our thoughts are with

Prince William and Harry. God Bless.

From Kelvin Jane Hannah Simon & Sophie


Subject: From The hallidays


we miss you and will always remember you in our hearts. God bless.


From: Evans <[email protected]>


I am desperately shocked and saddened by the tragic death of Princess

Diana. Although I never met her, I felt as if I knew her, she was so

much part of everyone's lives in one way or another and she will be

undoubtedly missed by everyone. I hope people's love for her can bring

about some changes for the better in this world in which Princess Diana

played a major role in helping the sick and needy, and all those neglected by society as a whole.

My prayers are with her family, especially her sons.

Goodnight, sweet Princess. Rest in peace.

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