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~ The Princess Diana Memorial Pages ~

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: Fri, 05 Sep 1997 13:37:13 +0400

From: lobo <m1176l@emirates.net.ae>

Subject: condolence

We are deeply shocked and saddened at news of Princess Di's tragic and premature death. Through this message we wish to express are heart-felt sympathies to the bereaved family i.e Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry. She was a great lady who championed the cause of the under-privileged and the ailing."Rest In Peace"

A humble tribute.

Mathias Lobo, Asha Lobo & Johanna lobo, Lancy D'souza, Asuntha D'souza & Vinola

Bernard Fernandes, Ruby Fernandes & Rebecca Fernandes.

 

Date: Fri, 5 Sep 1997 16:17:51 +0800

From: rafaellim@mail.asiandevbank.org (Rafael F. Lim)

We deeply mourn the passing of Britain's most adorable Ambassador of Goodwill.

 

Date: Fri, 05 Sep 1997 00:57:36 -0700

From: elayne vickers <vickers_e@hosp.stanford.edu>

Subject: condolences to the royal family

We sincerely greive the loss of princess Diana. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Geri Sorich and Family.

 

Date: Fri, 5 Sep 1997 15:35:28 +0800

From: relizaga@mail.asiandevbank.org (Ruben N. Elizaga)

Subject: Condolence

To the family of late Princess Diana,

Our deepest sympathies. Princess Diana is indeed a Great Lady. It's a great loss to the entire world. We surely miss her. But truly, she will always remain in our hearts and in the hearts of all Filipinos.

BJ and the Elizaga Family

Date: Fri, 05 Sep 1997 23:43:39 -0100

From: rc <rcmarketing@isla.net>

Subject: condolence

our condolence to royal family , william and harry. rc

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 23:50:26 -0700

From: phil miniel <bworm@cin.net>

Subject: Sorry

Although I never had the privlage to meet Princess Diana I feel deeply that I would have gotten the chance. So few people take the chances that she did, being so very brave amits the ugly world we have to live in. She never missed a chance to challange what she stood against, and was so very strong. Evidence of a true leader and nay a follower. What a shame to lose such a person, a lose felt world wide. None the less a loss that will truley be felt in the empty arms of Prince William and Prince Harry. For they are the two true losers in this ungly game.

If they have any of there great mothers courage, will, and stength to live on when all around you falls. Then they posses qualities of Princess Diana there mother passed on to them the true meaning of Royalty. The ability to shine when all around you falls. Princess Diana you are in my prayers as well as you sons. You have left an impression on the world that will never go away. There where you go next will be a kingdom, and now that you are there, there will be a true PRINCESS that Princess Diana will be you.

 

From: FRANKS GIRLS <overtime@francomm.com>

To: "'diana@londonnet.co.uk'" <diana@londonnet.co.uk>

Date: Thu, 4 Sep 1997 22:14:05 -0400

The Parise family of Athens, New York send our prayers to the children and family of Princess Diana. The impact she made on the world will be remembered forever. This true lady will be missed but never forgotten. May her two boys carry on her hopes and dreams that she showed everyday of her life. May her sons have the love that she had for ALL the people and become great men, they have huge shoes to fill

She was a "PRINCESS OF HEARTS"

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 23:19:13 -0700

From: Tom Hunt <tomhunt@sound.net>

Subject: To: Prince William and Prince Harry

Our thoughts and Prayers are with you at this very painful and tragic time in your lives. May GOD watch over you.

Garnett and Mary Lou Pierce

Independence, Mo. USA

 

Date: Fri, 05 Sep 1997 11:58:56 +0800

From: "Kleng G." <kleng@mnl.cyberspace.com.ph>

Subject: Condolence

To the family of the late Princess Diana, we are extending our deepest condolences. We are praying for the repose of her soul.

Beth, Kleng, Chilyn, Philippines

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 22:54:35 -0700

From: Eliana Khayat <eliana@sprintmail.com>

Subject: Princess Diana

It has been the most tragic moment that I can remember in my life. Words can not describe the way the world feels about our late princess. I don't know of anyone else on the face of this earth who deserves more love than Diana has received from the people. Too bad she is no longer with us to know how we all feel about her. Had the princess of hearts lived to be 60 or 70 years old - this world would have become a better place. We love you and pray to God that you rest in peace.

Yours respectfully,

Eliana K.

 

From: sfahnstrom@webtv.net (Susan Fahnstrom)

Date: Thu, 4 Sep 1997 20:18:05 -0700

We all loved her so, she will be missed so much .May God be with her and her family,there will never be anyone else quite like her she was so special to so many people.

With Love

S Fahnstrom, Washington State, USA, [formerly from Cambridge England]

 

Date: Thu, 4 Sep 1997 23:14:45 -0400 (EDT)

From: PWinans944@aol.com

Subject: My Sympathies to Prince William and Prince Harry

Farewell sweet Princess. You shared your humanness with us and we watched you grow into a fine young women. Your loving heart for the people will not be forgotten. We mourn your death as if you were part of each of us. Fate took you from your young sons too soon. What heartache. Fate took you from this earthly stage too soon. What a loss for us all. Rest in peace sweet Diana, we will not see your like again for a long time. In loving memory.

 

From: dtarzia@ix.netcom.com

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 22:54:20 -0400

Subject: Better to have loved and lost......will miss you

Though only a princess in the eyes of man, an angel who was sent here to teach us something. And that you did. Unconditional Love....what can one say...may you rest in the love of our Heavenly Father, and your children will be loved and taken care of, you provided that.....DMT

 

Date: Fri, 5 Sep 1997 10:40:21 -0800 (GMT+8)

From: "Andrea Paula H. Stuart" <aphs@agri.searca.org>

princess diana's death is a very, very terrible tragedy, but she did not die in vain. she touched not only those she physically came in contact with, but the whole world. even the most ordinary people in this part of the globe are very greatly affected by her loss. she is indeed the princess of the people and the angel of god. prayers and love to william and harry.

andrea paola habito stuart

 

Date: Thu, 4 Sep 1997 22:38:46 -0400 (EDT)

From: LissannJ@aol.com

Subject: To England

You gave us great leaders such as Churchill. You gave us great entertainers such as The Beatles. You gave us such a lovely Lady in Diana. My deepest sympathy to the British people. My heart goes out to her children. May God bless you.

Melinda James

Dallas,Texas

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 19:33:26 -0700

Subject: Deepest condolences from welsh expats in California

[Welsh Expats, Living in California] Lee & Marie Hughes

Our deepest condolences to the Princess's Sons, her family and the nation.

Being half way around the world during this time we feel a little bewildered toward the goings on in Europe and Home in Britain, but from watching CNN the vast majority of the people mourning seem to be going through the same thing.

I would only hope that some good will come out of this tragedy. I have not been an avid royalist in my time and I find my feelings have varied so far during this episode. I must however stand for the royal family, yes it is important for the nation to get closure but, it is almost as important for the young princes to be protect from this media frenzy as their mother was not. Therefore I must commend the queen on her decisions and hope that this does not dissuade both our future kings from taking up the mantle of monarchy for without which Great Britain would not be so Great.

Deepest Sympathy

Lee Hughes

 

Date: Thu, 4 Sep 1997 22:25:53 -0400 (EDT)

From: LissannJ@aol.com

Subject: Hard to Say Goodbye

I can't believe we will never see you again Diana. It is so hard to say goodbye to you.... You were a beautiful person, inside and out and will always be remembered as more than just a beautiful face, you will be remembered as a person who cared for others and did her best in all she attempted. You accomplished a lot in your short life and we will do our best to support the causes for which you worked so hard.....

Melissa James

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 22:14:41 -0400

From: Bonze <buttons@cyburban.com>

Subject: Condolence

My deepest sympathy to the Royal Family.

Eileen Devine

USA/Ireland

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 22:12:20 -0700

Subject: LADY DIANA

SENDING OUR SYMPATHY TO LADY DIANA'S SON'S AND FAMILY,FROM THE HOGAN

FAMILY IN PONTYPOOL ONTARIO CANADA. WE WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER LADY DIANA

AS OUR HERO!

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 22:02:55 -0400

From: Debra Berns <dberns@surfsouth.com>

Subject: Diana's Legacy

I would hope that all of us who mourn her so, would pick up the standard of kindness and gracious goodwill toward one another as Diana did. Regardless of personal pain and the frequent humiliation caused by a fickle press and ill meaning persons close to her, the Princess of our Hearts showed us how to love. Lest not we forget how to help each other.

My heart breaks for all of us - Debra Berns, Georgia USA

 

Date: Fri, 5 Sep 1997 09:52:59 +0800

From: pbasco@mail.asiandevbank.org (Purita B. Basco)

Subject: Our condolences

Please accept our condolences for the untimely death of Lady Di. My family and friends are with you in this time of sorrows.

Purita Basco and Family, Philippines

 

Date: Fri, 05 Sep 1997 10:13:09 -0700

From: Joy De Jesus <jdejesus@natsteel.com.ph>

Subject: Condolences

I join the countless admirers of Princess Diana in praying that she may find peace and happiness in the afterlife. My condolences and deepest sympathies to her beloved family, especially princes William and Harry.

Joy G. De Jesus

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 21:42:47 -0400

From: "Dr. Lawrence J. Rosenberg" <drlarry@erols.com>

Subject: The loss of the Princess of Hearts

My sympathy to the family of Princess Di. Your loss is a loss for everyone. A bright candle, that lit up the world has been put out-we all share in your loss. Drlarryrosenberg@chirolink.com

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 21:37:53 -0500

From: "Jeffrey A. Kriner" <"jkriner@erols.com"@pop.erols.com>

Her love for children certainly are pleasant memories of her. Our deepest sympathy lies with her children. May we all find consolation in her humanitary efforts that she was involved in.

Date: Fri, 5 Sep 1997 09:36:49 +0800

From: lsalvana@mail.asiandevbank.org (Lily K. Salvana)

Subject: Condolence

Dear Princes William and Harry,

I share with you, like other millions of people around the world, the grief that was brought by the death of your mom, Diana, Princess of Wales, the Queen of Hearts.

I shall always remember her not only as a loving mother but somebody who cared for people no matter who they are.

Love, Lily and the whole of my family

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 21:14:56 -0400

From: Bob and Michelle Wilkinson <rhwmlw@tiac.net>

Subject: With Sympathy

To Princes William and Harry:

Make you mother proud! Never be ashamed to show your emotion like she did so freely. My heart goes out to you and the rest of your family. No family should be ripped apart as yours has so sudden and violent. Draw strength in knowing that she will always be there in your hearts all the rest of your days. I am not blessed to have ever met your mother, but I do have fond memories of what I have seen via CNN. One of my favorites is the many scenes of her running to you both and taking you in her arms like every mother should. She added a touch of class to the Royal Family. She will forever be remembered in every country on earth.

My deepest sympathies, Michelle Wilkinson Gardner, MA USA

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 21:11:11 -0400

From: "Thomas J. Firnhber" <TomFirnhaber@ibm.net>

Subject: Sincere Sympathy at Loss of Princess Diana

My husband, Thomas and I, send our condolences to Princess Diana's children, Prince William and Prince Henry, on the death of their mother. We were shocked and saddened by her sudden death and will pray that God provides her sons with strength and courage to continue without

her. She was a good person who tried her hardest to make the world a better place for those in need, for those who had no voice, and for those that the world has forgotten. Please follow her example as you mature into men.

Sincerely, Thomas and Christina Firnhaber Gaithersburg, MD 20877 U.S.A.

 

Date: Fri, 5 Sep 1997 08:55:25 +0800

Message-ID: <00015516.4169@mail.AsianDevBank.org>

From: abejar@mail.asiandevbank.org (Ma. Angela B. Bejar)

My whole family is grieving for the loss of a great lady who is the epitome of beauty, love and compassion. Our hearts bleed for Princes William and Harry. May Princess Diana's soul rest in peace and may she share in Gold's glory in heaven.

Mary Ann Bejar

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 20:25:47 +0000

From: DIANA AND PHIL HULBERT <hulbertd@norwich.net>

Subject: How sorry we are!

Dear Family of Princess Diana,

Our Prayers are with you at this time.

Celeste,Diana,Heather and Kirsti

 

Date: Fri, 5 Sep 1997 08:02:05 +0800

Message-ID: <000153F3.4169@mail.AsianDevBank.org>

Subject: Message of Condolance

To Princess Diana your passing has affected all of us. You were a true Princess to the world at large. We will miss you dearly.

Peter and Audrey

 

Date: Thu, 4 Sep 1997 20:03:03 -0400 (EDT)

From: Carbfoot@aol.com

Subject: in memory

We are truly sorry for the princess and her two boys, but Buckingham better WISE up and get rid of their stuffyness.

Dennis & Gayle

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 18:50:09 -0700

From: Bebe the Unsuicide Child <Arcadya@ix.netcom.com>

Each individual message may not reach you, but I hope that the sheer volume of the outpouring of the world's grief adds some small comfort in these dark hours. A brilliant life like Diana's does not truly end, it continues to touch the world for centuries to come. We are proud that you knew and loved her, and grateful that you shared her with us. Her passing was first and foremost that of a mother and a humanitarian, not that of a princess. Therefore, the sympathies extended are from human heart to human heart, not from private citizen to royalty. Be brave. Blessings and Wishes.

"I know I have the body of a weak and feeble woman, but I have the heart and stomach of a king, and of a king of England too; and think foul scorn that Parma or Spain, or any prince of Europe, should dare to invade the borders of my realm." -- Elizabeth I {Speech to the troops at Tilbury on the approach of the Armada} [1588]

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 16:47:54 -0700

From: "DAVID a> bRINK" <d..brink@world.att.net>

To whom it may concern. I have never bought a tabloid magazine in my life and never will. I feel so bad for her children and family. She was such a good person so will greatly missed by all, especially the lives she has touched personally. Just wanted to say I am so sorry.

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 19:48:16 -0400

From: Jerry England <jengland@erols.com>

Subject: MESSAGE TO PRINCE'S WILLIAM/HARRY/DIANA

Dearest Princes' William and Harry,

Your mother will be missed by the whole world, but mostly by you. Please know that she will always be with you in your hearts, don't ever let anyone take her deep love she had for you--away from you.

Our deepest regrets to both of you and to Diana's family---OUR LOVE TO

ALL OF YOU !

 

DIANA--WE WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER YOU IN OUR HEARTS, YOUR LOVE FOR THE PEOPLE IS BEING SHOWN A MILLIONS TIMES OVER!!!!!

WITH MUCH LOVE AND SORROW, SHARON VAUGHT, 632 DERRINGER DR., BEL AIR, MD 21015

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 19:31:27 -0400

From: Questor@CITCOM.NET

Subject: To Prince William and Prince Harry

Your mother was a very special person and my heart and thoughts are with

you at this awful time. Remember what your mother taught you and carry it with you throughout your life. She wouldn't have taken the time and energy to teach it to you if

she didn't think it was important.

Laur=E9 Ania Miller

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 19:26:49 -0400

From: Questor@CITCOM.NET

Subject: We'll Miss You

You were a special person to the world and you will be greatly missed.

Laur=E9 Ania Dehon Miller

 

Subject: A Poem for the Peoples' Princess

A Poem for the Peoples' Princess

You, who shone like a light so bright

went out so suddenly on that tragic night.

Now your people have hearts that are broken

and under a cloud, few words are spoken.

You so beautiful, so kind, so admired gave

kindness, gave love, gave hope and inspired.

The Country, the World, has lost a true friend,

but your memory lives on, allowed never to end.

Pam Kirkham

Princess Diana, may you now rest in peace, in the knowledge that everyone loved you and will remember you forever. Our feelings were summed up by our 12 year old daughter, who lost her beloved Grandfather last year. She said "I am sad that the Princess has died, she was so kind and nice, but I feel a bit happy as well, because she'll be with Grandad now."

Russ, Pam, Louise and Ben Kirkham

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 18:48:48 -0400

From: ROSEMARY BIANCARDI <rbiancardi@sprintmail.com>

I wish it hadn't of happened. Too bad we can't turn back the hands of time and rewrite history. I hope she knows that the world will be with her to hold her on Saturday, and for many days after that. God Bless William and Harry.

Mr. & Mrs. R. Biancardi, Fredericksburg, VA USA

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 18:17:03 -0500

From: elvii <tpitz@fortwayne.infi.net>

We all loved you diana you will always be remembered your charities were wonderful YOU TRULEY ARE THE QUEEN OF OUR HEARTS

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 15:19:09 -0700 (PDT)

From: ANDERSMJ@AURORA.CWU.EDU

There are so many things that a lot of us throughout the world would like to say. For some reason there seems to be only one thing that is appropriate during this time of sorrow. "Thank You." Thank you for giving so much of yourself. Thank you for taking the time to touch so many people. Last but not least, thank you for showing the world that Princesses do exist, and so do Angels.

If there could ever be one good thing from this tragedy it is exactly what your brother said, "Never again will a human being be able to touch you." Never again will you have to look over your shoulder wondering who's trying to get that one photo that will bring them millions. You truly are the people's Princess. May you rest in peace, and may you finally have the happiness in your heart, and serenity in your soul.

Your two sons will always be in my prayers.

Michelle Ellensburg, Washington

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 23:02:00 -0700

From: e.savage@mcmail.com

It was with a sense of utter disbelief that my wife and I learned of the tragic and untimely death of Diana, Princess of Wales. We share with the rest of the Nation the feelings of loss and deep sadness not only for ourselves but more especially for her sons, William and Harry. May God give her everlasting peace and her sons the strength to face a future without their mother.

 

Reply-To: <@t-online.de>

Date: Fri, 5 Sep 1997 00:02:26 +0200

Our thoughts are with you

 

Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 16:21:23 -0700

From: John McClinton <mclinton@kcmetro.cc.mo.us>

Subject: My sincere condolences to the family of Princess Diana Spencer of Wales and the family of Dodi Fayed

I was truly moved to tears when I heard of the tragic death of Diana and Dodi. I was watching the news when the story unfolded and I was stunned so much that I could not concentrate on the work I was doing at the time. Diana was a remarkable person who always showed kindness and support to those who were less fortunate than her. She was royalty that could actually be admired, and it is sad that the world's admiration of her played a part in her death. She will surely be missed.

Lee McClinton, Pleasant Hill, Missouri, USA

 

Date: Thu, 4 Sep 1997 16:57:04 -0400 (EDT)

From: NRoemer@aol.com

Subject: Condolences

What a great loss the world has sufferred! We will all miss Princess Diana, those who know her personally and those who only knew her from afar. My condolences to her family, especially the two young princes. God bless!

Nathalie Roemer, Vancouver, B.C. Canada

 

Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 12:47:32 +0300

From: Khoury <khoury@dm.net.lb>

Subject: To a remarkable Princess

Diana, Princess of Wales, will always be the Queen of Queens in all our hearts. She will never be forgotten. We all hope that her two wonderful sons will grow up to be just like her. The whole world has lost the best Princess it had and will ever have; may she rest in peace.

 

 



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