Diana Lyn Sebrands

1957 ~ 2023

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Diana Lyn Sebrands had a beautiful birthday as she was reunited with her loved ones in heaven. She passed away early Monday morning, March 6, 2023. Diana was born on March 6, 1957 to her loving parents Ivan and Theone Blain. She was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and sister and will be deeply missed and always remembered.

Diana grew up in Lindon, Utah and attended Pleasant Grove High School; graduating with the class of 1975. She was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and enjoyed serving in many different callings. Diana married the love of her life, Richard Sebrands, in 1990 and was later sealed to him in the Manti Utah Temple. Her greatest joy was spending time with her four beloved children and going on many adventures with them. Diana was an adventurous spirit, always wanting to visit new places and explore the world around her. She loved to find the most unique places to stay on the family’s many vacations. She was always the first to give her love and help to anyone who needed it. We will miss her loving nature, sweet smile, and seeing the bobble head community on her car dashboard that she collected throughout her travels. We will always cherish the memories of the fun-filled adventures we shared.

Diana was preceded in death by her husband Richard Sebrands, father Ivan Blain, and mother Theone Blain. She is survived by her children: Quintin Haynes, Devin (Meagan) Haynes, Daniel (Katie) Sebrands, Kaylee (Christian) Sebrands; her siblings: Warren (Carol) Blain, Teresa (Michael) Braley, Roger Blain and all of her beloved grandchildren.

Funeral Services will be held on Monday, March 13, 2023 at 11 a.m. at the Riverfront Ward Chapel; 3219 South 300 East in Salt Lake City, Utah. Viewings will be held for family and friends on Sunday, March 12, 2023 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Monday March, 13, 2023 from 9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. at the Riverfront Ward Chapel. Interment will be at Lindon City Cemetery, Lindon, Utah. You may watch a recording of the funeral service online through zoom using the following link:



What a beautiful person she was always fun to be around and we will miss her dearly , the Gunnell family

- Robert Gunnell

I am so blessed to have

- Karen Bell

I am so blessed to have known Diana my whole life and have shared my life journey with her. She helped me get thru very tough times and always with joy and laughter. I will miss her so much til we gets to see each other again!! I love you so much!

- Karen Bell

So sorry to hear of Diana’s passing! When I think of her, I see her beautiful smile and remember how loving and friendly she always was. I’m so grateful for her influence in my life when I was a young girl, and for the amazing friend/cousin she was to my mom all these years. I know she will be very missed.

- Karley Arritt

DIANA was a dear friend for many years. Our children grew up together. We once went to Disney land in my small mustang, Diana and I with our 4 kiddos. We stayed in camp grounds. We had a wonderful time. She is an amazing person who will be amazing giving love and service thru eternity. I'm sure she and Richard are having a wonderful reunion along with her wonderful mother and father. I will miss your sweet spirit.

- Jean Nelson

When my family moved to Sugarhouse some 18 years ago the Sebrands were our neighbors for a number of years. We got to know the kids, Kaylee and Daniel and Richard before he passed away and Diana.
She was a lovely, kind, caring person. I have memories of chatting with her about the old rose bushes and the kids.
Although we never became close friends, we’ve kept in touch via Facebook,
A lot of happy smiling pictures.
Sending love to Kaylee, Daniel and the entire family.

- The Washington’s

Diana you were always so great to me when I was growing up, being my best friends mom and all. Have alot of great memories of you.
To Kaylee and Daniel my deepest condolences, you both have a huge support system whenever you need it. Lots of love and hugs to all. This truly hits hard. 😭💗

- Shala Terry

We were so sorry to hear about Diana passing away. Diana was my son Spencer's primary teacher when we first moved into Emerson ward, she was always smiling and welcomed him to her class. We loved that she lived so close to us on Mcclelland street. We felt so welcomed in our new ward in part because of her and her kindness to our son.

- Kaylynn and Gary Olsen

I'm sorry to hear Aunt Diana has passed. Condolences to family and friends. I will always remember her kindness and beautiful smile.

- Jeanette Blain

I just found out today that Diana passed away. She was a sweet friend we had a lot of fun together she'll be sorely missed! But now she's pain-free and in a good place with her spouse and loved ones. I hope to have a happy reunion someday when I see her again

- Laura Webber