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Diane Townes Salter

Deceased: 01/12/17

Diane passed away on January 12, 2017 at the age of 67. She was the Minute Clerk for over 20 years for the Jefferson County Commission until her illness. She is preceded in death by her parents: John and Mary Carpenter. Grandson: Tyler Evans. Also pre-deceased by her husband "Dude" Salter. Survivors Include her daughter: Alicia Evans. Sister: Pat Harvey (Pat). Ronnie Carpenter(Judy). Grandson: Zachary Evans and numerous nieces, nephews and friends. Funeral services will be on Monday, January 16, 2017 at 2:00 P.M. with a time of visitation beginning at 1:00. Services will be held at Patterson-Forest Grove Funeral Home. Burial will follow the services at Forest Grove Memorial Gardens. Rev. Phillip Hill officiating.

Guests

jacqueline Carter
My prayers and thoughts are with you at this time. May God Bless and Keep you all.

Maria Knight
May fond memories of times spent together bring you comfort at this most difficult time.

Randy Godeke
Will be missed by all. A southern LADY.

Jennifer Sherrod
Diane was the BEST! She was so helpful when it came to remembering details of commission meetings. She was always willing to help and had such a sweet disposition. RIP, my friend.

Kimberley Walton Washington
My prayers and thoughts are with at this time of such a great loss. She was a wonderful person. God Bless you all

Susan Pate
Diane was always so helpful and kind. There were times when she was a much needed resource of information & she never hesitated to help when asked. I would see her most every day at the courthouse & she would always have a smile & friendly greeting for me. May God bless & comfort her family & friends.

Commissioner Joe Knight
Diane was an awesome lady. She did an outstanding job recording the business of the Jefferson County Commission for the past twenty years. Although quiet and reserved, she never missed a beat. I sat next to her at every commission meeting for over 5 years and am a better person for having known her. God bless you my friend.

Tony &Teresa Petelos
Diane was such a committed employee. She always did such a great job. Everytime we drove by her home in Adger, you knew she was a devoted Alabama football fan because of her decorations! Give the "Bear" a big hug sweet lady! Eternal be her memory!

Janell Little
I will really miss my beach buddy. She was a sweet person.

Paula Leeth-Potter
My Sympathy and Condolences to the family. Diane touched so many lives here through her work here in Jefferson County. She was kind and very humble. She was so very helpful to me when I started to work here.