Diane M. Majors

Posted 5/20/21

KNAPP, Wis. — Diane M. Majors, 54, of Knapp, Wisconsin passed away unexpectedly Sunday, May 16.

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Diane M. Majors


KNAPP, Wis. — Diane M. Majors, 54, of Knapp, Wisconsin passed away unexpectedly Sunday, May 16.

She was born March 15, 1967 in Ottawa to Earl Glover and Dorothy (Steinhouse) Glover.

She grew up in Norway, Illinois and graduated from Serena High school in 1985. She graduated from Western Illinois University in 1989 with a bachelor’s degree in business and accounting.

Diane met Kalon Majors when they worked at Wendy’s and got married on May 5, 1990 at St. Columbus Church in Ottawa. They have five children. She enjoyed spending time with family, doing Sudoku’s and crosswords and loved to go to thrift stores and garage sales to get bargains for everyone. She loved her dogs and dressing them up.

Diane worked many places over the years. When living in Rochelle she worked at both Ace Hardware and as a librarian. She also worked at 3M in Menomonie, Wisconsin and while residing in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, she worked at Prairie Industries and 3M.

Diane also was a stay-at-home mother while living in Woodbury, Minnesote and then moved to Knapp where she worked at Walgreens in Menomonie. One thing is for sure, Diane was a hard worker.

Diane is survived by her husband Kalon of Knapp, three daughters and two sons, Patricia Majors of Hardy, Arkansas, Margaret (Nate) Walker of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Amanda Majors of Menomonie, Alan Majors of Knapp and Jared Majors of Knapp, four grandchildren, Marcus and Niko Walker, Chloe and Jayden Majors. Five Sisters, Carol (John) Visocky, Mary Hales, Betty Glover, Sharon (Jerry) Doerksen, Kathy McMaster, two brothers, Gerald Glover and Dale (Cathy) Glover as well as many nieces and nephews. 

She was proceeded in death by her parents, Earl and Dorothy Glover, and several special family pets.

A celebration of Diane’s life will be held at a later date where all friends and family will be invited to help celebrate.