Diana Sue Pratt, 66, of Valparaiso passed away Tuesday, September 19, 2023. She was born June 20, 1957, in Gary, Indiana to Jack & Marie (Mangon) Foddrill. She graduated from Hobart High School and received an Associate’s degree from Morton College of Physical Therapy in 1999. She practiced as a Physical Therapy Assistant for many years in Northwest Indiana. Diana had been an active member of Sunnyside Baptist Church in Hobart, then at Liberty Bible Church in Chesterton. Diana loved spending time with her family, fishing, traveling, attending musicals and playing softball.
Survivors include her sons; Jason (Robyn) Pratt of Portage, Nathan (Lori) Pratt of Valparaiso, siblings; Susanne Lynch of Arizona, Jack (Susie) Foddrill of Hobart, Jacqueline (Chuck) Deems of Ohio, four grandchildren; Samantha, Masen, Abigail & Madelyn, her former husband, Nick Pratt of Valparaiso, and many loving nieces, nephews & friends. She was preceded in death by one son, Phillip Pratt in 2012, and her parents, Jack Foddrill and Marie Zappe.
A visitation will be held Monday, September 25th from 4 – 7 pm at Moeller Funeral Home, Valparaiso with memorial service beginning at 7:00 pm, Pastor Keith Simpson officiating. Private burial will take place Tuesday at Angelcrest Cemetery.
Sorry to hear about your loss but I know it has been hard on all of you. I just remember the old Diane who smiled and played softball. She was a great player. Praying for your family. -Nancy and Jerry Kincaide
Our condolences to the family. It has been awhile but we remember Diane from Sunny side baptist church. Diane was always quick to share a smile . She was a sweet and fun person to be around. RIH Diane, -Donna and Howard Woodard
My heartfelt condolences to Diana's loved ones for your losses. May you find peace and comfort in knowing that she is sick no more. Remember the good times. -Sandy (Fulton) Mullen
I’m so sorry for your loss. I pray fond memories and stories told make you laugh and smile as you think of her.. Tammy Tice
I am so sorry for your loss. May God keep you and comfort you all. -Teresa Austin