Obituary from Dyer-Lake Funeral Home:
Dianne Jean (Richards) Tebeau, 65, of Attleboro, formerly of Plainville, died unexpectedly upon arrival at Sturdy Memorial Hospital in Attleboro Sept. 16, 2013.
She was wife of Richard Michael Tebeau to whom she was married on August 17, 1986.
Born in Attleboro, Massachusetts on December 15, 1947, Mrs. Tebeau was a daughter of the late Kenneth and Barbara (Bourdon) Richards. Raised and educated in North Attleboro she was a 1965 graduate of North Attleboro High School.
She had lived in Attleboro many years ago and returned to the city in 1986 having previously resided in Plainville and North Attleboro.
Mrs. Tebeau was employed as a medical secretary for Dermatology Associates at their Foxboro location for the past six years. Previously, Mrs. Tebeau was employed as an office manager for Dr. Joseph Rothenstein’s practice in Attleboro for many years.
She held many friendships that started in high school close to her heart and maintained many of those relationships over the years and was proud to assist coordinating her high school reunions.
She will be remembered by her family for her unending devotion to them and for being a generous, giving person to all.
Her favorite pastimes included knitting, where she was an avid knitter and enjoyed making gifts for family and friends. She also enjoyed reading, antiquing and travel but her utmost love came from the time spent in the company of her much adored family.
In addition to her husband, she leaves three children: Shelley J. Reynolds of Attleboro; William R. Reynolds, Jr. and his wife Monique of Attleboro and Jason K. Reynolds and his wife, Pamela, of Turners Falls; four grandchildren: Brianne M. DeVincent of Attleboro; William “Billy” R. Reynolds, III of Attleboro, Catherine E. Reynolds of Turners Falls and Jillian G. Reynolds of Turners Falls; three siblings: Donna Wells of West Palm Beach, Florida; Steven Richards in North Carolina and Guy Richards of Kissimmee, Florida; two step children: Maria C. Tebeau and her husband Ronald Reid of Marlboro and Christopher M. Tebeau of Medway and several nieces, nephews, extended family members and friends.
She was the sister of the late Denise Stroyeck.