From Caren Mahar, XP Society
I first met Diana when I approached the Dyson Foundation in the late 1990's. My daughter had been diagnosed with a rare, genetic disease where we were told she would never see the light of day and die young from skin cancers. My husband and I started the XP Society to find other families, figure out how to live our lives and share support and tips. She took time with me, not in a monetary gift, but vital time to teach me some early fundraising basics that became the backbone of how we finance our activities now. She didn't have to do anything at all, but she cared for all people and graciously helped us in more ways than she will ever know. I think of Diana often and appreciate her wonderful gift to us and to so many. You will be sorely missed Diana!