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Diana C. Hallam

May 25, 1965 - November 15, 2017

Diana Hallam died peacefully at Presbyterian-St Lukes Hosp. Wednesday Nov 15 after a long battle with auto immune hepatitis. She was 52.

Diana is survived by her parents Judith Fermanich and her stepfather Gary Mayfield of Indian Hills, Co.and her father George Lucia of DePere, Wis.

her husband of thirty three years Harry Hallam, her sons, William Richard Jay and Harry Jay Hallam Jr. of Conifer, Colorado. She was preceded in death by her daughter Amanda Antoinette, her grandparents John and Jeanne Olmsted of DePere, Wis. her mother in law Lois Hallam of San Antonio, Tx.

Diana Hallam was born May 25,1965 in Rantoul, Il. to Judith and Geo. Lucia.

Diana married Harry Hallam May 29, 1984. They moved shortly thereafter to Conifer where she began her career as an animal behaviorist at Bohica Acres. She worked for twelve years at Intermountain Humane Society as both a foster and an officer. Her accomplishments include the introduction of Nigerian dairy goats to Denver proper and the making of goat milk soap. Her passion was her horses and her skill in training these animals was phenomenal. She loved their grace and heart. Donations can be made in her name to: Any wild horse rescue of their choice and remember to DONATE LIFE too.


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  1. Virginia Carrillo says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Please find comfort and reassurance in God’s Word. Revelation 21 : 4 says ” and he will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more. Neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away. “

  2. Fran Christensen says:

    Dearest Judy, You are in my thoughts and prayers. This is so heartbreaking. I know you must be suffering in your grief. They say that time heals all wounds so let us pray that this is true. There is a saying that I heard many years ago and has given me comfort in hard times and I would like to share it with you. “He saw that you were crying. He wrapped his arms around you. And He cried with you.” Sending you lots of love. Frannie

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