Dianne “Doris” Ienn
August 28, 1940 – November 26, 2022
VISITATION: Thursday, December 1st, 5PM, with 7PM VIGIL, at West Center Chapel.
MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL: Friday, December 2nd, 10AM, St. Gerald’s Chapel, 7857 Lakeview St, Ralston. Interment: Calvary Cemetery.
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Interment: Evergreen Memorial Park
Memorials will be directed by the family.
Preceded in death by parents, Ward and Ila Flannigan; brother Rodger Flannigan; husband, Frank Ienn; sons, Stacey and Kyle Ienn; and daughter, Jody Ienn.
Survived by brothers: Dan Flannigan (Dorothy), Jeff Flannigan (Aleta), and Randy Flannigan; sister Barb Friedel; sons: Alan Ienn (Kristine) and Dana Ienn (Stephanie); daughter-in-law, Christine Ienn; grandchildren: Brandon Ienn (Raquel), Colin Ienn (Sophie), Kylee Sparano (Jamy), Kelsie Barth (Tanner), Alanna Ienn, Riley, Gavin, and Nolan Ienn; great-grandchildren: Remi and Riker Sparano, Sean, Dominic, Bailey, Serenity, Ava and Chance Ienn.
Dianne loved to travel and do her crafts. She would make Kleenex box covers with a theme for every holiday. Dianne loved her decorated sweatshirts and, like her crafts, had one for every holiday and occasion. When she wasn’t making crafts or following her kids in sporting events, she enjoyed visiting with friends at the Legion Club or Village Bar. She enjoyed a Miller Lite with a glass of ice. Yes, I said she had to drink her Miller Lite with a glass of ice. Dianne loved watching Nebraska Husker football and never missed a game from her couch. For her last game, she got to see Nebraska beat Iowa, and you can bet she was thrilled and smiling from ear to ear.