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Diana Guariglia

March 3, 1958 August 12, 2018
Diana Guariglia
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Diana C. Guariglia, 60, of West Peoria passed away Sunday, August 12, 2018 at UnityPoint Health Methodist in Peoria. She was born March 3, 1958 in Peoria to Robert and Phyllis Moore Endsley. She married Scot P. Guariglia September 21, 1996 in Dunlap; he survives. She is also survived by her daughter, Sarah (Ben) Turney; son, Mike (Cheri) Crebo; grandson, Marshall Turney; father, Robert Endsley; sister, Patty May; nieces, Julia and Melissa and nephew, Kyle. Her mother, Phyllis Endsley; brother, Steve Endsley and nephew, Andy preceded her in death.

Diana was possibly one of the longest living survivors of Chron's disease in the world, diagnosed when she was a teenager about 45 years earlier. After a bowl resection when she was young, her life became difficult. A surgery related to cancer about 18 months ago accelerated her challenges significantly.

Diana held a strong passion to help heal people exhibiting an unusual talent. With just a thought she could send intense healing energy for those in need and had searched most of her life to understand exactly what that was all about. It was something she was born with. When she was born, she was expected to be still-born, as no heartbeat was detected before birth. Very strange indeed. She later studied beliefs from all around the world including Christianity, Buddhism, Deeksha, Yoga, Reiki and much more making it fascinating to learn from her about these things and her related discoveries.

Diana's passing represents a very important statement. She believed if she got conventional treatments for cancer she would have died much earlier. It is believed to be possible that a potential cause of the active cancer that took her life may have been related to toxic drugs given to her for Chron's decades ago as this was a new condition of cancer that took her life. Diana had stated she was one in 50 million people with a squamous cell rectal cancer like this. She had spoken through her actions, and with her life, that it was her opinion that even a natural death held at bay or possibly cured through a nutritional approach could be a preferable option to conventional cancer treatments for people of her age.

If you would like to make a contribution to the alternative effort at prevention and working with cancer please do so by attending the Wellness Symposium on October 21st at Quality Inn and Suites in Peoria, IL from 9am-4pm. Contact Jean Jockisch at 309-224-7021. Please be inclined to be the best you can be for your family and friends.

Cremation has been accorded and a Celebration of Life event for Diana Guariglia will be a pot-luck on September 1st from 2-5pm at: 310 Tazewell Street, Spring Bay, IL.
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