Diana Hicks Behringer
February 9, 1943  -  January 4, 2019

Diana Hicks Behringer

National Osteoperosis Foundation
251 18th St., S, Suite 630
Arlington, VA  22202

Wounded Warrior Project
PO Box 758517
Topeka, KS  66675

OZARK…. Mrs. Diana Hicks Behringer, a resident of Ozark, died Friday morning, January 4, 2019 in a Dothan hospital. She was 75.

In keeping with her wishes, there are no services planned at this time. Fuqua Bankston Funeral Home of Ozark is in charge of arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be made to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, 251 18th St. S., Suite 630, Arlington, VA 22202 or to the Wounded Warrior Project, PO Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675.

Mrs. Behringer, daughter of the late Lewis Merton Hicks and Vera Belle Johnson Anthony, was a native of Newcomb, TN. She formerly lived in Detroit, MI and various locations in the United States while her husband served as a United States Marshal
before moving to Ozark in 2001. Mrs. Behringer served as a baseball and softball coach for her children’s teams and also served as an umpire.
She was offered a scholarship in basketball to Berea College in Kentucky and held the most points scored in a game record at Jellico High School. Mrs. Behringer was preceded in death by her husband, Don “Duke” Behringer and a sister, Judy Hicks.

Surviving relatives include two daughters, Diana Duchess Behringer, Silverdale, WA and Echo Carothers (Casey), Lewistown, PA; her son, Samuel Duke Behringer (DeLynne), Ozark; two sisters, Sylvia Huddleston (Ted), Fresno, CA and Sharon Loutsenhizer, Pahrump, NV;
two brothers, David Anthony and Timothy Anthony, both of Parkersburg, WV; seven grandchildren, Jacob Able, Samantha Able, Joshua Behringer, Diana Nikki Behringer,
Samuel Duke Behringer, II, Bella Marie Carothers, and Chase Alexander Carothers; one great-granddaughter, Harper Adore Able; several nieces, nephews, and other relatives also survive.


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  1. Jennifer Millhollin
    Gardena, CA

    Love you Aunt Diane....

    Duchess, Echo, Duke... so sorry for your loss... keeping all of you in my prayers...


  2. Duke Behringer Sr
    Ozark, AL

    I love you mom and will never forget you!

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