Alice Diana Hammonds

June 21, 1955 - October 27, 2015
Alice Diana Hammonds

Alice Diana Hammonds, age 60, of Wilmington, passed away October 27, 2015 at the New Hanover Regional Medical Center.

She was born June 21, 1955, in Queens New York, the daughter of Frederick John Bauer, Jr. and Alice Patricia Hunt Bauer.

She is survived by her sons Jonathan Hammonds and Joshua Hammonds.

Services will be held in Virginia at a later date.

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  • November 05, 2015
    Kathy Youngquist says:
    Dear Josh & JP, I am so sorry to hear about your mother's passing. Your mom was a special lady. I enjoyed watching your old high school baseball games with her, and just having casual conversation about our boys. What really struck me, was how compassionate she was to me and Steve, when she heard of Jay's death. She was the first person to arrive at our house with a home cooked meal that served our entire extended family while we were going through our difficult grieving process. I'll never forget that. My thoughts and prayers go out to you both. My door is always OPEN for you. Love, Kathy Youngquist

  • November 10, 2015
    Claudia says:
    Holy Moly. Diana and I have known each other for over 40 years. Yikes! We were BFF s way before that was even acceptable. We got in a lot of trouble together (she was such an instigator), and I have amazing memories of her and us and all. J&J, you are over 21, so I can finally tell you tales(true) that will make you weep with laughter! Please feel free to contact me,, for any reason. She has passed, but will never be gone, or forgotten. I luv ya, toots! (She gets it).

  • November 10, 2015
    Sarah Glacken says:
    Dear Josh and JP I so sorry to hear about the loss of your mom. She loved you so much, you are all she ever talked about. She was my first best friend for many years, and I have many memories that are always laced with laughter. She was, kind, beautiful and impulsive. I remember your grandparents, Patsy and Fred and Diana's grandfather, Mr. Hunt who lived with them for awhile. I'm so sorry for your loss, she was certainly irreplaceable and one of a kind. I loved her very much.

  • November 10, 2015
    Jack Tilton says:
    Diana was always up, making others smile. She was a hardcore Redskins fan. I'll never forget going to a Skins game with her and her dad, listening to homemade tapes of Skins songs. Her love of the Redskins, though, was nothing compared to the love for her boys. She was so proud of them! We will miss you. RIP

  • November 14, 2015
    Bonnie Redmond says:
    Josh and JP: Sorry for your loss. A wonderful mother she was. We enjoyed going to many ball games together. She was always so talkative and fun. We had so much fun together after she visited you parents weekend. What a hoot! She will be missed by many but only fond memories. Prayers to all of you.