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Deeds for Diane



In March 17th, 2013, we lost one of the sweetest and longest standing members of our Healing Hands team, Diane Jacoby. Her passing left us at a loss, as her loving and generous presence was always a balm for us. We have learned to accept that she left to be at peace with her Higher Power.


Diane was a part of our Healing Hands family for 15 years. During this time, not only were we privileged to work so closely with her, we were even more privileged to call her our dear friend.


Diane was a remarkable person, unlike any other. Her positivity, kind words and beautiful soul were ever-present. Everyone whose life has been touched by Diane can agree, and we all feel blessed to have had her as a part of our lives. Diane was passionate about her work and her ability to help and heal others. We know that for those 15 years she was with us, she helped many of our clients and will be forever missed.



March 27th is Diane’s birthday and around that time Healing Hands Massage and Wellness Center celebrates. Diane was an invaluable member of the team at Healing Hands for 15 years before passing away in March 2013. She was remarkably loving, generous, and a giving person. Her positivity, kind words, and beautiful soul were ever present. Anyone whose life has been touched by Diane can agree that we feel blessed to have had her as a part of our lives. In an effort to honor and keep her memory alive, we have created “Deeds for Diane”.


“Deeds for Diane” means a day of doing good deeds. We typically volunteer our time to help those in need, donate goods to shelters, practice random acts of kindness, etc. We are inviting everyone to be a part of this special day by doing a good deed in your community on March 27. Similar to a “pay it forward” concept, it could be something as simple as buying a cup of coffee for the person behind you in line. This is a way to give back to the community and emulate the kindness Diane brought to this world.


Thank you in advance for spreading positivity and the gift of giving in Diane’s memory.

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