Diane Marie Hall

Hall, Diane Pic

Diane Marie Hall, 54, of Stapleton, died Friday, June 26, 2020 at Great Plains Health.  She was born October 27, 1965 to Harold and Catherine (Fahnholz) Fischer at Hastings, NE.   Diane lived her childhood years in Keystone and Paxton, NE.  She graduated from Paxton High School with the class of 1985.  Then moved to Scottsbluff and attended Western NE Community College.  She married David Felipe Caudillo in June of 1986.  To this union 3 children were born, Brittany, Nicole and Valerie.  The family lived in Scottsbluff, moved to Grant, NE then to Darr, NE to be closer to her parents.  Diane was married and had a daughter Cassandra in Kearney, NE.  On May, 1, 2010 Diane married Wayne Hall in North Platte, as she welcomed a son Joe to her family. Diane and Wayne lived in North Platte until they moved to Stapleton in 2012. 

Diane was an amazing wife, mother, grandmother and friend.  She loved her grandbabies dearly.  She will be remembered by her contagious laugh, smile on her face and she never knew a stranger.  Any room would light up when Diane walked in.  She volunteered at the Stapleton Public Library.

Survivors include her husband, Wayne, of Stapleton; father, Harold Fischer, No Platte; children, Brittany (Ian Anderson) Caudillo, Crawford, NE, Nicole Caudillo, No Platte, Valerie (Dequan) Navarrete, No Platte, Cassandra (Eric) Hall, Stapleton, NE, Joseph Hall, Cathleen (Grant) Krentz of No Platte; grandbabies, Payton, Haley, Fayt, Mason, Isayah, Jayden, David, Harmanie, Symphony, Lyric, Angelize, Zeydin, Felycity, Deklyn.  Siblings of heart; Rodney and Cindy Wheeler, No Platte, Valerie and Walter Harrington, Peru, NE, Carol and Alex Pineda, NE, Buril and Joan Hardin, Missouri; numerous other family members and friends.  Preceded in death by her mother, uncles, aunts, grandparents and her son Cory. 

A memorial has been established in her memory.  A private celebration of life services will be held at a later date.   Adams and Swanson’s Funeral Home is entrusted with arrangements.  Online condolences may be directed to