Diana Lynn Burningham, 68, of Baker City, Oregon passed away at her residence on November 23, 2016 . A celebration of her life will be held at a later date.\n\nDiana was welcomed into the world on March 24, 1948 to her proud parents; Ireta (Ransom) Powell and Harold Powell in Boise, Idaho. In 1965 she graduated from Grant-Union High School in John Day, Oregon.\n\nSome of Diana's fondest memories include growing up in Izee, Oregon where her father was a lumber grader. Her sister Geraldine, her brother Gary and herself would roam the hills, play baseball, and she fondly remembers hunting and fishing trips with her father. As Diana grew older and started a family of her own, she enjoyed taking her own children back to Izee to show them where she grew up.\n\nDiana successfully completed various alcohol and drug courses which complimented her 14 year career as an Alcohol and Drug Program Manager at the Baker Alcohol & Drug Center. In addition to the 14 years she spent in the rehabilitation field, she worked at the Grant Baker Federal Credit Union for three and half years as an Assistant Manager.\n\nOn July 9, 1999, Bruce Burningham and Diana Powell were married in Blackfoot, Idaho. Diana and Bruce loved to go camping, spend time with their family, and host barbeques in their beautiful backyard. She also enjoyed fishing, golfing, reading, and going on picnics.\n\nDiana was successful and had many wonderful accomplishments throughout her life, but the accomplishments she was most known for was her natural ability to be a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. Diana will be greatly missed by all.\n\nShe is survived by her husband Bruce Burningham of Baker City; brother and sister in-law Gary and Jackie Powell of Hermiston, Oregon; son Todd Welter of Baker City; daughter and son in-law Becky and Joe Lazdauskas of Idaho Falls, Idaho; daughter Sheila Baker of Idaho Falls, Idaho; son in-law Joel Baker of Baker City and stepson Tyson Burningham of Baker City. She is also survived by her grandchildren: Shenae Berglund, Kyla Welter, Abby Baker, Jessa and Ellie Lazdauskas, Tyanna Burningham, Pazley Burningham, and two great-grandchildren: Aveni Berglund and Emmie Dickison.\n\nDiana is preceded in death by her sister Geraldine Smith and her daughter in-law Jolynne Welter.\n\nIn lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made to Best Friends of Baker City through Gray's West & Co. Pioneer Chapel at 1500 Dewey Ave., Baker City, OR 97814.