Recently, Mercy Health joined forces with the Worley family at the Washington Township Fire Department in Point Place as part of their ongoing efforts to raise awareness during National Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month. In doing so, they aim to shed light on the importance of understanding and recognizing the signs and risks associated with brain aneurysms.
Angela Sobczak, Diane’s daughter, shared her family’s journey, stating, “When my mom suffered from a brain aneurysm, it was a shock to us all. While we cannot bring my mom back, we honor her memory by dedicating ourselves to promoting brain aneurysm awareness. Our hope is to prevent another family from experiencing the pain and sorrow that we have endured. My mom was an incredible person who had a heart for volunteering, particularly with the Boys and Girls Club. I am certain that she would want us to continue this mission and help others.”
In celebrating Diane’s life, her family has embarked on a mission to ensure that others are informed about brain aneurysms, their symptoms, and the importance of early detection and intervention. Through their efforts, they aim to make a positive impact on their community and beyond, preventing others from enduring the same challenges they faced.
Diane Worley’s memory lives on in the hearts of those who knew and loved her. Her legacy now includes a commitment to raising awareness, saving lives, and spreading hope in the fight against brain aneurysms. As we remember Diane, may her dedication to helping others serve as an enduring inspiration to us all.