Diana V. Bianchi, 65

April 8, 1953 - Nov. 27, 2018
Diana V. Bianchi, April 8, 1953 - Nov. 27, 2018

Diana V. Bianchi, who had been a waitress at Michael’s restaurant in Springs, died of liver and kidney failure at Doctors Hospital of Sarasota, Fla. on Nov. 27. She was 65. 

Born on April 8, 1953, in New York to the former Mary Elam and Joseph Bianchi, she grew up in Queens and attended the former Mabel Dean Bacon Vocational High School, where she studied nursing. 

After working in a Manhattan emergency room, she moved to Central Islip, where she focused on raising a daughter, Lacy Bejsovec, who now lives in Springs.

She moved to East Hampton in 1994, where she developed a base of loyal customers at Michael’s. She lived here until 2012, when she moved to Englewood, Fla. 

Ms. Bianchi loved gardening, going to the beach, and taking care of her many dogs. She had many friends here and in Englewood, where they joined her in taking advantage of the warm weather and spending time by the pool. 

She is survived by her daughter and a sister, Joyce Vauter of Lakehills, Tex.