Diana was born at Cole Harbour, Halifax Co., NS. As a freelance writer, her work has appeared in several magazines, including Canadian Gardening, Plant and Garden Magazine, East Coast Gardener and Saltscapes Magazine. Her Garden Tales column appears in four Nova Scotia newspapers.
Diana resides with her husband and three children in Milford Station, NS.
Diana is the daughter of Laura and Stephen Tibert. Her father was born at Liscomb Mills, the son of Eva and William Typert, and served overseas with the West Nova Scotia Regiment for three years during the Second World War.
The WNSR moved into northern Europe for the liberation of Holland. After the war was over, Private Tibert signed up to go to the Pacific Ocean, but the war against Japan ended before he could join the forces. He remained in Holland for several months serving with the Canadian Provost Company until January 1946, then returned to England and then to Canada where he was discharged on March 28, 1946 at Halifax, NS.
Shortly after his 67th birthday, on May 6, 1989, Steve passed away from lung cancer. He was living at Cole Harbour, Halifax County, NS where many of his family of eleven was born and raised.During the Second World War, Stephen’s brothers, Everett, Leonard and John; cousins Donald, Raymond and William Mailman also served.
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