Diana Lynn McDole is most remembered for being the wife of William Alvin Moody, who was also known as Paul Bearer. William Alvin Moody also known as Paul Bearer, is known for his careers in professional wrestling as the manager of “The Undertaker” and funeral service.
Diana Lynn McDole : Bio Summary
|Famous as||Ex-wife of William Alvin Moody|
|Age||61 years old|
|Date of Birth||May 10, 1961|
|Place of Birth||United States of America|
Diana Lynn McDole, who became Diana Lynn McDole Moody, was born to Lillian Genevieve Baker and the late Donald Edward McDole in East Liverpool, Ohio, in the United States of America. She was born on the 10th of May, 1961.
In the mid-1970’s, Diana and her family moved from Ohio to Mobile, Alabama in the same United States of America, where she lived the rest of her life. Upon moving to Mobile, she attended Theodore High School. Word says she was very fun to be around, she loved to play games like work word puzzles, bingo and Sudoku.
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She also loved to listen to music and Mardi Gras. Diana had three pets, all dachshunds. Diana was very supportive of her husband William Alvin Moody and was dedicated to providing his every need and
supporting her whole family. Diana was a member of St. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church.
Diana Lynn McDole had five sisters namely; Brenda Van Dyke and Anita Vincent, both from East Liverpool,
Ohio, Sandra Green and Laura Trimble, from Wellsville, Ohio, and Beverly Ratliff of Riceville, Tennessee.
She also had five brothers, Donald McDole of East Liverpool, David McDole and Ralph McDole, both of Irondale, Ohio, Jessie Lloyd McDole of Clover, S.C., and Jessie Floyd McDole of Fond du Lac, Wis.
Diana Lynn Doyle Husband
Her husband, William Alvin Moody was born on April 10, 1954 in Mobile, Alabama where he lived most of
his life. He attended San Antonio College and the University of South Alabama. After graduating from high school, William enlisted in the air force, the United States Air Force, serving four years on duty.
When he was in the air force, he also mostly wrestled for independent promotions during his off-duty hours. In June 1974, he wrestled as Mr. X. Outside the WWE, William was known as Percival “Percy” Pringle III in southeastern independent promotions which started from 1976 but after his first son he put his wrestling career on a hold and focused on his funeral service business getting a license later on.
How did Diana Lynn Doyle and William Alvin Moody meet?
In 1976, Diana Lynn McDole met William Alvin Moody in Mobile, and there she married him in 1978 on the 22nd of December becoming Diana Lynn McDole Moody, not changing her maiden name. They had two kids, who are both boys. They are Michael T. Moody, whose wife is named Beth of Mobile and Daniel J. Moody and his wife Jami also from Milton.
Diana Lynn McDole and William Moody had 2 grandchildren, Grace Elizabeth Moody and Danielle Marie Moody.
She lived by her husband’s side for thirty (30) years, from1978-2009 in marriage but she knew him for 32 years seeing as they met in1976.
Death of Diana Lynn McDole
At the young age of 47 years, Diana died in her home in Mobile one Saturday evening. She died naturally `in her sleep after battling breast cancer for a long time. Her father, Donald Edward McDole and her grandson Troy Mitchell Moody were there with her at the time of her death.
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Per her obituary and the newspapers, this was the outline of her burial; Visitation was allowed from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday at Gilmer’s Funeral Home on Zeigler Circle West. Mass of Christian Burial was con-celebrated at St. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church, in Tillmans Corner, Thursday, February 5, 2009 at 10:00 am, with Rev. M. Den Irwin, Pastor, officiating as senior celebrant. Interment followed in Serenity Memorial Gardens, Theodore, AL.
The family finally received friends at the Funeral Home on Wednesday evening, February 4, 2009, from 5 pm until 8 pm, with a prayer vigil at 7 pm.
Diana was known to be a loving person who cared about her family and friends dearly. She is remembered almost every year after her death by her family and friends.