Diane M. (Mosher) Nicolar, age 79

of Quincy

Diane M. (Mosher) Nicolar, age 79

Diane M. (Mosher) Nicolar, age 79, of Quincy, died peacefully, Saturday, November 6, 2021.

Diane was born in Worcester, to the late Roy and Evelyn (Benson) Mosher. She was raised and educated in Weymouth. She had lived in Quincy for the past thirty-five years, previously in Weymouth.

She worked as a bartender at various restaurants and establishments. Diane also worked for a short time as a monitor for Parks Trans in Stoughton.

Diane enjoyed crocheting, especially afghans, for which she was well-known. She also enjoyed playing Bingo and was an avid sports fan, especially baseball and football.

Beloved companion of the late James D. Graham.

Devoted mother of Eric J. Whittaker of Quincy and the late Danny Lee Nicolar.

Loving grandmother of Eric, Joshua, Ethan, Annabelle, and Talina.

She is also survived by James’ children, James Graham and Scott Graham, both of Weymouth.

At the request of the family, funeral services are private.

For those who wish, donations in Diane’s memory may be made to Vietnam Veterans of America, 8719 Colesville Rd., Suite 100, Silver Spring, MD 20910 or www.vva.org.


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  • Thank you Sweeney Brothers for everything especially Frank for keeping me in touch with all the help with all the phone calls etc.

  • Eric, I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your Mom. I loved her so much. She was such a pleasant resident and friend to me for the 3 years I have lived at 125 Granite St. She was one of the first people to welcome me to the building and to bingo.
    I also want to thank you for all your help with my packages over the years.
    At least now she can play bingo with my Mom and grandmother.

  • Eric , We are so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. We considered Buffy part of the family. She was a wonderful partner to my brother Jim, they had been together for many years we actually thought of her as our “sister-in-law”. Your mom was a very proud grandmother!, she always talked about the grandchildren every time we spoke. Your mom will be greatly missed and always in our hearts.