When I volunteered at TASSC the presence of fortitude, sincerity and determination was evident in Dianna. My spouse and I accommodated a survivor seeking asylum and it opened my awareness to the real, present world of hurt and vulnerable people I could associate with as a minority. Assisting the survivor with housing, including a permanent one, carried on Dianna's coalition of support vision. The TASSC directorship transition to this survivor made evident the integrity of principle unmatched by Dianna. Our hurt world will always be indebted to Dianna's legacy and mission until all of us live in peace and justice.