Diana Loehr Stone '60

I am so very grateful for my time at Flintridge Sacred Heart, the beautiful roommates and friendships madeā€”and inspiration to do good work in the world, as might be possible.

Please describe an experience, class or teacher on the Hill that sparked a passion or interest that continues to this day.

Attendance at morning Mass before school was a quiet and profound time—to this day (with some variations over these six decades) it feels natural to spend early mornings taking time to meditate, study beloved spiritual teachings and pray. Am so very grateful for this life experience.

With Veritas at the center of a Flintridge Sacred Heart education, what value has that brought to your life?

My career evolved to become a television and commercial film producer. Public affairs and documentary programming aims at one major objective, seemingly a difficult one to attain in the 21st-Century, maybe, always that objective, of course, is: Veritas / truth. Certainly, my time at Flintridge Sacred felt grounding in this regard  

What is your favorite spot on campus and why?

Study Hall—it was such a wonderful and freeing atmosphere in which to learn and end the day.  

What was the best thing about living on campus?

Roommates! I had the very best imaginable!

What is your current career?

Retired in 2019 as Operations Manager at Moonfarmer.com.

What's your proudest accomplishment so far?

Without a doubt— marriage and motherhood. 

What three words describe you?

Introverted, thoughtful, intensely curious

What do you love about Flintridge Sacred Heart?

The joy and peaceful energy I always felt there—true in 1960, and each time I have visited over the years. I believe this is a result of the beloved Sisters’ work and teaching there—their prayers and presence over all these years is a powerful and felt thing. 

What advice do you have for someone applying to Flintridge Sacred Heart?

Follow your heart’s desire; however, if you feel a calling, a tug toward Flintridge Sacred Heart—do everything in your power to make it happen!

What do you do for fun?

Lots and lots of reading—five or so books going at all times via Audible.com, to which I am now addicted. Then, knitting, all things culinary, and hoping to start drawing and painting again in the near future.

Anything else you want to share about yourself?

I am so very grateful for my time at Flintridge Sacred Heart, the beautiful roommates and friendships made—and inspiration to do good work in the world.


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