Dian LeBrin was born in St. Croix, United States Virgin Island. She was born to the parents of George G. LeBrin and Maggie E. James. Dian is the sixth child of nine siblings. She is the proud parent of three children; Anthony who is serving in the United States Navy, Elton works in the hospitality industry, and Diamond who is a graduate of a Nationally Accredited University. Also, she is the proud grandmother of two. Dian accepted the Lord in October of 1981. In 1987 Dian moved to Texas with her adopted sister who came seeking higher education. Through all the trials and tribulations she went through she has never given up on her faith.
Twice her birth mother gave Dian away, and at the age of twelve years old the Mitchell family in St. Croix United States Virgin Island adopted her. In 2007, Dian was infected with the West Nile Virus, which caused her vision lost. Today she lives with a visual disability and is enjoying every moment she’s alive knowing that she serves a God that gives sight to the blind.
After all the battles she fought, including the loss of her vision, Dian wrote two books; He Was There All The Time”, “I’m Not In It By Myself and The Chronicling of Her Adult Life” which will be released in the fall of 2016.
To Learn More About Dian LaBrin Visit: www.lebrinbooks com.
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