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Mrs Tucson Diane Tucker crowned Mrs World 2007 · 2007-03-09 13:00

Diane Tucker crowned Mrs World 2007Tucsonan Diane Tucker is crowned Mrs. World 2007 by her predecessor, Russia’s Sofia Arzhakovskaya, during the annual Mrs. World contest in the Russian Black Sea resort of Sochi on March 8, Tucsoncitizen web site reported.

Tucker, 29, is also Mrs. Tucson and Mrs. Arizona. She was named Mrs. America 2006 in September after a two-week pageant at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort.

Tucker, a city resident for 12 years, graduated from Buena High School in Sierra Vista in 1995 and has been married to Thomas Tucker, a firefighter, for five years.

She works for Argent Mortgage Co. and has volunteered with the Southern Arizona Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.

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