Donna Newman Obituary, Death – We are in a state of mourning over the loss of one of our members, Donna Newman, who vanished on the 20th of May under unknown circumstances. Her passing has left us all in a state of grief. She was appreciated in many different capacities, including that of wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend, amongst others. Donna joined our organization in 1989, and over the following decades, she served in a variety of leadership roles within the board of directors. She took tremendous pride in her participation and delighted in lending her culinary and baking expertise to the Highland Hose Company as part of her volunteer work there.
She was always there to provide her support, and if she was able, she took part in our activities. You could find her in the kitchen at any given time, where she would cheerfully sell our 50/50 tickets or offer assistance in any other area that was needed. You could also find her there. The image of cardinals, which she considered to be her favorite species of bird, eventually became her signature over the years.
We are keeping her family, especially Marty, who has been married to her for more than 56 years, in our thoughts and prayers at this time. Donna possessed an enormous amount of love for her family and was filled to the brim with pride for all of her offspring, including her children and grandchildren. She had a lot of love to give to all different kinds of people and was very charitable.
We are going to miss Donna terribly, but we will never forget her or the commitment she has shown to our organization in the past. We will never forget the quality time that we were able to have with one another since we hold it in such high regard.
Our Sister, may you finally find the peace you seek and know that heaven has gained an Angel as a result of your passing.
During this difficult and heartbreaking time, we want her family and all of her close friends to know that our thoughts and prayers are with them.