Crouse-Kauber-Fraley Funeral Home

225 North Main Street, Johnstown, OH



15 June, 192614 November, 2019

Donna J. Wolfe (93), passed away on Thursday November 14, 2019 in Centerburg, Ohio. She was born in Newark, Ohio on June 15, 1926 to her parents Paul Starling Miller and Ruth Purvis. Donna is survived by her dear children James W. (Myra L.) Wolfe and Jean Rose, grandchildren Brian (Barb) Rose, Tim (Jenny Rutter) Rose, Erica Wolfe, Mary (John Rinard) Wolfe, 9 great-grandchildren, 9 great-great-grandchildren, step-sister Janice Johnson, and a host of other friends, family, and loved ones. She is preceded in death by her loving husband of 56 years James W. Wolfe II, father Paul Starling Miller, mother Ruth Purvis, grandson Ted Rose, sister Betty Potter, step-brothers John R. Gleason and Jr. Gleason, and son-in-law Tom Rose. Calling hours for Donna will be held Wednesday November 20, 2019 from 6:00-8:00 pm at CROUSE-KAUBER-FRALEY FUNERAL HOME 225 N. Main St. Johnstown, OH 43031. Funeral service will be held at the funeral home Thursday November 21, 2019 at 11:00 am. Burial will immediately follow at Green Hill Cemetery. Officiating the services will be Pastor Dan McLaughlin.


  • Visitation Wednesday, 20 November , 2019
  • Funeral Service Thursday, 21 November , 2019



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Michael Wayne

21 November 2019

Donna will live in my heart as a warm hearted loving woman of character and grace who leaves a big void of kindness. She welcomed me when we first met and fostered an ever increasing friendship throughout the time we knew each other. I will miss her!

Cathie Cullison

16 November 2019

To be a friend of Donna's, was a great gift, my youngest grandson was born way too early, everyday she would ask, (how's our boy?) on bad days she would say (he is in God's hands, there is hope!) on good days (God is good, there is hope). We were not her family, but she loved us, and we knew it! A week before her last trip to the Hospital, she asked (Hows are boy doing in pre school?) I told her he got into trouble for not listening, and had to sit in the time out blue circle. She giggled, smiled, and said ( That's our boy!) What a treasure she was, I am very honored to say she was my friend!