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Given-Dawson-Paisley Funeral Home

186 Park Ave, Coshocton, OH

OBITUARIO

Nona Mildred Domer

2 octubre , 193530 octubre , 2019
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Nona Mildred Domer, 84, of West Lafayette, passed away on Wednesday, October 30, 2019.

Nona was born in Coshocton County on October 2, 1935 to the late Raymond and Edith (Rowe) Levengood. She was a member of the Jehovah’s Witness Kingdom Hall. Nona loved spending time with her grandchildren and enjoyed spending her free time playing cards and working on puzzles. On March 31, 1956, she married Atlee Wayne Domer, who preceded her in death in June of 2013.

Nona is survived by three children: Cindy Domer, Jeff (Marlene Corder) Domer, and Arlene (Charles) Mullet; eight grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, one sister, Betty Lou Miller, and one brother, Jerry Levengood.

Along with her parents and husband, Nona is preceded in death by one son, Larry “Gary” Domer, three brothers, and four sisters.

Per Nona’s wishes, a cremation will take place and a memorial service will be held at Given-Dawson-Paisley Funeral Home on November 12, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. with Steve Foster officiating.

An online memorial can be viewed at www.given-dawson-paisleyfh.com.

Servicios

  • Memorial Service martes, 12 noviembre , 2019

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Biografía

Nona Mildred Domer was blessed with an abundance of leadership qualities. It would be accurate to say that this woman was an outstanding luminary and that her natural abilities served her well. She knew with certainty how she wanted to set priorities in all aspects of her life. She struck those who knew her as the kind of person who awoke in the morning with a clear sense of exactly what she expected from her day and how to set about accomplishing those goals. Nona was a woman who definitely liked order and was most comfortable with an organized and structured lifestyle. When this climate was absent, Nona would set about immediately to create it.

Nona was born on October 2, 1935 in a house near New Bedford, Ohio. Her parents were Raymond and Edith Levengood. Nona was raised in New Bedford. Nona was brought up to be reasonable in her actions and was taught to use her intellect wisely. She was an honest and straightforward child, traits that reinforced her self-confidence. Even at a young age, Nona was credited with having a positive influence on those around her.

The positive atmosphere that Nona generated spread to her family. Nona was raised with nine siblings. She had five sisters: Anne, Pauline, Betty, Caroline, and Ruthie; and four brothers: Walter, Junior, Jerry, and Russell. Nona served as a catalyst within the family. She often found herself in the role of providing fair solutions to those sibling disputes. In every family activity, Nona was able to demonstrate her uncommon logic and skill at building compromise.

In a group of friends and acquaintances, Nona was typically the first person to take the initiative to go up and greet someone new. That quality made her very approachable by others throughout her life. This same quality brought Nona the reward of many friends. Maintaining loyalty to those friends was a trait that came naturally to Nona. She believed that she should treat others in a fair manner, in the same way she wanted to be treated. Nona also showed a great deal of appreciation for the accomplishments of her friends. Later in life, she became good friends with Jim and Ada Richerson, and Larry and Tressa Lower.

As Nona knew in other aspects of her life, she had a clear vision of what she sought in a relationship and worked hard to achieve it. On March 31, 1956 Nona exchanged wedding vows with Atlee Wayne Domer at City Hall of Decatur, Indiana. Wayne was a significant part of her life, and it wasn’t necessary for Nona to be overly sentimental or expressive about it for others to be aware of their mutual devotion. Nona's secret to success was that she always kept the lines of communication open in the marriage and applied the important skill of being a good listener.

Family and children were important to Nona, even if she didn’t always show it. Nona was blessed with four children: two sons, Gary and Jeff, and two daughters, Cindy and Arlene. Nona and Wayne were also blessed with eight grandchildren, Leslie, Logan, Sheena, Cody, Taylor, Brittany, Lacey, and April. Nona was able to keep order in the family by using the same efficient and straightforward methods with the family as she did at work. Nona rarely made a scene when it came to discipline. Instead, she was subtle and patient in her dealings when teaching the children right from wrong.

Not only did Nona find pleasure in pursuing her various hobbies, she also enjoyed the discovery and research involved in learning about them. Her skill at problem solving had a positive influence on these activities as well. Her favorite pursuits were planting flowers, playing cards, fishing, traveling, and spending time with her grandkids and family.

Nona lived her life guided by a well-defined set of beliefs. Her faith and religion were important aspects of those beliefs. She was a member of Jehovah's Witness Kingdom Hall. During that time, she was a pioneer that went door to door.

Traveling, especially vacations, was another way for Nona to apply her exceptional leadership and organizational skills. She liked exploring different places but also enjoyed designing and scheduling the trips in advance. She had real talent for developing the perfect itineraries. Favorite vacations included the North Carolina beaches and the going out West to visit different states.

Nona passed away on October 30, 2019 at Riverside Manor in Newcomerstown, Ohio after a four week battle with cancer. She is survived by her three children, eight grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren. Services were held at Given-Dawson-Paisley Funeral Home. Nona was laid to rest at Fisher Cemetery in Baltic, Ohio in Holmes County.

Nona Mildred Domer knew what she wanted from life and never hesitated in going after it. She could be characterized as a driven individual, someone who understood the importance of achievement. Nona was decisive and outspoken at times but was also positive and upbeat about most things. She was a leader, both intentionally and sometimes by default. If she saw that something needed to be done, she was always ready to step up and actualize, organize and implement a plan.