Donna J. Dunnavan
29 junio , 1928 – 19 junio , 2020
Donna June Dunnavan, 91, of Machesney Park, IL, passed away peacefully Friday morning, June 19, 2020, at Alden Debes. She was born June 29, 1928 in Wesley, Iowa to Amos and Delpha Pearl (Heifner) Krominga. Donna “Junebug" married the love of her life, Delois “Doc” Dunnavan on Dec. 24, 1947 in Deming, New Mexico. She was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, having been sealed for eternity to her husband, Delois, in the Chicago Temple. Donna worked many years for the Amerock Corp. retiring from there. She enjoyed walking, crossword and cryptoquote puzzles, starting her mornings doing them. Donna enjoyed cooking and baking for her family for picnics and special occasions. She is lovingly remembered for her delicious toffee squares, ribs, scalloped corn and strawberry jello dessert. She was an avid Chicago Bulls fan. Basketball was her game! Donna is loved and will be missed by her children, Deborah Dunnavan, Denise Black(Duane), Daniel (Nancy), 15 grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren, 4 great great grandchildren with another arriving in August. Also survived by a brother and sister-in-law, Roger and Maryann Krominga and numerous nieces and nephews. Donna was a ray of sunshine to those around her, ever optimistic and hopeful. She is predeceased by her parents, brothers and sisters, husband Delois, son David, grandson Daniel and many relatives and loved ones. “God be with you til we meet again, mom”.
viernes, 26 junio , 2020
Donna J. Dunnavan
Kerry and Eileen Sanofsky
27 junio , 2020
Our deepest sympathies are extended to the Dunnavan Family. May you find peace and some level of comfort at this difficult time. Sister Dunnavan was so delightful to be around. She was definitely a ray of sunshine and so very optimistic. She always made us feel special when we came into town and visited with her. What a great example of patience, kindness, and love, she was. We know she is enjoying her reunion with her sweetheart Doc and other family members.
Kerry & Eileen
26 junio , 2020
I just wanted to offer my deepest sympathies to your family. Doc and Donna were the most amazing people I had ever met in my life... It comforts me to know they are together again... so many wonderful memories of our trips to Rockford... as Doc would say... here come those Haw...Haw...Haw... Hawkeyes!... Donna always made us feel so welcomed... I appreciated how they always made Sheila such a special part of their lives. On behalf of Adam, Alex, and Sara... we all loved Doc and Donna so much (and yes, the rest of you too!) they will always hold a special place in our hearts. I'm so glad Sheila could attend ... Donna was like a mother to her and that shows what a loving, caring, and wonderful person she was her entire life... God Bless all your families and cherish all the wonderful memories that Doc and Donna created for all of you.
26 junio , 2020
Donna was really nice lady .I met her and doc when i was a park foreman at aldeen park . Your folks were very nice to me they would stop by and we would chat and solve all the worlds problems all in one visit.Donna im sure doc is glad to hold you in his arms again.Rest in peace Donna the world is a better because of you.Until we meet again .
Bill and Nancy Lamps
24 junio , 2020
We are very sorry for your loss, Donna was special, she always had a pleasant greeting when seeing others. She will be missed.
Love, Bill and Nancy