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Auman's Inc. Funeral Home

390 West Neversink Road, Reading, PA

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Donna Lee Lovell

18 mai 194918 juin 2020
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Donna Lee (Schlaybach) Lovell, 71, of Bowmansville, entered eternal rest on Thursday, June 18, 2020, in Penn State Health St. Joseph. Born May 18, 1949 in Reading, she was the daughter of the late Frank Schlaybach and Meryl (Hoffert) Frazier.

Donna's spirit will be carried on by; husband Timothy Lovell, with whom they would have celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary this coming October 24th; 5 sons Michael Lovell and his wife Janine, of Exeter; David Lovell and his wife Val, of Laureldale; Brian Lovell and his wife Tonya, of Florida; Guy Lovell and his wife Tanya, of Shillington; Shannon Lovell and his wife Tina, of Muhlenberg and brother Larry Schlaybach and his wife Pauletta, of Newmanstown. Donna also leaves behind 16 grandchildren and 9 grandchildren to cherish her memory.

Donna enjoyed casino slots, completing word searches and camping with her beloved husband, Tim. She loved going to the beach and being near the water. Donna was a people person, who could light up a room and was truly one of a kind.

Donna was devoted to her family and her greatest joy was being a mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She relished in spending time and caring for them. Her family, all of whom loved her dearly, will never forget her strength, beauty, wit, and undying love for them.

Family & friends will be received at Aumans Inc. Funeral Home, 390 W. Neversink Rd. Reiffton, on Friday, June 26, 2020 from 10 AM to 11 AM. Funeral services will commence at 11:15 AM, with Pastor Yoder officiating. Burial will follow at Forest Hills Memorial Park, 391 W Neversink Rd, Reiffton. In accordance with CDC guidelines, attendees are encouraged to practice social distancing and face masks are required in the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Donna's memory may be made to Pine Grove Church, 1194 Reading Rd., Bowmansville, Pennsylvania 17507, https://www.pinegrovechurch.us/.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.aumansinc.com for the Lovell family.

  • FAMILLE

  • Frank Schlaybach, Father (deceased)
  • Meryl (Hoffert) Frazier, Mother (deceased)
  • Timothy Lovell, Husband
  • Michael Lovell, Son
  • Janine Lovell, Daughter-in-law
  • David Lovell, Son
  • Val Lovell, Daughter-in-law
  • Brian Lovell, Son
  • Tonya Lovell, Daughter-in-law
  • Guy Lovell, Son
  • Tanya Lovell, Daughter-in-law
  • Shannon Lovell, Son
  • Tina Lovell, Daughter-in-law
  • Larry Schlaybach, Brother
  • Pauletta Schlaybach, Sister-in-law
  • Donna also leaves behind 16grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren to cherish her memory.

Services

  • Family & Friends Greeting

    vendredi, 26 juin , 2020

  • Funeral Service

    vendredi, 26 juin , 2020

  • Burial

    vendredi, 26 juin , 2020

Souvenirs

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ENVOYEZ CONDOLEANCES
Denise Griffin

26 juin , 2020

Donna was a sweet, kind women. My memory of her however is of how much Tim adored and always put her first! He always worried about her and had the utmost respect for her! He loved her so much and thought of her as his queen. He would tell me in passing the special little things like warming her bath towels, getting her coffee before work and making sure her car was warm just to mention a few, never bragging and I believe he thought that all men must be this devoted, they are not!! I hope Donna knew the love and respect he had for her!! It made all of us other wives very envious!! RIP Donna and Tim know that your love for her will live forever! Be proud of the husband you were!!
So sorry for your loss!! We are deeply saddened by this!! ❤️❤️Love Denise Griffin and family💔💔

Tracie Broad

21 juin , 2020

Donna was such fun to be around. I met her and Tim through two of her daughters-in-law about 20 years ago. They were such an inspiring couple who were always affectionate with each other. They made you believe in everlasting love. My heart goes out to Tim and everyone. The world may be bleak right now but the heavens are shining brighter with their newest star.

Cheryl Sauder

21 juin , 2020

Donna was the best friend any one could ask for. So many wonderful memories we had in the time we knew each other. She was never to busy to talk to if something was bothering me or to talk about any thing. Her kind and caring personality I was so proud she was my Bestie. I will always keep her with me in my heart. I love her and will miss her so much. Until we meet again... ❤

Holly Fisher

21 juin , 2020

Too many great memories to list but Aunt D. was such special part of our family. She was quick with a smile and always happy, even when times were tough. Growing up being the only niece around (with her and Uncle Tim having five boys) we had a special connection. In later years my own kids got to see her awesomeness first hand with nights playing cards and games (while she would make everyone laugh singing her silly songs) and just hanging out telling stories. She was an extremely special person to my mom and I’m grateful for the support she gave her (and us) when she became ill. I’ve no doubt mom was right there waiting to take her hand and show her around heaven! My heartfelt condolences to Uncle Tim and the boys as well as their families. She may be gone but she’ll never be far away. You will still feel her in the warmth of the sun when it touches you, and see her sparkle in the stars at night. There’s a new, very special angel, watching over you now.

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