OBITUARY

Donna E. Moyer

August 18, 1961January 19, 2019

Donna E. Moyer, 57, of Boyertown. Passed away in her residence peacefully surrounded by her loving family on Saturday January 19, 2019. Born in West Reading, she was a daughter of the late Shirley M. (Grim) Moyer and Donald A. Moyer. She was employed by Verizon Phone Co. for 25 years. She was employed by Judson Smith Until Her death. Donna was a social member of the Liberty Fire Co., the Pike Twp. Sportsmen’s Association and the American Legion. She is survived by her father, Donald A. Moyer companion of LaRue C. Sheetz of Boyertown. A sister, Terry A. wife of Ralph Haas of Boyertown. A niece, Stephanie L. wife of David Wadsworth also a great nephew Jackson J. Wadsworth of Boyertown. She is also survived by many aunts and uncles and their families. Memorial graveside services will be held at Lobachsville Cemetery on Thursday January 31, 2019 at 11:30 AM. Arrangements by the Linwood W. Ott Funeral Home, Inc., 111 North Reading Ave., Boyertown, PA. 19512. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made in Donna’s name to Compassus Hospice. 1001 James Dr. B34, Leesport, PA. 19533. Online condolences may be made at www.lwottfuneralhome.com

  • FAMILY

  • Donald A. Moyer, Father
  • Terry A. Haas, Sister
  • Ralph Haas, Brother-in-law
  • Shirley M. (Grim) Moyer, Mother
  • Donna is also survived by her fathers companion LaRue C. Sheetz, a niece, Stephanie L., wife of David Wadsworth, a great-nephew, Jackson J. Wadsworth, many aunts, uncles and their families.
  • DONATIONS

  • Compassion Hospice

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REMEMBERING

Donna E. Moyer

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Dennis Clouse

February 5, 2019

I just heard about my fun loving Donna. I always loved her. Even after the break up. Thought wed3some day sit back and laugh about the good nbad times. How we met . our friends the bike weeks at the shore n rmc. I am truely heart broken to hear about her passing. Thought one day we could have 6dilk panty shooter. N. Talk about the fun we had. We may have broken up. But still love you. My donna3

Lisa Sweeney

January 29, 2019

Oh Donna. I'm so very sorry to hear of her passing. We really ran thru it back in the day, this girl and I. I'm sorry I didn't know. I'm sorry for all the time lost over ridiculous things, and awful people. But I believe when the time comes, I'll see her waiting for me to join her in some insane scheme, that makes perfect sense to us. So Donna, I'm sorry we lost touch. I have missed you greatly over these years, and now I will miss you more, because I can't just find you when I'm feeling terrible. Go get your wings, girly. You deserve the beauty of what you are now enjoying. Peace and love.

Debby Nichol (Pettit)

January 28, 2019

Since I moved away 18 years ago, I would always think of Donna. Her smile and friendship meant so much. She always had advice if you asked and an opinion to share good, bad but she stuck to her guns. She spoke her mind as she was able to shock the socks of you. But her laugh, oh her laugh... it would fill the room... and if you heard it you knew it was her. Miss you for a long time, may you surprise all the folks in heaven with your presence. Rest In Peace.
Debby

Vickie App

January 24, 2019

I am so sorry for your loss. Donna was a co-worker but she was so much more than that. I could always count on getting a good laugh from her daily, you never knew what was coming next.
Donna you’re gonna be missed here at the Jud and of course you know that, we will never fill your shoes.
I am so thankful that I could visit with you in the hospital and tell you that I love you girl! Miss you ❤️

Jolly Mirenda (Kulp)

January 24, 2019

I'll miss your smiling face, Sweetie. I knew your "highs"....and your "lows"...yet, you always had a smile on your face on those rare occasions when I walked into the Legion. You'd give me a BIG HUG, and I always felt at home in your presence. ..! I always had your "back", even when Post 471 didn't..!! The "beer pouring incident", was pretty much my last straw, there. You were ALWAYS so loving and sweet to me. I thought about you SO many times...after that. Such a beautiful heart....such a beautiful soul. I'm at a loss, for words. RIP, Honey...till we meet again. God's Speed, my beauty. ❤❤❤

Michael Moore

January 24, 2019

I'm so sorry for your loss. Donna had a special place in my heart and many others from the Boyertown Legion post 471. She would always put a smile on my face no matter what kind of day I had. She will be deeply missed by many. I'm so glad I got to meet such a beautiful person that wasn't afraid to speak her mind. I have many treasured memories with her. R. I. P Donna.

Jacqui Avellino

January 24, 2019

Donna, I know you are gone but I also know you can still hear me. I’m so sorry I wasn’t there for you. It’s with such heavy heart that I have to say goodbye without laughing with you first. I love you for who you are, it makes me very sad that I won’t hear that laugh until I meet you again one day. I love you!

Yvonne Norman

January 24, 2019

I am so sorry for your loss. Donna was a very special friend even though we didn't see each other much when we did it was just like I saw her every day. We had so much fun together for so many years I just can't believe she is gone. My thoughts and prayers for the family

John Dotterer

January 23, 2019

So sorry to hear. Neighbors for so many years but never got to know Donna like neighbors should. Prayers to family in this time. Wish could be there for service but things not allowing this to happen. 😢

Bob Bartman

January 23, 2019

So sorry for your loss prayers