Howe Mortuary & Crematory

439 Coffman St, Longmont, CO


Donna Marie Anderson

May 24, 1931August 4, 2019

Donna Marie Anderson of Longmont, Colorado, passed away of natural causes on August 4, 2019 at age 88. Born on May 24, 1931, Donna was preceded in death by her father and mother, Fred and Ada Miller, her husband, Donald Theodore Anderson, and her brother, Robert Miller. She is survived by her three sons, Philip E. Stahla, Randal A Stahla, Ted L. Anderson, and the father of Philip and Randal, Raymond E. Stahla. Her greatest joy came from the love she shared with her family. Donna was the proud grandmother of 8 grandchildren and great-grandmother of 12 greatgrandchildren.

Donna was born in Rawlins, Wyoming and grew up in Dix, Nebraska. She is a former resident of Kimball, Nebraska, Greeley, Colorado, and Eaton, Colorado where she was a homemaker and volunteer in her church. Before retirement, Donna worked in sales, real estate, and owned several small businesses. Donna enjoyed many of her active senior years in Mesa Arizona, and for the last decade she resided in Longmont, Colorado.

Donna was a high school and college graduate who completed her education with a 4.0 grade point average at Front Range Community College where she received her Certified Nursing Assistant degree at age 80. She worked as a CNA in Longmont for five years before retirement. She enjoyed painting, loved art, music and sewing projects. She was an active member of LifeBridge Christian Church in Longmont, Colorado and was known for making many beautiful, artistic creations for people in need. She was also active in outreach to elderly people and cherished the opportunity to share her faith with those whom her life touched.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, August 17 at 10AM at LifeBridge Christian Church, 10345 Ute Hwy, Longmont, Co 80504. A private interment will be held at a later date at Foothills Gardens of Memory, Longmont, Colorado.


  • Celebration of Life Saturday, August 17, 2019


Donna Marie Anderson

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