Donna S. Martin

October 1, 1957July 26, 2018

Martin, Donna S. (Boyle) long time resident of Norwood, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on July 26, 2018.

Devoted mother of Nickolas Martin and Dylan Martin, both of Norwood. Caring daughter of Helen Boyle. Dear sister of Daniel and his wife Diann, Donald and his wife Sherry, and Diane. Donna is lovingly survived by many cousins and friends.

A native of Old Town, Maine, Donna attended the University of Maine at Orono, graduated with a degree in nursing. Her career consisted of appointments in clinical research, patient relations, risk management, compliance, and quality improvement. She will be missed by the entire Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Community, where she worked for the past 33 years.

Donna was a caregiver at her core. Her life revolved around her two boys. Her unconditional love for them was admired by everyone around her. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the charity of your choice.

At the request of the family, all services were private.


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Lynn Wilson

November 4, 2018

I had the pleasure to spend a great bit of time with her when I first moved to old town me. We had a lot of fun together. She had a very warm and caring heart. Donna would always do what she could for anyone that was struggling. And had a real soft spot for the ones she was close to.
Donna is greatly missed and I feel honored to have had her as a friend
I love you Donna

Roxane Twombly

September 9, 2018

Just found out about cousin Donna's Passing from Aunt Burnice (Bunny). Very sorry to hear this news, I knew she was a Nurse.
I see that she dedicated 33 years to the Nursing Profession, I remember what a sweet person she was, I am sure she will be missed.
My Sympathy's to her Two Sons Nickolas and Dylan and her Brother Donald and Sister Diann and their families.
My Heartfelt Sympathy to you all, Cousin, Roxane Twombly & Family

D. F.

August 21, 2018

May the undeserve kindness be with the entire family as you morn the lost of your loved one . As you begin to heal please reflect on the future fulfillment of the promise mention at Isaiah 40:10.