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Donna Mae Lynch

March 29, 1940May 1, 2021
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Donna was preceded in death by her son, Kelly Lynch; mother, Lorraine Fortney; father, Paul Eddy; dog, Rico.

Donna is survived by her daughter, Tracey Giancola; grandchildren, Tyler Cheré and Selena Giancola; brother, Wayne (Julie) Eddy; niece, Angel Eddy; great-niece, Sydnee Eddy.

Donna was a longtime employee of 3M and retired after working over 25 years.

Visitation will take place on Friday, May 7, 2021 from 5pm to 8pm at Wulff Funeral Home, 1485 White Bear Ave, St. Paul. A time of memory sharing will begin at 6pm.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Donna's name to Animal Humane Society.

Services

  • Evening Visitation

    Friday, May 7, 2021

  • Memory Sharing

    Friday, May 7, 2021

Memories

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Tracy Turner (Pederson)

May 9, 2021

Tracey, I'm so sorry about your loss. Your mom and I kept in contact over the years. I'm thinking of you 💗

Denny Pladson

May 6, 2021

RIP Donna Mae, it was a pleasure working with you for so many years and we sure have many good memories together.

Judy Will

May 5, 2021

Donna is one of those most special, wonderful humans that, if we are very, very lucky, we are blessed to be part of each other’s lives. I met Donna at 3M during the 70’s but our friendship transcended that experience turning into a lifelong friendship. She is simply the best of the best and I wish her the very best on her next great adventure. Love you, Donna!

DAN Lynch

May 5, 2021

I Met Sis-In-Law Donna, sixty-three years ago. She and my Brother Blessed me with a Beautiful Nephew and Niece. These last Years, I enjoyed Our phone chats, catching up. She was a Great Lady!

Shirley OMalley

May 4, 2021

My cousin Donna was my oldest sister and her husband best friend. The three of them shared many escapades together.
They are all together now and hopefully high fivin' it! 🙏❤️
Fun family memories for me being one of the younger cousins at family gatherings in years past.
Also in years past... some great girls weekends with my two sisters and two sister's in law along with a couple of dear friends.
Donna was a great conversationalist and did not hold her opinions back. 🤣
Also she was very artistic and a master gardener! Her garden is huge and lovely and worthy of touring!
🪴🌷🌼🌸🌳🏡🌲
She was definitely one of a kind!
We'll miss you Donna! ❤️

Jill Needham

May 3, 2021

Donna was the last person I had a restaurant meal with before the lockdown. I was hoping she would be the first one when we felt it was safe. We bumped elbows goodbye. She never held back on her opinions. She will be missed.

Linda Neumann

May 3, 2021

Donna was so much fun over the years at girls weekend. Sure do miss those days. My heart goes out you and your family Tracy.

Pat Tabolich

May 3, 2021

Working with Donna for years we had many laughs.

Janibe Lozano (COURSOLLE)

May 3, 2021

Donna and her brother Wayne were always a big part of our family household, more like siblings. Donna had a great sense of humor and a very quick wit. Always willing to let the public know her political standings whether they agreed or not. She will be missed but I know she'll be around somewhere.

Adaire Lassonde

May 3, 2021

Donna and I actually grew up together. Cousin Donna was 2 weeks older than me. Most of my memories include family Sunday gatherings where Donna and I and other cousins would find many ways of keeping out of the adults' hair.
For the past many Thanksgivings Donna would come to my house and make me happy by oohing and aahing over how good the meal was.

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