Donna Louise Lewis

May 31, 1938June 25, 2020

Donna Louise Lewis, age 82, passed away on June 25 from colon cancer. Donna was born in Cambridge, Nebraska on May 31, 1938. She graduated from Fort Collins High School in 1956 and retired from the Continental Insurance Bond Department in 1995.

Donna was preceded in death by her husband Hal (Harold) Lewis and son Robbie Hall. She is survived by daughters Lynda (Jim) and Kathy (Dexter), five grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, sister Rosalie Critchley, and several other extended family members.

Donna enjoyed traveling, crossword and word search puzzles, playing cards and games, watching the Broncos and Rockies (and even attended Rockies spring training in Arizona in 2019!).

Donna was a member of the Presbyterian Church of Broomfield, a former member of the Broomfield Republican Women's group and a certified Fibromyalgia Self-Help Course Leader.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Presbyterian Church of Broomfield Youth Group, 350 Main Street, Broomfield, CO 80020.

Services are private.


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Carla Helms

July 9, 2020

Only a few years ago we realized that we both had graduate from Fort Collins High School. She was one year ahead of me. She did not come to FCHS until her junior year, so I did not know her well.
Donna was so warm and friendly and out spoken. We had some fun lunches together and enjoyed the Sat morning women's breakfast together.
Donna had a warm and friendly voice.

Judy Ecker

July 8, 2020

I will really miss you Donna. We always had lots to talk about.
Know you are in a great place now, with Hal.🌹

Heidi Nichols

July 8, 2020

Rest in Peace Aunt Donna. You will be missed so much. I love you!

John Buechner

July 8, 2020

As Donna's Pastor,

I will miss her so much! She was a wonderful woman, and was so honest and genuine with the way she treated others. I always knew where I stood with Donna.

I remember trying to explain to her about our Electronic giving program for the church. I showed her the form to fill out, how she would need to talk with her bank, and how she could arrange to have a particular date and amount that would come out, and how it would automatically go into the church account. I told her all about how it was a safe program, and that she could change it at any time, and gave her a list of benefits to her and to our church that would be accomplished. I think I talked for about 15 minutes.

She looked at me for a minute in silence. And then she stood up from her chair and said - "No. I don't want to." I guess that was the end of that. Ha! I will miss her so very much! She was a a wonderful friend to me and to our congregation.