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Donna D. Blose

Born: Mon., Feb. 12, 1940
Died: Sat., Sep. 6, 2008

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Mrs. Donna D. Blose, 68, of Kittanning passed away 3:30 AM Saturday, September 6th, 2008 at Allegheny Gerneral Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA.Mrs. Blose was born in Pittsburgh, PA on February 12, 1940, the daughter of the late Theodore Carrell and Virginia (Dammes) Deveney. She was the widow of William E. Blose who passed on February 19, 1996.Mrs. Blose attended Evangel Heights Assembly of God Church in Buffalo Township and Center Hill Church of the Brethren in Kittanning. She was a patient librarian at the Butler VA Hospital for 25 years, retiring in 1997. Donna was a 1958 graduate of Aspinwall High School. She was a member of the Armstrong County Foundation and enjoyed playing cards and spending time with her family. She was very fortunate to have very good and faithful caregivers, Theresa Goldinger, Tammy Steubgen, Gloria Miska, and Pat.Surviving are 2 daughters; Elizabeth (Marty) Johnson of Sarver and Laurie (Blake) Glenn of Manhattan, NY. Her 4 Grandchildren Dorian Brooks, London Johnson, Elyce Glenn, and Madeline Glenn and her adoptive mother Geneva Deveney. Donna is also survived by brother-in-laws Edward (Irene) Blose of Phoenix, AZ, and Dennis (Mardell) Blose of Kittanning, PA and sister-in-laws Noreita (Kenneth) Wolfe and Harriett (Frank) Welnetz of Arkansas; nephews Edward Blose, Jr, Robert (Pam) Blose, Earl Chapman (Tami) Blose, Gregg (Sharon) Wolfe, Keith (Jami) Wolfe, Bryan (Lexi) Blose, Britt (Molly) Blose, Bradley (Emily) Blose, Douglas Brewer, James Brewer, Bruce Welnetz, Ryan (Ally) Welnetz, Stephen Welnetz, and Jeffrey Welnetz and nieces Pamala Steiner and Leeann Steiner.In addition to her parents and husband, Mrs. Blose was preceded in death by an adoptive mother Mary Woodward.Family and friends are being received on Monday September 8, from 1-3 PM at REDMOND FUNERAL HOME, INC. 524 High St. Freeport, and on Monday September 8, from 6-8 PM. at Center Hill Church of the Brethren, Kittanning. . A funeral service will be held at Center Hill Church of the Brethren, at 8:00 PM on Monday, September 8th, with Reverend Dr. Wes Berkibile and Reverend Dr. Ron Shafer officiating. At Donna's request, interment will be private and held in Lawn Haven Burial Estates Worthington, PA. or To send a condolence visit, www.redmondfuneralhomeinc.com or To send flowers locally; Freeport Floral and Gift, 724-295-5555 or Heaven Scent Floral, 724-295-2375

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Harold & Bonnie Brothers

Prayers and deepest sympathy to family. Bill Blose was principal of Freeport Elementary when our girls went there. Both were great people.

Sue Springer Williams

When we celebrated 50 year's post graduation last week, Donna's name came forward - now we know why she wasn't with us then; she rests with HIM tday. She is remembered as a kind friend in those days long ago. Peace and Grace to the family.

Frank Subasic

Donna was a kind gentle person that I remember from the Aspinwall Class of 1958.

My heartfelt condolences to her Family of Friends.

Frank Subasic

Mindy Knappenberger

Dear Ones ~

I am so sorry for your loss. Donna was a delight to work with, and I am proud and happy that I had the opportunity to know her, and to be one of her email 'buddies.' I, and all of us at the Armstrong County Community Foundation, will miss her greatly.

Please accept my sincerest sympathy.

Dan & Pam Lehman

Dear Beth, Laurie & Family

We were so sad to hear of Donna's passing. She was a good neighbor and friend. We will remember her love of people, family, and her ready laugh. She is now with her beloved Bill. All our love and prayers. Dan & Pam Lehman

Homer and Sue Hawley

Our sincere sympathy to the entire family. We always enjoyed our visits with Bill and Donna at the campground.

Missy (Amy) & Randy Thompson

Beth, Laurie & Family: I was so saddened to hear of your mother's passing. I have such found memories of your family and my grandparents (Bud & Sally Amy) along with all the weekends at Cooks Forest growing up. Donna will be missed by all those she knew and now she is with her beloved husband Bill in eternal resting. Love: Missy (Amy) & Randy Thompson / Evans City, PA

Rob & Tara Hilliard

Britt & Family, So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts & prayers are with you at this difficult time.

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