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Donna M. Boyer

Born: Mon., Oct. 18, 1954
Died: Mon., Jul. 19, 2010

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Ms. Donna M. Boyer, 55, of Freeport, passed away at 10:30 PM, Monday, July 19th, 2010 peacefully at Allegheny Valley Hospital. Donna was born in Natrona Heights, PA on October 18, 1954, the daughter of the late Donald F. Pastoria, Sr. and Margaret M. (Micholas) Pastoria who survives her of Freeport. Donna enjoyed playing bingo and fishing in Freeport on the Allegheny River.

Along with her mother Donna is survived by her 2 sisters, Debbie J. Pastoria of Buffalo Twp. and Margie A. (Phil Vickers) Pastoria of Newburgh, IN. Her brother Donald F. (Kelly) Pastoria, Jr. of South Buffalo Twp. She is also survived by her 9 nieces and nephews, 3 great nieces and 1 great nephew. Donna is preceded in death by her brother, Peter Robert Pastoria who passed away last year.
At the family's request there will be no visitation and the burial will be private.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to:
Freeport EMS 400 Market St. Freeport, PA 16229

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Lay Minister Earnest Guest

To The Family of Donna M. Boyer

The people walking in darkness have seen a great light; on those living in the land of the shadow of death a light has dawned (Isaiah 9:2).

We know what it is like to walk in darkness. We know what it is like to live in the shadow of death. But we are also beginning to experience what it is like to see. The darkness of denial is giving way to the light of honesty in our lives.

Of course, when you have lived in darkness a long time, the light can be painfully bright. We see the truth about ourselves, our self destructive behavior, and our refusal of love. We see the truth of our brokenness, our old pain. We see current behaviors that damage ourselves and others. When the light dawns, it is not a pretty sight.

Recovery is God's light coming into our darkness. The light exposes. We begin to see clearly the ways we have sinned and the way other people have sinned against us. But the light also provides HOPE! In that light we see the possibility for new beginnings!

Lord, help us to believe that your light is not to bring shame, but to bring hope to this dark world.

Amen

Respectfully,

Mr. Earnest Guest

Lay Minister


Mr and Mrs David Deer

We are so sorry to hear about the passing of Donna. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Our deepest sympathies.

Barbara and Dave


JOE AND JOANN BACKO

DEAR MARG, WE ARE VERY SORRY TO HEAR OF YOUR LOSS,YOU AND YOURS ARE IN OUR PRAYERS.WE'LL TALK LATER WHEN THINGS SETTLE DOWN. GOD BLESS YOU AND YOURS.. JOE AND JOANN

Amy (Roenigk) Curry

Deepest sympathy is the loss of Donna. May you find comfort in precious memories. God Bless you all!



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