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Donna M. Grovenburg Obituary


Mom you were the best I miss you and Love you so.much but know Dad is in heaven with you and God and the rest of family.and it brings me peace knowing you are together for eternity we are sad you cant be here beside us but you and Dad will forever be in our hearts and thoughts everyday till we meet again someday I love you both


Posted by: Larry - Son   Jun 11, 2013

It's been years since I saw Donna Mae but I remember her smile and that she was a great basketball player..and that Grandpa used to call her "Mamie"...and she was the flower girl at mom and dad's wedding with that pretty white dress...and she is being buried on Uncle Jack's birthday. Good memories are a wonderful thing. Prayers and blessings to all of you..Eleanor


Posted by: Eleanor Pagano - Galesburg, IL - Cousin   Jan 26, 2013

Judy, Joan and the rest of the family, Just want you all to know that I am keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. So hard to lose a loved one, but rely on your many great memories as you continue on down life's road. Blessings to you all! HE is always with you! Wendy and my mother, Alice McILrath (89 1/2 yrs young!)


Posted by: Wendy (McILrath) Mount - Scranton, IA - Family Friend-Judy & Joan GHS 64   Jan 25, 2013

So sorry to learn of your loss. Our thoughts and prayer go out to your family.


Posted by: Mindy (Blue) Deppe - Grinnell, IA - Oakland Acres Neighbor   Jan 25, 2013

So sorry for your loss! Donna was a very sweet lady. Keep your memories close to get you thru these tough times. I still remember when Keith,Donna,Tammy,and I (and sometimes my mom) would go bowling occasionally on Saturday night in Grinnell. It was always a great time!!!


Posted by: Traci (Jacoby) Frahm    Jan 24, 2013

Condolences to the family. I personally remember Donna babysitting with my two sisters and I when we lived near each other in Sheridan.


Posted by: Karen Groves - Grinnell, IA - Neighbors long ago   Jan 24, 2013

I will always remember aunt Donna calling me Shel and Brenda:Brenny. She always had a smile on her face when we would see her and she was always very kind to us. I know that she is in a much better place and I pray for the healing for Larry, Tammy and uncle Butch. Until we meet again, may you enjoy your eternal life. Love to all!
Shelly


Posted by: Shelly Pollock - Belton, MO - neice   Jan 23, 2013