Donna Ashley

Date of Death: February 26, 2012
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Donna F. Ashley (Gasser), age 65, passed away on Sunday, February 26 at ManorCare Nursing Home in Fond du Lac after a long battle against the ill-effects of multiple sclerosis. Donna dealt with her diagnosis of multiple sclerosis courageously, caring more about others than her own struggles. Donna was born on February 6, 1947, toContinue Reading

marilyn Kirking left a message on February 29, 2012:
Dear Denny, Judy and Ted We are so sorry we can't come to Donna's funeral. I always looked forward to visiting Donna . She kept a positive outlook on life considering what she has had to live with for so many years. She has been an inspiration to me in how to deal with adversity. We will keep you in our prayers and thoughts. Marilyn & Duane
Ann and Phil Dettwiler left a message on February 28, 2012:
As classmates we remember Donna's sincerity and her sweet smile. God bless her family and friends as they remember happy times they shared with her. Ann and Phil Dettwiler
Bruce Kirking left a message on February 28, 2012:
Donna loved Snoopy! Last November I saw a dancing musical Snoopy dog in a store and it immediately reminded me of Donna. I told my wife,"We need to get this for Donna!" We were visiting Donna the day before her birthday, I believe, and she said how much she enjoyed her dancing Snoopy! I'm so glad I got it for her! She has had such a tough time just staying alive these last few years! I hope a bit of joy from a silly, funny "dancing Snoopy" helped her cope in some small way. We also got to meet Bud and Norma as we were leavng that day. Little did we know that they were such good friends with Donna! If Bud hadn't had his "Deforest" cap on we might not have gotten to know them. Bruce and Diane
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