MARTIN Donna Jean
of Clarkston, died October 1, 2017 at 76 years of age. Born August 17, 1941 in Rochester, Michigan, the daughter of the late Emerson and Della Terry. Beloved wife of Ronald for 58 years; loving mother of Larry (Robin) Martin, Kim (Wes) Wilder, Tony Martin, the late Dawn Martin and the late Robert Martin; dearest grandmother of 6; dear sister of Jackie (Ed) Miller. Also survived by nieces, nephews and a large extended family. Donna retired from Crittenton Hospital after 18 years of service. In her free time she enjoyed playing cards and going to the casino.
Wednesday from 4:00-8:00 p.m. with a prayer at 7:00 p.m. a our CLARKSTON location.
Committal prayers will be said at 12:00 p.m. Thursday October 5, 2017 at All Saints Cemetery, (4401 Nelsey Rd., Waterford).
donna was my sister and best friend growing up together on the farm we had lots of fun i have not missed a skype day with our morning cofee for about 10 years up to this fall i will and do miss her soooo much my heart breaks love you sis
Ace and Linda Martin
You will be sorely missed. May you rest in peace, and enjoy you perfect spot in Heaven with Robert, Dawn, and Joanne and Danny
We will miss you.
Bob and I send our deepest sympathy on the loss of the love of your life. We are so very sorry.
Cyndy and Lizzi
We will deeply miss Donna. She had such a kind and generous heart. Lizzi says playing with magnetic dolls will never be the same.
She was the most loving, caring, giving & forgiving mother a daughter could ask for. She was ready to depart us. Even though I don't think I would ever be ready for her to. I love her with all my heart. Going to miss her. Love you mom ??
My thoughts are with the Donna's Family today. No words can really comfort , only time and outburst of tears(truth). Donna's smile was love. A super sweet woman. Just remember, she will always be with you !
Aunt Donna, I am going to miss you so very much. Who will I call when something exciting happened on the Price is Right, I will have to talk out loud because I know that you will hear me. I hope you knew that you was the best Aunt and I am blessed that I was your niece.
Our family will never be the same without you. You'll be missed so much. My heart is filled with grief and so much love. I know you knew we all loved you very much and i know you loved me too. Until we meet again my sweet beautiful soul Aunt Donna I'll treasure our memories forever in my heart.
Donna Jean, It breaks my heart to hear of your passing. I remember you when I was a child as being a very sweet woman. You love your children with all your heart. That is my most vivid memory of you. Very warm, soft and loving energy.