Donna was born April 12th, 1965 in Philadelphia, PA. She was best known for her tell-it-like-it-is attitude, wise remarks, and huge heart. Her favorite place to be was on the beach in Outerbanks, NC, with a beer in her hand and her toes in the sand. If not there, she was at her favorite campground. She especially loved fishing with her loving husband Eric, to whom she has been married to since November 11, 2001. They would spend all day out there fishing, crabbing, and collecting sea glass and shells. You could always make her day with a scratch off, or a trip over to Parx. She was a diehard Eagles fan. When at home, if the game was not on, she was watching her lifetime movies. She fought long and hard against this terrible disease for 2 years, without many even knowing she was sick, or feeling down. Her outings with her friends diminished as her cancer progressed. She always knew we were all rooting for her. Thank you to everyone who has been there for her, prayed for her, or sent positive thoughts her way. She never wanted us to see her suffer, but we can all admire her strength and find peace in knowing she is no longer in any pain. She is survived by her husband, 2 sons, and a step daughter. The youngest of her 4 siblings, she leaves behind her sister and best friend, 2 brothers, along with 7 nieces, and a nephew. She will finally be reunited with her beloved mother and father, her niece Morgan Ann, and all her pets she has saved throughout her life. Donna, the casino you are headed to has unlimited spins! Rest in peace and may your positive spirit rub off on the rest of us.
Come celebrate 51 great years Tuesday 6-8 p.m. at Sweeney Funeral Home, Riverside.