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DONNA JEAN DAVIDSON (MELVIN)
Date of Passing: May 10, 2020Offer Condolences or Memory
DONNA JEAN DAVIDSON
Donna is survived by her husband the Reverend George Davidson; son Murray Davidson; daughter Laurie Dixon (nee Davidson) and her husband Shannon; grandchildren, Hannah and Colter Dixon; sisters, Rosalie Green, Susan Clements; brothers, Michael and Shane Melvin and several nieces and nephews.
A celebration of Donna's life will be announced at a later date, when we are safely able to come together. In the meantime, Donna's family kindly requests that all of her friends and relatives take a few minutes to honour her memory by visiting her tribute page at EthicalDeathCare.com. A photo-biography, as well as memories and stories published by those who knew her, are available there.
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As published in the Winnipeg Free Press on May 30, 2020
Condolences & Memories (2 entries)
So sorry to hear of Donna's passing. I remember her fondly from Charleswood United Church. If my memory is correct, she was the "Pocket Lady" at the church teas. With many pockets on her full skirted, floor length dress, she allowed children to pick a prize from a pocket. I remember how delighted the children would be when they would pull out a treasure. I remember her as a caring, friendly, glamorous woman. So sorry for your loss, Laurie. Take comfort in knowing that she is out of pain and is in the loving arms of our Lord. My condolences to you, your family, your dad and your brother. - Posted by: Louise Dahle (friend of Laurie) on: Jun 04, 2020
I am so sorry to hear of Donna's passing. My deepest condolences to George, Murray and Laurie. Donna and George were awesome neighbors and wonderful friends and I have many great memories including building a backyard "good neighbor" fence with Donna. George not being anything near the handyman that Donna was, arranged for a military business trip at the last minute to get out of it. At least that's what I accused him of. Donna was always thrilled to receive any type of power tool as a gift. To see her without a smile on her face was a rare occasion. We had many good evenings sitting, having a few libations and eating dinners. I have rarely met such a wonderful and loving family and Donna was the keystone in that. She will be missed. RIP Donna. Friends Always Pat Madden - Posted by: Patrick Madden (Friend) on: Jun 01, 2020
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