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Donna Rita Miller
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Donna R. Miller Donna Rita Miller, 65, of Stephens City, Virginia, died Saturday, November 6, 2010 in Winchester Medical Center. Mrs. Miller was born in 1945, in Ashland, Kentucky, the daughter of the late James A. Hunter Sr. and Madge M. Watts. She was a Hairdresser of Madges Beauty Shop in Baltimore, Maryland and with …
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Dee left a message on January 30, 2013:
Donna has been a member of our family since the early 80's. We met at her Mom's beauty salon and made an immediate connection and have been friends ever since. The road was bumpy at times but we always remained friends. Donna took my son Joe to his first day of school as my husband's father had passed away and we had to go to Iowa for the funeral. She was with me for the birth of my children, when I needed a place to runaway to I was always welcomed with a smile and glass of something or other. Donna made a trip to Massachusetts to visit with my family. I flew ahead and she traveled by car with my husband. Joe had injured his eye just before the trip and was wearing a patch. They traveled from Maryland to Mass in a raging snow storm at night. By the time they got to the NJ turnpike the storm was in full swing and just after they entered the NJ turnpike the highway admin closed the road, but Joe and Donna continued on their merry way, oblivious to that fact. The weather continued to deteriorate and they did their best to keep going by staying in the middle of the guardrails. The snow was at least 8" deep and still falling, and they were in a Datsun 510 stationwagon. They finally came upon a plow and followed in its tracks as far as they could. When they went to pay the toll the collector asked; "What are you doing out here, the roads been closed for hours?" Joe said Donna talked the whole way out of nerves and probably trying to keep Joe awake with his one good eye. Joe said she never stopped until they reached my Mom & Dad's (500 miles later). And then she relayed everything to us that they had gone through. We laughed for hours. This is just one of so many stories, but it is my favorite. Though we may not have seen each other as often as we would have liked, Donna will always be a part of our family and we will miss her terribly. Rest in Peace, we love you. Bob, Candice and Bobbie, our thoughts and prayers are with you. See you on Friday. Love, Dee, Joe and Family
Dee Gustafson left a message on November 11, 2010:
Donna has been a member of our family since the early 80's. We met at her Mom's beauty salon and made an immediate connection and have been friends ever since. The road was bumpy at times but we always remained friends. Donna took my son Joe to his first day of school as my husband's father had passed away and we had to go to Iowa for the funeral. She was with me for the birth of my children, when I needed a place to runaway to I was always welcomed with a smile and glass of something or other. Donna made a trip to Massachusetts to visit with my family. I flew ahead and she traveled by car with my husband. Joe had injured his eye just before the trip and was wearing a patch. They traveled from Maryland to Mass in a raging snow storm at night. By the time they got to the NJ turnpike the storm was in full swing and just after they entered the NJ turnpike the highway admin closed the road, but Joe and Donna continued on their merry way, oblivious to that fact. The weather continued to deteriorate and they did their best to keep going by staying in the middle of the guardrails. The snow was at least 8" deep and still falling, and they were in a Datsun 510 stationwagon. They finally came upon a plow and followed in its tracks as far as they could. When they went to pay the toll the collector asked; "What are you doing out here, the roads been closed for hours?" Joe said Donna talked the whole way out of nerves and probably trying to keep Joe awake with his one good eye. Joe said she never stopped until they reached my Mom & Dad's (500 miles later). And then she relayed everything to us that they had gone through. We laughed for hours. This is just one of so many stories, but it is my favorite. Though we may not have seen each other as often as we would have liked, Donna will always be a part of our family and we will miss her terribly. Rest in Peace, we love you. Bob, Candice and Bobbie, our thoughts and prayers are with you. See you on Friday. Love, Dee, Joe and Family
Dee Gustafson left a message on November 11, 2010:
In honor of Donna Rita Miller, Dee Gustafson lit a candle.
Dee Gustafson left a message on November 11, 2010:
In honor of Donna Rita Miller, Dee Gustafson lit a candle.
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