ANDERSON, Donna Mae (Rohmer) 1935-2017
ANDERSON, ROHMER, LANE
Posted By: K.L. Kittleson
Date: 6/12/2017 at 11:59:56
Donna M. Anderson
Died: Apr 12, 2017
Friday, April 21, 2017 at Grace Reformed Church, 520 Maxwell St., Waterloo
Thursday, April 20, 2017 at Locke Funeral Home
Garden of Memories Cemetery, Waterloo
to the church or Cedar Bend Humane Society
Donna M. Anderson, 81, of Waterloo, died Wednesday, April 12, 2017, at UnityPoint Health ‑ Allen Hospital, Waterloo, Iowa, of natural causes.
Donna Mae was born September 2, 1935 in Waterloo the daughter of Alfred Joseph and Carriellen Lois Lane Rohmer. She graduated from East High School in 1953. She married Harold “Andy” H. Anderson December 26, 1953 at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Waterloo. He died November 11, 2006. Donna was the bookkeeper at Eagles and then Econofoods.
She was a member of Grace Reformed Church where she belonged to the women’s club, sang in the choir, helped with children’s church and attended bible study. She was a member of the Red Hat Ladies. She loved to bowl and spend time with Andy on the road with the Shriner’s Clowns. She has collected over 700 salt and pepper shakers over the years. Donna enjoyed spending time embroidering.
Survivors include two sons, Brad Anderson and Greg (Cheryl) Anderson, both of Waterloo; three daughters: Jody (John) Mason of Eldridge, Terrill (Lon) Karr of Traer, and Wendy (Shawn) Ryan of Bettendorf; 11 grandchildren: Connor and Logan Ryan; Alexandrea Ryan-Trumpy; Aaron and Allison Anderson; Hannah (Josh) Karr; Spencer (Morgan) Karr; Marshall (Nayeli) Karr; Molly (Eric) Karr; Justine (Kenny) Womboldt; and Jeremy (Stephanie) Schaack; six great‑grandchildren: Mason, Haley, and Emily Schaack; Savannah Trumpy; Penelope “Poppy” Womboldt; Scarlett Ramirez and two more expected in July. She is also survived by a brother Richard (Marguerite) Rohmer of San Diego, California.
Source: Locke Funeral Home website
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