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Donna Louise Trainor
01/23/1956 — 08/06/2006
From Benton, City, WA, US | Born in Libby, Montana
Donna Louise Trainor
Donna L. Trainor, beloved daughter, sister, mother, wife, grandmother and friend, passed away on August 6, 2006.
Donna was diagnosed with cancer 2 years ago and had been aggressively fighting the disease. The Good Lord granted her peace, with her family at her bedside in her home.
Donna was born on January 23, 1956 in Libby, Montana to Lloyd and Ella Kidder.
Her childhood and teenage years were spent with the family in the Troy Montana area. There, she enjoyed exploring on her horses and fishing with her mother. In 1974 Donna moved to the Tri-Cities Washington area where she and her daughter made their home.
Donna worked different jobs until she obtained employment on the Hanford Site. She was able to build and maintain a loving home for herself and her daughter. Due to health problems Donna had to quit working. This turned out to be a gift from God, as it gave her an opportunity to become a full time grandmother.
Donna was a single parent until 1989 when she met Bob Trainor and they became husband and wife in 1995. They built their home in Kiona, Washington.
Donna is survived by her devoted husband Bob, her daughter Jamie, granddaughters Chelsea, Ashley, Danielle, and Kaitlyn of the Tri-Cities Washington; mother Ella, father Lloyd, sister Debbie, brothers Buck and Wade and their families, all from the Troy, Montana and Deer Park, Washington area. Donna is also survived by her grandmother, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and many in-laws who loved her dearly in the Washington, Montana and, Idaho areas.
An informal memorial gathering will be held at her church in Paterson, Washington on August 12th, 2006 at 5:00 PM.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.
I am so sorry for your lose. I loved Donna like a second mother, and why shouldn’t I, I think I spent much of my middle-school years at her house. Me and Jamie we best-friends for more years than I can even remember. Donna was a strong mother, a devoted wife, a wonderful Grandma, and a tremendous spirit. She will be missed by everyone whoms life she has touched.
Please accept our sincerest condolences.
Ray & Patti Taylor
I enjoyed Working with Donna at T-Plant she was a Sweetheart. No more Pain and Suffering. Shes in Gods care now.Rest In Peace Donna. My Sincere Sympathy, Patty Carter.
Donna was the kind of grandmother I wished I had and hope to be. She loved her granddaughters so much and loved spending time with them. She will be missed. My heart goes out to Bob and Jamie and all that were blessed enough to be in her life.
From: Dianna Mahoney. Donna had a sweet smile, beautiful natural color and sparkling eyes. Donna was sweet, fun to bowl with and work with. We had fun shopping and also St. Patrick’s Day Green shirts and green beer which just sat there.I thank God she came into my life. Her passing was a big shock to me; thank you Bob for your devoted love to her. Donna was very happy with Bob. Also, give my prayers and regards to Jamie.
I AM SO SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF DONNA. MY THOUGHTS ARE WITH HER FAMILY. DONNA WAS A FRIEND AND CLASSMATE OF MINE AND WILL BE MISSED. TAKE CARE