Allen Driscoll Obituary, Trotwood Madison Class of 1970 Member Has Passed Away

Allen Driscoll Obituary, Death – Pam Allen Driscoll is the one who put this statement on the website for everyone to see. I am sorry to be the one to break the news to you, but our classmate from the year 1970, Donna Jean Calahan Fugate, passed away late yesterday night. The news has left me with a heavy heart. I have to tell you the bad news with a heavy heart since I know it will upset you. My family moved to Townview in 1964, when I was still a young child. Donna was one of the first people in the area that I met and we quickly became friends.

And despite everything that has happened, the fact that we are always in touch with one another has allowed us to maintain the close bond that we have. My recollection of Donna will constantly be marked by the warm and welcoming personality she exuded as well as her excellent sense of humor. She was a one-of-a-kind member of the human race. Because she has been dealing with health issues over the past few years, which has been a source of concern for me, I am relieved to hear that she is no longer feeling any kind of trouble or anguish.

It makes me happy to know that she is no longer going through anything like that. I pray that you, Donna, will find the tranquility you deserve until the day when we are reunited again. Both this Facebook page and the Facebook page titled “Gone but not forgotten” will be updated with the specifics of the memorial ceremony as soon as I am in a position to do so and have obtained the necessary information.

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