Donna J. O'Hanlon
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Donna J. O'Hanlon, 55, of East Brady died Sunday at her home.
Born May 11, 1957, in Pittsburgh, she was the daughter of John E. and Mary Catherine (McGaughey) Errington.
On Aug. 28, 2000, Donna married Jamey J. O'Hanlon and he survives.
Donna was an account facilitator for Anthem BlueCross BlueShield in Mason, Ohio, for five years. She was a secretary for the Lutz-Pawk-McKay Law Firm in Butler for seven years and was employed by AGR International in Butler as an administrative assistant in sales.
She was a member of the East Brady Baptist Church where she was involved in Praisewave, was a member on the board of Christian Education and served as a deaconess. Above all, Donna loved serving God.
Donna enjoyed bowling and was a member of the AGR League. She was a novice pianist, and she enjoyed crocheting, music and singing. Donna loved her grandchildren dearly.
She is survived by her husband, Jamey J. O'Hanlon of East Brady; two sons, Dr. Robert A. Friedline of Richmond, Va., and Capt. William L. Friedline and his wife, Amanda, of Kaiserslautern, Germany; one stepson, Brandon M. O'Hanlon and his wife, Jada, of Zelienople; two stepdaughters, Arynne M. O'Hanlon of Mars and Cara L. Geibel and her husband, Stephen, of Butler; her mother, Mary Catherine Errington of Georgia; her stepmother, Lois Errington of Allison Park; five grandchildren, Kayl, Tieler, Kiah, Catherine and Chloe; five brothers, John (Sherra) Williamson, Ken (Nancy) Errington, Robert Williamson, Steve (Debbie) Errington and Glenn Hopkins; and four sisters, Judy Williamson, Linda (Bill) Honeywill, Kim (Phillip) Wilham and Anna Marie Hopkins. She also is survived by numerous nieces and nephews.
Donna was preceded in death by her father.
O'Hanlon - Private services will be held for Donna J. O'Hanlon, who died Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the Deacon Fund at the East Brady Baptist Church, 508 Kellys Way, East Brady, PA 16028.
Arrangements are under the direction of the Charles B. Buechele Funeral Home, East Brady.
To view or express condolences, please visit www.BuecheleFuneralHome.com.
Published in Butler Eagle on Aug. 14, 2012