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Troy Paul (Taylor) Donahoe


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Troy Paul (Taylor) Donahoe Obituary
Donahoe Troy (Taylor) Paul Donahoe, 24, formerly of Urbana, died Thursday, June 29, 2017 in Aultman Hospital, Canton. He was born February 7, 1993 in Gallipolis, Ohio and "blessed" the lives of Kenneth Edward and Cathy J. Donahoe beginning February 5, 1996. Always, the entertainer, Troy was most happy when singing or performing surrounded by friends. He participated in plays in Naperville, Illinois, as well as shows in Pittsburgh, PA and Columbus. He is survived by his mother and stepfather, Cathy J. (Donahoe) and DeWayne E. Campbell of Springfield; very special aunts and uncles, Mary Ellen Evans and Dennis Evans of Westerville, Catherine Donahoe and Bruce Royer of Columbus, Sandra and Bill Spence of Urbana, and Cherie and Ernie Holbrook of Urbana; along with several cousins. He was preceeded in death by his father Kenneth E. Donahoe on July 9, 2003 and by his grandparents Kenneth Paul Donahoe, Mary Helen (Edington) Donahoe, William V. Minnick and Joan M. Ehrle. A funeral mass will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 15, 2017 at St. Mary Catholic Church, 231 Washington Avenue, Urbana, Ohio, with Father Greg Konerman presiding. The family requests donations be made to McKinley Hall in the name of Troy Donahoe, in lieu of flowers. McKinley Hall is a substance abuse treatment facility in Springfield, Ohio that provides a full continuum of services for individuals struggling with the disease of addiction. An important component of treatment is offering supportive services, such as Recovery Housing. Donations made in Troy's name will assist McKinley Hall in serving people who reside in a Recovery House. Please send donations to: McKinley Hall, Inc. 1101 East High Street, Springfield, Ohio 45505. Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.walterfunerals.com. Whisper of Angels Wings: "Today I stumbled and once again was lifted up by an unseen hand. What comfort & joy that knowledge brings for I hear the whisper of angels wings. The guardian angels God sends to all to bear us up when we stumble and fall. Trust Him, my friend, and often you'll hear the whisper of angel wings hovering near." Author Unknown


Published in The Columbus Dispatch on July 9, 2017
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