Donna Louise Sharpe Hansen|
February 6, 1932 ~ June 27, 2013
Donna was the only daughter of Clifford and Helen Sharpe. She was born in Bothell, WA and graduated from Everett High School. She lived in Shoreline, WA the rest of her life, while spending her winters in Mesa, AZ after retiring from the phone company.
She was very generous with a passion for helping others. Among the many organizations she volunteered for are Boyce Thompson Arboretum, Ladies of the Moose, Clothing for Kids and Shoreline Historical Museum. In addition, she was well known for her fresh baked cinnamon rolls.
Donna is survived by her daughter Karen (Rolf) Mogster and sons Eric (Michele) Hansen and Lyle Hansen; grandkids Constance (Troy) Wohlford, Kathleen (Matthew) Beard and Erin Hansen, great grandkids Eldon and Eleanor Beard, brother David Sharpe and brother-in-law Norman Hansen.
She is preceded in death by her husband Donald Hansen and brothers Clifford, Harvey and James Sharpe.
In lieu of flowers, the Hansen family requests donations to the Shoreline Historical Museum of
Published in The Seattle Times from July 11 to July 12, 2013