Donna C. Peck

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PECK, Donna C.
(Age 90)

Donna was born September 12, 1921 in Preston, Idaho to Myrin and Irene Carter. She attended and graduated from Preston High School in 1938 and moved to Ogden, Utah where she was employed at Bell Telephone Company as a long distance operator. In 1942 she married Francis J. Peck who was in the U.S. Army Air Force. He was temporarily stationed at Hill Air Force Base, Ogden, Utah. They married on November 9, 1942 in Casper, Wyoming. After WWII, they settled in Spokane, Washington in 1945. Donna was a homemaker and loved to sew and cook. Donna belonged to the Spokane Retired Police and Spouses Association and the Deaconess Hospital Auxiliary, volun-teering for 24 years. She is survived by her daughter, Carren M. Peck of Spokane; son Michael R. Peck (Lynda) and granddaughter Sarah of Mulkiteo, WA; two foster daughters, LeAnn Lake of Republic, Washington and Kay (Leonard) Welter of Gig Harbor, Washington; three foster granddaughters and four foster great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews; two sisters, Gwen VanNoy (Melvin) of Twin Falls, Idaho and Irene VanLeuven of Greenbluff, Washington. She was preceded in death by her parents, her brother, M.D. Carter, her sister, Grace Gamble, all of Idaho and her beloved husband of 63 years Francis J. (Buddy) Peck. The family would like to thank Judy of Independent Services for her kind and loving service of eight years to both Francis and Donna. At Donna's request, there will be no service. Burial will be at Tahoma National Cemetery with her husband Francis Peck. Memorial contributions may be made to Children's Miracle Network, P.O. Box 304 Spokane, Washington 99210 or Our Place Community Ministries, 1509 W. College, Spokane, Washington 99201. Services have been entrusted to:


Published in Spokesman-Review from Oct. 26 to Oct. 27, 2011