Mildred-Donaldson-Obituary

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Mildred Maxine Donaldson

Denver, Colorado

Apr 8, 1920 – Apr 22, 2010

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Formerly of Denver, passed away in Ogallala, NE on April 22, 2010 at the age of 90. She is preceded in death by her husband Clarence. Survived by her sons; Eddie (Ann) and Roger (Chris), sister Glenda Jamison, 7 grandchildren, 16 greatgrandchildren. Visitation, Thurs., April 29 from 6 to 8 p.m....

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Dear Maxine ,
I have so many precious memories,you are the one that the Lord chose to bring me to know him as my Savior
We read the bible together on Nov 25, 1944 (I was 14yrs old) you were kneeling at my side when I was born again.
You have gone to that place he has perpared for us. I will be going there someday soon, and we will again have wonderful times together.
Thank you for sing the songs we so loved "Just As I am, " "In The Garden'

Dear grandma,I'am going to miss you so much! I know you always spoiled us kids rotten but you taught me alot about finding the good in people, and i will always remember that.Give Grandpa a big hug and kiss for me! Love, Jimmy

Maxine,was one of kindest persons we have known. A very talented seamstress and a caring mother. We feel exceptionally fortunate that circumstances allowed us to have Eddy in our family, -a person that we love and admire like our own son.
May you rest in peace now that you are with Clarence, a gentleman and friend of all that knew him.
love & condolences - Erle & Neva

GOOD BYE MAXINE, DEAR COUSIN. YOU WILL BE MISSED

Grandma - You will be missed by so many. You definately were one of the kindest souls I have ever met. I am honored to be part of a family that has so much love for each other. I am at peace knowing that you and Grandpa are holding hands together again. Much love & my deepest sympathy to Eddie & Ann, Roger & Chris...and the rest of the family that is grieving the loss of such a wonderful person.

My dear sweet Aunt Maxine, I will miss you so much! I am so glad I got to see you Easter weekend! We had such a great and wonderful visit and Glenda and I have that sweet memory to cling to and cherish. I have so MANY sweet memories of you. I know you are in a better place and re-united with your wonderful husband and the rest of your family and friends, including my mom and dad.

Eddie, Ann, Roger and Chris - my heart goes out to you and I love you.
Love, Linda

Aunt Maxine, I Love You and will miss you but, I am happy for you at the same time. I am happy you are at peace and with Uncle Clarence.

Roger and Chris, Eddie and Ann and all the grandchildren and great grandchildren, I know how much you all will miss her. Try and hold onto the fact that she is happy now and at peace. We all have our own special memories of her and no one can take that away!

Oh and Aunt Maxine, one more thing. Thank you so much for not ratting me out...

Aunt Maxine, I Love You and know that you are at peace now and with Uncle Clarence where you have wanted to be for quite sometime. I am happy for you however, sad for those of us left behind to live without you. You provided many great memories that I will always have of you. No one can take that away!

Roger, Chris, Eddie, Ann and all the grandchildren and great grandchildren, my sympathies are with you during this hard time. Hold onto the fact that she is at peace now.

Our deepest sympathy to the family on the passing of grandma Donaldson. We were always glad to see her and felt welcomed by her. Her kindness and good humor touched our hearts. Our prayers are with Chris, Roger and the rest of the family especially at this sad time.
John and Anita Nielsen in Conifer, Colorado