Donna S. Treusch

Donna S. Treusch

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Donna Sue Treusch, age 62, of Gaylord passed away on November 28, 2020.

Donna was born in Detroit on December 15, 1957, to Arthur and Virginia (Varney) Yuergens.

On July 19, 1980, she married her husband George in Marine City. She lived most of her life in St.Clair Shores, Michigan. She worked for Damman Hardware, Cracker Barrel, and most recently the deli department at Walmart.

Donna is survived by her husband, George of Gaylord; children, Arthur (Stephanie) of Wyandotte, Richard (Allison) of Gaylord, and her two grandchildren, Layla and Veronica.

Due to Covid, there will be no service.  A memorial to be held at a future date. Thank you to all the Healthcare professionals at both Munson Gaylord and Munson Grayling for their efforts.

11 comments on “Donna S. Treusch”

  1. We were so sorry to hear about Donna. We met her out at the lake for the first time. She was such a soft spoken, gentle, and loving person. She always had a smile on her face. I remember helping her make the favors for Stef’s baby shower over at Dawn’s house! They were little booties. I guess it was a family tradition. Boy did we have a crazy time with them. She had to take them home to finish. For some reason we were having a rough time with them, but she brought them to the shower, and they were adorable. I remember talking to her in Dawn’s kitchen, she gave me a piping bag to take home, because she knew I liked baking. What a sweetheart!♥️ I feel so bad for Veronica. She won’t have a chance to get to know her grandma, growing up! She will be missed by many!🙏🙏♥️♥️

  2. Dave and I first met Donna and George while our kids were dating and getting serious. We met up at Slow’s BBQ in Detroit and immediately felt at ease. Donna was so down to earth and funny. Over the years we were welcomed to many family holidays and events. We and are so thankful to have known her.

  3. Diane Manko-Cliff

    I am so sorry. Donna was an amazing woman, so welcoming and friendly. She will be missed by many. Sending love and prayers for comfort and peace.

  4. John and Ellie Panci

    Our hearts are breaking for each of you.
    Please know that we are close by to help in any way and at any time.
    John and Ellie Panci

  5. Susan and Alan Koch

    Our sincerest condolences to the whole Treusch family. We’ve been very lucky to spend many Christmases with Donna and her family. She was always a warm and welcoming person. She will be greatly missed.

  6. Richard and family – VERY sorry for your loss. I didn’t know your mom, but I recall something that I heard as a kid, many years ago, “Good children come from good parents…”. Obviously, she was a good mom.

  7. Donna, you were one of the kindest people that I know. I am so grateful to have known you. You were the best Grandma to Layla. She adores you. I am so blessed to have the videos of the two of you playing or reading stories. We will cherish them forever. Thank you for; accepting me into your family, all of your advice, and teaching me to craft. You were a bright light in the world. We will miss your laugh, kindness and feistiness. We will carry you in our hearts for ever. Sending prayers and hugs to everyone grieving Donna. She was a truly great person.

  8. Donna, may you Rest in Peace. A model for all… kindness, love, and care. Thank you for the wonderful wife, mother, and friend you have always been for my dear friend, George. I am blessed for having known you.

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