Let the memory of Donna be with us forever

Donna Lozito Miller died peacefully on May 18th 2018 at St. Martin’s in the Pines Hospice.She was born on November 9th 1944 to the late Theodore and Katherine Miller in Syracuse,New York.

She is survived by her brother Theodore Miller of Baldwinsville New York, her sons Phillip Michael Lozito (Camille Sellers) , Patrick Mark Lozito (Cathy Johnson) and grandchildren Gabby, Bella, Sophia, Nick, Nicolas and Matteo.

Donna worked for many years at St. Vincent de Paul in Fulton NY, as well as at Holy Family Catholic Church.

A Scripture service will be held at the chapel of St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church Thursday May 24th at 4pm, preceded by Visitation at 3:30pm

St. Mark the Evangelist Church: 7340 Cahaba Valley Rd, Birmingham, AL 35242</span>

In Lieu of flowers donations can be made to The Dannon Project of Birmingham Alabama or Lovelady Center in Bessemer, Alabama

Posted by Phillip Gurley on 23rd May 2018
Donna was my little fireball. She was an awesome person. She cared for others when no one else did. I had the pleasure of praying with her before her passing and I have no doubt that she is in a better place. I will definitely miss her for a while but I plan on seeing her again one day. Praying for all of the family and friends.
Posted by Steven Phillips on 23rd May 2018
I remember Donna well and fondly from the "good old Fulton days" back in the early 1970s. She was beautiful both outside and in. She had a kind heart. I recall spending many times at the beautiful Victorian house on East 4th St talking for hours and laughing for days. I hope she is at peace and I hope she knew the difference she made in many people's lives with her presence. Rest in Peace...
Posted by Sherry Slaughter on 22nd May 2018
I am covering your entire family in prayer for peace, comfort and strength. I am so very sorry at the loss of your mom. Someday, you will see her again whole and healed of everything she struggled with. I remember her fondly. Sending you all a hug!!

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