ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Donna Chisam . We will remember her forever.

Tributes are short messages commemorating Donna, or an expression of support to her closest family and friends. Leave your first tribute here, and others will follow.

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her Life

Life of a angel, One strong woman

  1.  She was born a newfoundland Canada, She dedicated her life to serving others which includes : 30 years civil  service at the Marine corps logistics base 
  2. She loved her family extended family and friends very much and would do anything to help you 
  3. after retiring she moved to Dayton Nevada where she bravely battled cancer and won
  4. She continued giving by making hats and scarves for people all around the world 
  5. if you knew her you loved her or she’d give you no choice via talking your ear off until you couldn’t help but love her 
  6.  she was an amazing woman and will be truly missed by so many people and will never be forgotten
Recent stories

Dinner Saviour

Shared by Cathy Ashbrook on April 7, 2019

I remember when we had to work those long hours on BRAC in the upstairs Conference Room.  Sometimes it would be all night and into the next day.  It was one of those days that Donna came to our rescue.  Since we never knew when we would have time to break for a meal, we really didn't prepare too well for that.  One evening while working, tired, hungry and just plain beat, in walked Donna with dinner for all of us.  I don't remember exactly how many were there that evening, but it was a lot.  It didn't matter, Donna had prepared plenty, and it was darn delicious.  That's who Donna was!!

The potluck fiasco

Shared by Michelle Cunningham on April 2, 2019

I will never forget this day .... Janet, Donna and I worked together at the Support Business Center. We were as close as sisters . We worked with an amazing group of people but directly in our office we had Greg, Jay, Skip ,Russ and our fantastic boss Mr. Hilton. We decided we would have a potluck but no one told each other what they were bringing. Oh my goodness everyone of us brought the most gas filling foods . Cabbage, Beans, Chili,  deviled eggs. I remember we started eating in the morning and continued all day. Donna yelled from her cubicle “whatever you do, don’t light a match “ we all had a good laugh. Then Jay played music and we eachcame out of our cubicle and formed a Rumba line. Our boss shook his head and chuckled as we all went dancing by. Those were the best of times.