ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Donna Leck 53 years old , born on September 26, 1966 and passed away on February 19, 2020. We will remember her forever.

Viewing
Monday, February 24, 2020
5-8 p.m.
DiCostanzo family owned, Lakewood Funeral Home

Tuesday, February 25, 2020
9:30-10 a.m.
DiCostanzo family owned, Lakewood Funeral Home

Funeral Service
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
10 a.m.
DiCostanzo family owned, Lakewood Funeral Home

Interment
St. Mary of the Lake Cemetery
1 Honey Locust Drive
Lakewood, NJ 08701
Posted by Tom Buffa on February 21, 2020
Damion, TJ, Dominick, Anthony and Kari Anne,

Very sorry for your loss.

Tom

Leave a Tribute

 
Recent Tributes
Posted by Tom Buffa on February 21, 2020
Damion, TJ, Dominick, Anthony and Kari Anne,

Very sorry for your loss.

Tom
her Life

Donna Leck

Donna Marie Leck was born September 26th 1966 to Christine and Dominick Russo. She had a sister, KariAnne Russo whom she had survived that Donna was most fond of and spoke of constantly. Donna is survived by; her father Dominick and brother Vincent Russo, loving husband and best friend Damion Leck, her four children T.J., Dominick, Anthony, and KariAnne Leck. She also has two beautiful grandchildren Vladimir, and Mataya.
        Donna Leck was one of the most joyous people that you could have ever met. If you knew even the littlest bit about her you'd know that she was a caregiver, a best friend, a mom to many, a loving wife, and the best Nannie to two beautiful grandchildren. Donna had a heart of gold, and graced the presence of everyone she came in contact with. Everyone was always a part of her family. 
        Donna was the most vibrant person and her smile could light up any room. She loved sharing her energy in all different forms, sewing, puzzles, cooking, gardening, camping, boating and she always gave the best advice... even if it included a small lecture with it. She loved to teach everyone and share all of her knowledge. Just like her mother, she had the talent of doing several things at once. She also had a passion for her cars, jewelry, and tie dye. One memory that her daughter shares of is  when Donna would pick her from school in her Alpha Romeo or Jeep, her hair blowing in the wind cascading against her tie dye t-shirt while her bracelets and rings bounced against the steering wheel. There are so many more memoires shared by many as Donna touched many hearts that could be shared for years and years. Secrets held by friends, laughs shared together and moments captured in time that will never be forgotten. 
Donna will be missed terribly, and our hearts will never be complete until we are together again. We lost a mentor, a best friend, a loving wife, a mom, a chef, a singer, a crucial piece of our entire world. Donna, we will miss you and carry you in our hearts forever.

Recent stories