Donna Elaine Legault

October 10, 1943 – April 1, 2022

This Service was LIVE at 2pm on April 20, 2022

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Joan Law wrote on May 5, 2022
Thank you Donna for being my friend. I enjoyed all our sewing times together . Nothing better. My visit last time I was in Edmonton was wonderful. I certainly will miss you. It was a sad day when my girls let me know you had passed. Deepest sympathy to the family.
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Sandra Lynne Janzen wrote on April 20, 2022
Thank you so much for this opportunity to attend this service virtually. I was certainly with you--and kind of glad I wasn't there in person because I shed a lot of tears. There was no one quite like Donna, and while my memories of her are grand, this is a very sad loss for a lot of us. And I'm sure for you in her family, this is a heavy loss. With deepest sympathy, Sandra
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Colleen MacDonald wrote on April 20, 2022
So many memories of Donna, her humour, her love of family, her love of her extended ohana family. She opened her home and her heart to so many. She shared herself through her hospitality, her jokes, Christmas luaus and summer barbeques at her house. Always loved seeing her sparkle, and the fun she had with her hulas, and with her senior ladies. You impacted so many different areas of so many lives, thank you Donna.
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Paul wrote on April 19, 2022
The problem with staying a "few" words about Donna is she was so many things to so many people for so many years,
....and no two relationships were exactly alike
I was happy to have known her on so many levels over so many decades . 

The problem with asking what Donna was to everyone would be better asked what she wasn't. 
That is an easier question with much shorter answers.

 For me Donna was a little bit of absolutely everything 

One minute I was her teacher, the next minute she was mine. One year she was out staying with us, then no sooner after I was staying with her out there!
I absolutely loved the home and made my way directly to the solarium, proped myself up on that couch and watched bad Edmonton TV shows, but the room was perfectly decorated, welcoming and it was cozy warm, which is just like what Donna always was 24/7

I will miss being with you on this day but I will better cherish every other day and all my future days with the most wonderful memories . She was one hell of a great lady. Despite her battle, she left far too early. She is one of those people that you think will be around forever and always just a phone call away. 

I speak on behalf of all her Ohana related family out here in BC who shares in the grief of Trevor and Tracy and family. 

Donna had more family then she will ever know. 

A Hui hou Donna
Aloha no
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Donna Salter wrote on April 14, 2022
So deeply saddened …. Have alway cherished our connection and shared sorrows. A very special lady who always saw the bright side… heaven has gained a very special angel…
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Helga Perehinec wrote on April 14, 2022
A bright light has left and will be missed. Will miss your laugh, family night card or board games, how us grandmother's have selective memories while playing with our loved ones.
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Candace worobec wrote on April 14, 2022
May you dance and sing in heaven with your beloved husband. Thank you so much for the warmth and laughter you always created. Hugs
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