Smith, Donna Marilyn

July 6th, 2019

Peacefully, surrounded by her family, Donna Marilyn Smith passed away on Saturday, July 6, 2019, at Victoria Hospital, in her 83rd year. Eldest daughter of the late F. Roger Stewart and Marjory Stewart, and predeceased by her younger brother Fredrick R. Stewart. Loving wife of Robert L. Smith. Dear mother of Robert D. Smith (Linda), Mark N. Smith (Coleen) and Michael R. Smith. Sadly missed by her brother, John Stewart (Linda), and her sister, Joanne Oram (Bryan). Donna was a teacher and a literacy educator. There will be no visitation or funeral service. Donations in Donna’s memory made to Victoria Hospital’s Palliative Care Unit would be greatly appreciated by the family. 

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Candice HawksleyMy sincere condolences to the family! I never had a whole lot of time to spend in her presence, because we lived on opposite sides of the country, but for the times we did get to see each other I remember us laughing A LOT! She was a lovely lady and will be missed greatly. :*{
Kent McNeillMy condolences to you and your family on the passing of Donna. It is never easy to lose a loved one. May your many memories of Donna help you at this most difficult time.
Elenor TavesMy condolences to Donna's family. I knew Donna several years ago when we both volunteered at the same agency. She was kind and generous, and provided food and other assistance to many, often without recognition. I appreciated getting to know her and remember her with fondness.
Mariko ObokataI knew Donna when I worked at London Public Library. Through the London Literacy Network and many volunteer hours, she worked tirelessly to promoted literacy. Donna liked words. She enjoyed solving the Jumble puzzle and sharing a witty play on words. She was a thoughtful person, generous to others, and a big supporter of women in need. Donna made our world a better place.
Sheila GalbraithDonna was the second friend I found in London. She introduced me to the joys of bridge and couponing. We remained close for any years. I will remember her with great affection. My sympathies to Robert, her son's and their families.
Shirley and Dennis PyattMay she rest in peace. Condolences to Donna's family and friends.
Herman, Onalee Seabrook and FamilyOur sincerest condolences to the Smith Family on the loss of your loved one. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
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