In Memory

Donna Woitowitz (Kilburn)

KILBURN Donna J. Woitowitz Kilburn, age 59 of Fairfield died Saturday February 17, 2007 in her residence. She was the daughter of the late Frederick and Gladys Mae Wolfram Woitowitz. Donna is leaving her loving husband, Fred, and her two daughters, Jennifer of Norwalk, and Tracy and her husband, George ,of Lincoln, Maine; and her grandsons, Ben and John; two brothers, Robert of Bridgeport, and Raymond of South Carolina; a sister, Carol of Florida who also was a good friend and care giver for the last four weeks of Donna's life; nine nieces; and nine nephews; and several cousins. Donna always enjoyed being with her family and friends. Donna was a resident of Fairfield with her husband Fred for the past 41 years. Her service to her community has been a very important component throughout Donna's life. This certainly been evident. She was the past President of the Knight's of Columbus Axillary' FAARH, Roger Ludlowe High School PTA, and Grasmere School PTA, Meals on Wheels Volunteer, Board of Directors of Parent's and Friends of Lower Fairfield County(LFC) and on the Kennedy Center Board of Directors. She was on many Scholarship Committee's. Donna also belonged to the CDLS Foundation, she also enjoyed Crafty Ladies, Choir, Bowling, Golf and the Movies. Donna was always smiling and her kindness and thought fullness was always shining through as a bright Noon day sun. Friends are invited to attend the Funeral on Wednesday at 9:15 a.m. from The Larson Funeral Home, 2496 North Avenue, Bridgeport, and at 10 a.m. in the Salem Lutheran Church, Bridgeport. Entombment will be in Oaklawn Cemetery Mausoleum, Fairfield. Friends may call on Tuesday from 4 to 8 p.m. Even in death Donna would want something good to come of it . She had requested that donations be made to the Kennedy Center, 2440 Reservoir Ave, Trumbull, Ct 06611 Donna's family would like to thank everyone for there kinness and care to her and her family during this most diff cult time.

Published in Connecticut Post from Feb. 19 to Feb. 20, 2007