Donna Mae “Baby” Kisselman

Donna Mae “Baby” Kisselman

Birth
Greeley, Weld County, Colorado, USA
Death
11 Mar 1969 (aged 18)
Greeley, Weld County, Colorado, USA
Burial
Windsor, Weld County, Colorado, USA GPS-Latitude: 40.4779146, Longitude: -104.8909182
Plot
Lot 20, Grave 12
Memorial ID
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Donna Mae Kisselman was affectionately called "Baby" by her parents who doted on her as a youngster. She was the youngest child of Henry Jr and Mary Jane (Ehle) Kisselman.

Although Donna had a lot of health problems during her childhood, she was very active when playing with her siblings. The Kisselman family lived on the edge of Windsor Lake and had 2 lots which gave them ample room in their yard to play baseball, ride bikes, swim, fish and ice skate on the lake in the winter time.

The family had many different types of animals around the property and Donna was especially fond of the cats. Donna's older sister shared this memory, "Our brother added a rooster to the menagerie of animals we had in our yard and the rooster would only chase Donna. Mom told my dad to do something with that rooster and it is quite likely that we ate it for supper the next day".

Donna attended Windsor schools and it is said that pink was her favorite color! She had pretty blonde hair and big blue eyes. She will always be remembered as being a very kind and friendly person.

In 1969, just 2 months shy of her 19th birthday, Donna was living on her own in a little apartment in Greeley, CO. It is there that she suffered the UNIMAGINABLE, she was murdered. Donna's passing left a gigantic hole in the hearts of her parents and siblings, a hole which never fully closes. Oh, you somehow learn to move on with your life because you have to, but you never, ever get over the loss of the loved one who was so heinously taken from you.

Rest in heavenly peace "Baby", you are not forgotten!
Donna Mae Kisselman was affectionately called "Baby" by her parents who doted on her as a youngster. She was the youngest child of Henry Jr and Mary Jane (Ehle) Kisselman.

Although Donna had a lot of health problems during her childhood, she was very active when playing with her siblings. The Kisselman family lived on the edge of Windsor Lake and had 2 lots which gave them ample room in their yard to play baseball, ride bikes, swim, fish and ice skate on the lake in the winter time.

The family had many different types of animals around the property and Donna was especially fond of the cats. Donna's older sister shared this memory, "Our brother added a rooster to the menagerie of animals we had in our yard and the rooster would only chase Donna. Mom told my dad to do something with that rooster and it is quite likely that we ate it for supper the next day".

Donna attended Windsor schools and it is said that pink was her favorite color! She had pretty blonde hair and big blue eyes. She will always be remembered as being a very kind and friendly person.

In 1969, just 2 months shy of her 19th birthday, Donna was living on her own in a little apartment in Greeley, CO. It is there that she suffered the UNIMAGINABLE, she was murdered. Donna's passing left a gigantic hole in the hearts of her parents and siblings, a hole which never fully closes. Oh, you somehow learn to move on with your life because you have to, but you never, ever get over the loss of the loved one who was so heinously taken from you.

Rest in heavenly peace "Baby", you are not forgotten!

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REST IN PEACE