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Donna Almon

Donna Almon

Saturday, October 26th, 1935 Saturday, May 30th, 2020

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Obituary for Donna Almon (Champer)

Donna (Champer) Almon, 84, of Indianapolis, passed away at home peacefully, Saturday, May 30th, 2020. She was born October 26th, 1935 in Indianapolis to her parents, Leslie and Ernestine (Jennings) Champer. She married Kenneth Almon on November 30th, 1957. She was a lifetime resident of Indianapolis.

Donna is survived by her husband of nearly 63 years, Kenneth Almon of Indianapolis; two children: John Almon and Joe (Lisa) Almon; and two granddaughters: Jessica Almon and Allison Almon. Donna is preceded in death by both of her parents.

Donna was a 1953 graduate of Decatur Central High School and attended the IU extension. She has been a 4-H club leader, a volunteer coordinator for the WFYI channel 20 and chairman of the 1981 channel 20 on-air auction. Donna worked as an administrative assistant for the Indiana Legislative Services Agency for over 20 years. She enjoyed cooking, especially baking. She loved reading, music, antiques, Cape Cod and cats. Her special talent was being an excellent mother. Donna was a member of Valley Mills Friends Meeting and several glass and early lighting clubs.

There will be a private visitation at Jones Family Mortuary in Mooresville. Wanda Baker will officiate a private graveside service to follow and be held at West Newton Cemetery in West Newton where Donna will be laid to rest.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Donna's memory to: Heifer International, 1 World Ave, Little Rock, AR 72202. The George Goodwin Center, 3935 W Mooresville Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46221. FACE Low Cost Animal Clinic, 1505 Massachusetts Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46201.

To send a condolence to the family or to share a story about Donna, please visit: www.jonesfamilymortuary.com

The family of Donna would like to thank the staff of Intrepid Hospice and Carolyn Earls for her compassionate care and love.

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    West Newton Cemetery
    6701 Milton St.
    Indianapolis, IN
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Connie Walker

So sad to her that Donna passed away. I have fond memories of bringing my children to met her for lunch at the capital building. She was a kind aloof person. Apersonof her words that where always thought out carefully. I will miss her hand made Christmas cards and notes. Proud to have been her cousin and friend. Till we met again love connie

Comment | Posted at 10:48pm via Condolence

Brian Vaughan

Ken,
I am so sorry to learn of the passing of your dear wife, Donna. The 63 years of marriage is a testament of your love for her and indeed a milestone to be proud of in this day and age. You are in my thoughts and prayers my friend.
Brian W. Vaughan
Comment | Posted at 11:03am via Condolence
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Kenneth Almon

Thank you Brian. We had known each other for over 71 years. A lot of happy memories and good times were shared. The best to you and your family.
Posted at 02:15pm
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Warren McBride

Our family met Donna through the Valley Mills Friends Church. She worked with the youth group among other activities. She always had ‘adult’ answers to our teen age questions and capers. Donna was someone to model your life after. Our condolences to Kenny and family.
Cathryn McBride, Mary Kay and Warren McBride, Janet and James Taylor
Comment | Posted at 03:35pm via Condolence
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Kenneth Almon

Thank you Warren, she enjoyed those days at Valley Mills. Hope all is well with you and your family.
Posted at 10:35pm
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Duane and Mary Jane Market

Ken, John, Joe and Lisa, Jessica, Allison;
We are saddened to learn of Donna’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. May God grant you His comfort and peace.
Mary Jane and Duane
Comment | Posted at 12:19pm via Condolence
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Kenneth Almon

Thank you- the last few years had been difficult for Donna but we were able to have her at home during all this coronavirus.. Many have not been as fortunate. Take care.
Posted at 10:42pm

Nancy Thoms

I worked with Donna at LSA in the 1980's. She was such a nice person. I still use a great recipe that she shared with me! I don't know any of her family, but I feel like I do because she spoke so lovingly of all of you. I am so sorry for your loss.
Comment | Posted at 11:32am via Condolence
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Kenneth Almon

Thank you Nancy-Donna really enjoyed her years at LSA. She often spoke of you and others. She loved cooking and would be happy to know one of her recipes was still being used.Take care.
Posted at 02:19pm
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