Donna Mae Feldman, age 90, of Renville, died Tuesday, May 31, 2022, at the RenVilla Nursing Home in Renville. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, June 4, 2022, at 11:00 a.m. at Ebenezer Presbyterian Church in Renville. Donna's funeral service will be livestreamed on the church's Facebook page on Saturday. The Rev. Anna Williamson will officiate. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Visitation will be held on Saturday from 9:30 to the 11 a.m. service at the church. Arrangements are with Dirks-Blem Funeral Service, Renville, MN.
Donna Mae Feldman was born on May 25, 1932, in Austin, Minnesota to her biological parents Clara Jane Pappas and Charles R. Suchomel. On November 2nd, she was adopted by Walter and Lillian (Siefert) Goellner. She grew up in Minneapolis and graduated from Central High School in 1950. Donna was united in marriage to John H. Feldman on March 10, 1951, in Minneapolis. They raised their family on a couple of different farms north of Renville, later moving into Renville in 1971. Along with being a mother and homemaker, Donna also worked at Warner Manufacturing in Sacred Heart, a sewing factory in Bird Island, the Olivia Canning Factory, and with the Migrant Program in Renville. She was a member of Ebenezer Presbyterian Church and was active with the Ladies Aid and quilting club. She enjoyed shopping, crocheting afghans, traveling with John, and visiting with her family. She will be remembered for her great love for her family, babies, and puppies.
Survivors include her 8 children: Linda (and Tim) Wilbur of Sartell, Jim (and Nancy) Feldman of Sunburg, Bruce (and Sandy) Feldman of Renville, Janice (and Pat) Geske of New Ulm, Scott (and Theresa) Feldman of Monticello, Donald (and Jane) Feldman of Renville, Robin Feldman of Renville, and Thomas (and Carol) Feldman of Brooten; her 18 grandchildren: Jake Fladeboe, Greg Fladeboe, Kim (and Brian) Sweere, Julie (and Jon) Anderson, Jon (and fiancée Sarah Isdal) Feldman, Shaun (and Shantel) Feldman, Nick (and Michele) Feldman, Amber Feldman, Brian (and Paige) Feldman, Chris Feldman, Heather Ahlbrecht, Jeron (and Jayme) Pronger, Brandon (and Yvette) Geske, Jamie (and Maddy) Feldman, Stephanie (and Alex Schmieg), Kyle Feldman, Brett Feldman, and Amanda Feldman; 20 great-grandchildren: Connor and Bryce Fladeboe, Cora and Quentin Fladeboe, Tyler and Brayden Anderson, Mckenzie (and Larry) Bomstad, Ashlyn, Lukas, and Kelsey Hildebrand, Sydney Morris, Gavyn and Gage Feldman, Addison and Aubrey Feldman, Jagger and Lennox Feldman, Joshua Allen, Maren Feldman, Clyde Schmieg; 5 step great-grandchildren: Levi, Logan, Lexi Sweere, LaLonnie (and Alex) Mullenberg and Drew (and Jennifer) Moorman; 6 great-great grandchildren: Bentley Dahl, Brynlee Shea, Bostyn and Breyah Gomez, Blakely and Kinley Bomstad; 6 step great-great grandchildren: Levin and Micah Wilson, Nova and Oakley Mullenberg, Wyatt and Eleanor Moorman; her niece and nephew: Neta (and Gary) Joyce, and Tom (and Tracy) Johnson; many other nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her biological parents Clara Jane Pappas and Charles R. Suchomel; her adoptive parents, Walter and Lillian Goellner, her brother Richard Pappas, her husband John H. Feldman, her grandson, Joseph John Feldman and her great granddaughter Avery Jane Feldman.
A Memorial Tree was planted for Donna
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