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Donna R. McKibben

Published On: Jan 15 2013 05:44:39 AM CST

Donna R. McKibben, age 76 of Monroe, died Thursday, January 10, 2013 at U.W. Hospital, Madison. Donna was born April 21, 1936 in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, the daughter of the late Ernest and Eleanor (Eisenhower) Frazier. She married Kermit Maaske on August 1, 1954 and on June 3, 1977 she was united in marriage to Charles A. McKibben. Donna lived in Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin most of her adult life. She was a member of the Monroe Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses.

Donna is survived by her husband, Charles McKibben; five children, Steven Maaske, Kimberly (Randy) McKibben, Lori (Tom) Leuzinger, Scott Maaske, and Lisa Mayo, all of Monroe; 13 grandchildren; 6 great grandchildren; five siblings, Ernest (Beverly) Frazier, Ernestine (Harold) Huber, all of Missouri, Nancy (Warren) Samuelson of South Dakota, and James (Joanne) Frazier of Illinois.

Memorial services will be held on Saturday, January 19, 2013, at 1:30 p.m., at Kingdom Hall, N3073 State Highway 59, Monroe. There will be no visitation. The Newcomer Funeral Home, Monroe, is assisting the family. To share a memory or sign the guestbook go to www.newcomerfuneralhome.net

Donna loved spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren and will be dearly missed by her family and friends.

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