Donna Mae Quinn

Born: Tue., Jun. 27, 1950
Died: Sun., Aug. 5, 2018


Visitation

5:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Thu., Aug. 09, 2018
Location: Gang Memorial Chapel


Memorial Service

7:00 PM Thu., Aug. 09, 2018
Location: Gang Memorial Chapel


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Donna Quinn

August 5, 2018

Donna Mae Quinn, 68, of Liverpool (formerly Donna Almeida), beloved mother, grandmother, daughter and sister, passed peacefully and unexpectedly on Aug. 5  
Her family and friends mourn her passing and will always remember Donna for her selflessness, her dedication to family, her infectious and outgoing personality, her giving spirit, and her caring service to her patients during her nursing career as a pediatrics RN. She will be dearly missed.  

Donna was a long-time resident of the Syracuse area, a graduate of St. Anthony’s of Syracuse, Fayetteville-Manlius High School and the nursing program at OCC. She proudly served as a charge pediatric nurse during a 25-year career at Upstate University Hospital.    
Donna enjoyed time with her family, especially her four children and granddaughter, and camping at Lake George and Verona Beach.  She loved singing along and dancing to her extensive collection of 45’s on her jukebox, and never missed playing ball bingo on opening day of the NY State Fair.    

Donna is survived by her father, Richard L. Quinn of Fayetteville; her children: Jennifer Almeida Hooks (Mike) of CT, Melissa Almeida Ross of Albany, and Michael Almeida of Syracuse; her granddaughter, Susanna House of CT; her sister, Linda Kasprzycki (Bob) of Cazenovia; her brother, Larry Quinn (Karen) of Fayetteville; her aunts, Nellie Militi of Syracuse and Barbara Andaloro of Cicero; and many beloved nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family in Syracuse.  
She was pre-deceased by her daughter, Stephanie Almeida; her mother, Shirley (Burkhart) Quinn; and her brother, Thomas Quinn.  
Calling hours are Thursday 5-7pm with services to follow at Gang Memorial Chapel 104 Fordham Rd. at Teall Ave.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St Jude Children’s Research Hospital. http:\www.stjude.org  

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Javier & Dorothy
   Posted Tue August 07, 2018
Our sympathy & Prayers to family. Heaven Gains another ANGEL..God Bless.

Debbie Clark
   Posted Tue August 07, 2018

THE COLOR OF MEMORIES TABLE ARRANGEMENT was sent by Debbie Bloss Clark and Cathy DeMartino Micale.

Everlasting peace, dear friend. Love, Debbie Bloss Clark and Cathy DeMartino Micale


Mike Flood
   Posted Wed August 08, 2018
To the Family of Donna Mae Quinn - I was a classmate of Donna's. I was so looking forward to seeing her at our 50th Reunion at the end of this month. I remember her well from High School as someone who "got along" with almost everyone. I am sorry for your loss and sad that Donna will not brighten our gathering later this month. Take care. Mike

mark watson
   Posted Wed August 08, 2018
i would like to offer my sincere sorrow at this time to Donna's family and friends.i worked with her for many years at the childen's hospital.her love for children throughout that time was sooo evident.she will be missed.

Cindy allen
   Posted Wed August 08, 2018
To the family of Donna Quinn.My sincere condolences to your family.Donna was a very dedicated nurse and loved her profession.May her star always shine bright in the sky.

Lorraine Saarie
   Posted Wed August 08, 2018
It is with a heavy heart that I write this to the family of Donna. Donna was one of the best pediatric nurses I had the pleasure of working with. She made a difference in the lives of many children and their families. What an achievement. There is a special place in heaven for her.

Jeannie
   Posted Tue October 02, 2018
My sincere condolences to Donna’ s family.
I was one of those children that Donna touch the life of. I had Leaukemia in 1992 and Donna was my primary nurse. I remember one time for a picture I wanted to take of her she grabbed the biggest syringe she had and filled it with colored red water to be a “scary nurse” for the pic.
I always went to 4a to visit her when I came to syracuse for my check ups.
I will never forget Donna, such a kind loving soul that you could just feel when you were around her.

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