Donna Claire Wisniewski Hall
Taken from us suddenly and too soon on 1/9/2019
Born in Highland Park on 10/5/1949, ( 69) Donna was the only child born to : Clarie Jane Wisneiwski and Thomas Wisniewski, Donna moved to Sylvan Lake , Mi as young girl and had a wonderful childhood in the lake community. She worked at St. Joseph Mercy Oakland for 15 years. She then went into real estate and has worked for Crossroads Title for the last 10 years. She will be greatly missed by both her Crossroads family as well as the real estate community that she served. Everyone loved her.
She graduated from Pontiac Central High school in 1967.
Donna is survived by her two Daughters , Jacqueline Allison Lee ( Brian Lee) of Waterford/ Ortonville , MI and Jill Gallagher Mcdonald (Dan Mcdonald) Of Cary, Illinois and her fur baby Charlie.
She is also survived by grandchildren : Alyssa Pauley, (Ryon Folsom) Kaylin Adams ( William Adams III) and Nick Hubbard ( Kristen Hubbard) Jennie Mcdonald Featherstone ( Tim Featherstone) Brian Mcdonald, Kevin Mcdonald. As well as Great Grandchildren; Marshall Featherstone (4 mos) Brenna Pauley (8) , Logan Pauley (6) , Harrison Folsom, (11 months) William Adams IV (18mos) and baby Jack Spencer Adams, who is due in April 2019.
Donna was so proud of her family and her especially all her grandbabies. They will miss her terribly.
Donna loved her community and she spent many hours with her extended family at the Goodrich Country Club in Goodrich. Thank you to Jenn at the club , Kim and Bill Waisanen, Marcelle and Rob Bryant, Krista and Jason Bauman, Nancy and Mike Bloome, Suzanne Blachura and Bob Dunlop, Donna and Bob Halley, Reen and Charlie Arnone, Monica Glynn, John and Vita Dobson, Smoking J’s BBQ, Jeff Kenyon, her lifelong friend Frank Weatherbee whom she has been friends with for more than 53 years. And most especially her new friend Randy, who made the last 3 months of her life very happy. I will be forever grateful to all who loved her and looked out for her.
She lived her life to the fullest and enjoyed every minute 100% Even when she was in pain from her Rheumatoid Arthritis and her other Autoimmune diseases you would never know. She was bubbly and energetic and had a laugh that was larger than life. She enjoyed weekends with the girls, there was always a good time to be had. She was always on the go and not much slowed her down, especially after her knee replacement. She loved to dance and sing and have fun!
Donna had a smile for everyone she met and I always said she never met a stranger, She lit up the room and people looked forward to seeing her. We will miss her more than I can put into words.
Love you Mom,