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Donna Charlotte Dobbs, 53, Olathe, Kansas, passed away August 2, 2021 at her home. A memorial gathering will be held from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM (Noon) on Monday, August 9, 2021 at Heartland, 6113 Blue Ridge Blvd., Raytown, Mo 64133. A live feed of the memorial can be seen HERE. A Celebration of Life service will be held from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM on Monday, August 9, 2021 at Austin’s Bar and Grill, 11108 S. Lone Elm Street, Olathe, Kansas 66061.
Donna as born June 22, 1968 in Kailua, Hawaii, to Michael and Charlotte Fleener. Donna was very selfless, and always put the needs of her family and friends before her own. She was a proud and supportive wife and mother, but her true love was being a grandmother. Becoming a grandmother helped her find her importance and place in life. Donna loved and cared for her pets as if they were family as well. She missed and longed for the ocean. As per her wishes she will be cremated and at a later date her family will grant her final wish and she will be scattered in the ocean.
Donna is survived by her husband Martin L. Dobbs, her sons; Thomas Musick, Levi Dobbs and Kevin Jankowski, her mother Charlotte R. Amorine, her father and step mother Michael and Joan Fleener, a brother Michael Fleener II, sister Maureen Pisani and several grandchildren and many friends.
Cory Rohs says
very sorry to hear about your loss, your entire family will be in our prayers
Kathy Johnson says
I met Don and when my daughter was a year-and-a-half-old that was 32 years ago is there when my son was born she came to her and Liam came to the hospital when Jeffrey was in the Burn Unit Children’s Mercy she was there when all three of my grandchildren were born we used to do everything together needs to talk to her every single day it’s going to be hard not to have anybody to call and vent to she was my vent partner and I was her bed partner I love you Donna you’re in a better place and got to see my son he’ll take care of you he’s been there for a while I love you I miss you you going to be my BFF Forever I will see you someday I hope you’re at peace now love you later
Thank you for always looking out and protecting us Donna. Thank you for the laughs, the advice, the skateboard races down our street, the good food, the amazing company, treating my son like he was one of your grandbabies, the mama scolds that were necessary from time to time, the rides across town to drop a car off that needed repairs, and the list goes on. So many amazing memories with you. You made a huge impact on our lives. Rest easy neighbor!
Colton, Ellen & Brock