In Memory of Donna Armbruster

Donna Marie (Peters) Armbruster, age 88 of Hudson, Wisconsin passed away peacefully on November 17th, surrounded by family. Donna was born March, 25, 1932 in Scobey, Montana. She graduated from River Falls High School in 1950. She was united in marriage to LeRoy Armbruster, her high school sweetheart, on November, 22, 1952. They had four children.

Donna is survived by her husband, Roy; sons, Dennis (Lori) and Dale; daughter, Diane (Charlie); grandchildren, Chad (Bekah), Nicole (Kevin), Rhett and Taryn; great granddaughters, Valerie, Harper, Veda, and Kenzie. She was preceded in death by her son, David, in March of this year.

A celebration of life will be announced and held at a later date.

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    • A very sweet gal has earned her wings! Donna was one of a kind. She lit up a room with her beautiful smile and down to earth personality. She loved her family deeply. Our Halloween parties won’t be the same without her.
      Life can be the same after the loss of a trinket but, never the same after the loss of a TREASURE. We will miss you dearly…. until we meet again.
      Love Gary and Nancy

    • I’m so sorry to hear of Donna’s death. She was always so full of life with a smile ready for all. My condolences to all of you; LeRoy, Dale, Diane and Dennis. She truly was remarkable. I know she will be missed by all.
      She will keep Dave company now.
      Hugs to all of you.
      Nancy (Rebholz) Linto

    • I have good memories of Donna in years past. Both her and Leroy were people you wanted to hang out with. They gave great dance lessons too! Later Donna and I worked together and had more great times! My sympathy to the family. Jill

    • Roy, Diane, Dennis and Dale, I m so sorry to hear of Donna’s passing. I always enjoyed her, she was always upbeat and teasing when Dave and I hung out together in high school and even all these years later when I saw her the last time a couple years ago. My thoughts and prayers for comfort for all.

      Tim Reams

    • So sorry to hear of Donna’s passing. The times I had in her company were warm and filled with laughter. I will always remember the playful banter she’d have with Roy. They were quite the pair ❤ Donna always made time to sit and chat; time to share her life with others. She was so quick-witted and often had a mischievous (and well-earned) grin on her face. I will miss her. Hugs to the Armbruster family

    • Many thoughts and prayers to each of the families.
      I had the privilege of meeting Donna at Dennis and Lori’s.
      Recall the good times and smile. Wishing you peace.
      Friend of Dennis and Lori
      Barb