Donna Reynolds

Obituary of Donna M Reynolds

Donna M. Reynolds 62, of Cortland passed away September 9, 2009 at home surrounded by her family.Donna was born May 2, 1947 in Cortland the daughter of the late Charles and Katherine Smith Lawson. Donna had been employed as a nurse at Cortland Regional Medical Center, the Jewish Home of Central New YorkCortland Care Center and most recently at Northwood's at Cortland serving as a nurse manager Donna is survived by her husband Pierce Reynolds of Cortlandher children Roy.Chuck" Everett of Solvay, Annette Everett. Michael, Derek and RJ Reynolds all of Cortland. Her grandchildren Katie, Jackie, joshua, Jordyn, Jillian, Funeral Services will be held 10:00 am Monday at the Wright-Beard Funeral Home 9 Lincoln Ave. Cortland.Friends are invited to call Sunday from 2:00 -5:00 pm at the Funeral Home. Anyone wishing to make a memorial contribution in Donna's name is asked to consider the American Cancer Society 13 Beach St. Johnson City, NY 13790 To offer on line condolences visit i am sorry for your loss. donna was a great person to be around at Northwoods. she will be greatly missed crystal batzer (soule) Derek and Annette, wanting to let you know that you and your family are in our prayers as you go through this time of loss. Losing a parent is the hardest thing any of us will ever go through, and Hark and I want you to know that if you need anything that we are here for you. Donna and Harold Gibbs MY PRAYERS AND THOUGHTS ARE WITH DONNA'S FAMILY. DONNA WAS A WONDERFUL PERSON. I WORKED WITH HER AT THE JEWISH HOME. SHE WILL BE MISSED. ELAINE MOYNIHAN I am sorry to hear about your loss. we are thinking of you and your family at this time. old friend of Mike & worked with Anette. Valerie & Kevin ChapmanLess and family, So sorry to about your loss.Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this dif ficult time. Joe and Norma Nellenback so sorry for your loss, i worked with donna at northwoods, donna always had a very welcome smile. losing a loved one is very difficult. she will be missed by everyone who's life she touched. KAREN BALLOG You are all in my thoughts and prayers. It has to be tough to lose someone that you loved so much, no matter if did get upset with them at times. I will never forget Donna, the times that I went to her house to play with the kids and even the rides to work with her. I worked with Donna at the Cortland Nursing Home. Donna was a nice and caring woman and I am going to miss her. If any of you need anything please feel free to get in contact with me. She will never be forgotten. Kathy (Hazzard) Radcliffe Annette, I am so sorry about your loss. Your Mom was such a wonderful gal. I just returned from Pittsburgh and read the newspaper. I am sorry I missed the calling hours . Prayers and thought are with you and your family. Andria Ayers CCC I am so sorry for the lost of your wife, mother, grandmother. She truely was a kind and considerate lady. I will always remember her warm smile and tender heart with the residents and staff at Cortland Care Center. She made her mark on my heart and will always have a special spot there. Sincerely, Barbara Edeker ( Dufresne) Annette, I am very sorry to hear about your loss. Keep all the memories in your heart and know that my thoughts and prayers are with you. Judy Rice I am so sorry for your loss. Donna was a great person and friend. We always had a good time and lots of laughs when she came to the shop. Debra I'm sorry for your loss. i just heard about Donna. I worked with Donna when she was my Assistant Director of Nursing at the Jewish Home. She had a great sense of humor ,always showed alot of compassion for the residents and families. She was hard working never stopped til the job was done right. She was wonderful nurse and great to work with. When she talked about her family you could see how much she loved each one. She is now looking down from a special star watching over everyone. God Bless her Sherrill Boyce
A Memorial Tree was planted for Donna
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Wright-Beard Funeral Home
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