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Donna Louise Blackmore Donaldson

Obit-DonaldsonLouise Donaldson, known as Weezie to those close to her, passed away unexpectedly March 22, 2013.

She was born Donna Louise Blackmore on January 6, 1959 at Ft. Leonard Wood, MO. She spent most of her life in Colorado and the last nine years in Estes Park. She was integral in the development and management of the Lazy R Cottages. More importantly, she was able to take an active part in raising her beloved grandchildren.

Louise is predeceased by her father Barney Douglas Blackmore, her husband Leroy Donaldson and her grandson Dustin Jett.

Louise is survived by her children, Jerry Blackmore and Lindsay Lamson, Sharon DelaRosa, Laura Hibbert and Christopher Hibbert, Christopher Donaldson and Ivy Donaldson; her grandchildren: Sydnie, Jeana, Sierra, Christian, Claire, Zachary, Jayden, Lainey, Angelina, Adrian and Treyton; her mother Mary Rose Young, her sister and brothers: Donna Lee (Louise’ twin sister), Danny, Perfidia, Buck, Klay (deceased), Billy (deceased), Bobbie, Barbara, Marvin, Geneva, Thomas and Gail; many nieces and nephews. Her cherished beagles Bailey and Bella.

Louise will always be remembered as a special person; everyones “MOM” who helped others in need. She asked nothing for herself, but always gave everything to others. She was an avid sports fan. The Denver Broncos and the Colorado Mammoths have lost one of their greatest supporters.

A Celebration of Life service will be held at the Wild Basin Lodge in Allenspark, CO (1130 CR 84 West) on Saturday, March 30, 2013 at 4:00 p.m.

Flowers are welcome and can be sent to Lazy R Cottages 891 Moraine Avenue, Estes Park CO, 80517. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider making donations to the Colorado Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Please make checks payable to Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, c/o Jerry Blackmore, 1585 Saint Paul Street, Denver CO, 80206.

Louise, a remarkable person, will always be missed and eternally loved by everyone who came in contact with her. She was an amazing mother, sister, daughter, grandmother, aunt and friend. Her hilarious spirit and beautiful heart will be carried by everyone who knew her. We all love you Mom!

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