Donna Stanton

Obituary of Donna M. Stanton

Donna M. Stanton, age 79, passed away on Wednesday, December 22, 2021 at the Ontario Center. Donna was born on February 24, 1942 in Canandaigua to the late Ralph & Leona (Brink) Rennoldson. Donna was a life-long Naples resident. She always had the neighborhood kids over to the house and made sure that everyone was fed and felt loved. Donna was a Crossing Guard for most of her working years for the Naples Central School. When she was younger, she helped grow grapes on the family farm, helped her husband dig graves at the cemetery and even helped with burials. Donna was proud that her mother, Mrs. Rennoldson, is on record of making the first grape pie in Naples. Brother Wease from radio station 95.1 FM even came to Naples to do an interview on the pie. In addition to her parents, Donna is predeceased by her husbands, Ronald Klug & Harold Stanton; her children: Eugene Klug & Barry Klug; her grandchildren: Justin Klug & Morgan Mansfield; and her brother, Ralph Rennoldson Jr Donna will be sorely missed by her children: Bruce Klug, Timothy Klug, and Deborah Gage, several grandchildren, a few great-grandchildren; and her siblings: Barbara Martin & Gerald Rennoldson. In addition to taking care of her family, Donna was an avid bowler in years past. She was a good mom, active grandmother, and worked hard. She took in elderly patients from Willard and tried to make them as comfortable as possible. Her children fondly remember her CB Handle as "Bouncer" and Ron's was "Whiplash." Family & friends are invited to a funeral service at 11am on Thursday, January 6, 2022 at the Baird-Moore Funeral Home, Naples. Burial will be in Rose Ridge Cemetery where Donna will be interred next to her husband. A Celebration will follow at the Naples VFW.
Thursday
6
January

Funeral Service

11:00 am - 11:30 am
Thursday, January 6, 2022
Baird-Moore Funeral Home
154 S. Main St.
Naples, New York, United States

Final Resting Place

Rose Ridge Cemetery
West Hollow Rd.
Naples, New York, United States
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