Rest In Peace Rae
Barbara Flanigan (Kirkwood) (1969)
Rea Donahue (Barnette) (1966)
After all these years, thank you so much for sharing your memories of my twin sister, Rae. It was so long ago and I still miss her. Her death from leukemia was sudden and painful. Wow, if we only knew then what we know now. Leukemia is a tough one. I always wonder if we would have followed the dreams we shared.
Rae was very sweet and cared about other people. She had a special charm we rarely see. I know she is smiling down upon us!
Ronnie Brooks (Brooks) (1966)
Hello Rea,,,I still remember all the parties at your house and the way you two girls always had ways to entertain all your guests. I enjoyed dancing with your sister and I know she is up in Heaven looking down on us !
Ed Menold (1968)
I remember seeing you two in the halls, and occassionally at Lake Worth. I also remember Mark and how fun he was to be around. The funeral was a shocker and a lesson in living for today that I will always remember
SaraJane Bauer (Adair) (1965)
R.I.P. Rae.....didn't personally know her but everyone knew the Donahue twins...just always knew they were nice girls. :O)