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In Memory

Rae Donahue - Class Of 1966



Rest In Peace Rae

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01/03/09 11:54 PM #1    

Barbara Flanigan (Kirkwood) (1969)

Rae's funeral was the first one I ever went to . It was heartbreaking to see the lifelessness of a girl who had been so vibrant and kind in life. It was such a long time ago, but I still remember how sad it was. She was always so nice to me (and I was a lowly underclassman.

02/22/14 10:01 PM #2    

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!










02/23/14 01:48 PM #3    

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 !

02/23/14 04:08 PM #4    

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

02/24/14 04:06 PM #5    

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)


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