Donna's Live Streamed Memorial Service can be viewed below starting at 12:45 PM:
Donna Jean Chatoney, 58, of Kindred, ND passed away suddenly and peacefully in her sleep on November 7, 2020. She was born on December 7, 1961 in Manchester, CT. She moved to California at a young age and found her way to North Dakota in 2011. She was employed at Express Lanes in Kindred for the majority of that time. She enjoyed spending time with her family and friends, especially her grandkids, in her downtime. She was considered a helper in her community. She is survived by her by her children Sara (Chatoney) and her husband Chuck Moore, Christopher Chatoney and his wife Loretta, Leighton Chatoney and Brittany Chatoney; her grandchildren Ayden, Eagan and Liam Moore; Lawrence and Isabel Chatoney and Aubree Chatoney; her siblings Norman Healy, Michael Healy and his wife Susie, Deborah Gossett, Lori Mikols and her brother in law Greg Weber; many nieces, nephews and cousins, and her kitten Buddy. She is predeceased by her mother Betty Jean Lamprecht and her sister Carol Jean Weber. A memorial service will be held on Thursday, November 19, 2020 at 1pm at Frederickson Boulger Funeral Chapel - 5345 SE 165th Ave, Kindred, ND, 58051. Reception to follow. An account has been set up through Kindred State Bank to help with the costs of Donna’s funeral expenses. Donations can be mailed to or dropped off at: Kindred State Bank, 411 Elm St, Kindred, ND 58051 c/o Donna Chatoney’s Benefit account. Thank you so much to her work family at Express Lanes in Kindred for setting up a donation jar for Donna’s funeral expenses as well as for all of your support. It means the world to her family. This poem was one of the last things Donna shared on Facebook and we wanted to share it with all who read this: One day, you are going to hug your last hug, kiss your last kiss, and hear someone’s voice for the last time, but you never know when the last time will be. Live every day as if it were the last time you will be with the person you love. Donna's Video Tribute can be viewed below:

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  1. My sincere condolences to Donna’s family.. I will miss seeing her in the mornings on my way to work- it just won’t be the same. Fly high Donna

  2. Donna was a bright spot in so many lives. She always had a “How are the Kids?”or “ How’s baby?” every time we stopped. The girls loved seeing her before school. She was loved by many and missed by all who knew her. Rest easy dear Donna. Thoughts and prayers to Sara, the boys and all her family.

    The Johnsons

  3. What a beautiful keepsake of Donna. I grew up with Donna as I was a friend of her sister and spent time at their house on Denver Drive in Costa Mesa. Donna was a spunky and happy!! May you find comfort in your memories and love in your heart. Rest in Heaven, Donna.

    Jody Raya

  4. Be at peace my sweet sister. Give Mom and Carol a hug from me. You were taken way too soon, but as we know God has a plan for us all.

    Today I woke up at 4:44 and i felt something different. It triggered me to look up the meaning seeing 444. It said “your departed loved one is sending you a sign”. It was a beautifully peaceful moment.

    I love and miss you… 💙

  5. I am glad I got to know your fun spirit and huge heart. You gave laughter, love, and compassion like no other. You were family and friend.
    God bless you and give you peace.

  6. Rest easy Aunt Donna. It sure it amazing hearing what an amazing impact you made in so many people lives. Your smile is endless.

    Love Kels <3

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