Donna Mae Wonser

donna mae wonser
Fargo, ND - Donna Wonser, 86, Fargo, ND, died Sunday, June 23rd at Sanford Medical Center. Donna was born on February 28, 1933 in Portland, ND. The daughter of Inga and Louis Aamold. She married Chuck Wonser on November 7, 1955. Chuck and Donna raised 5 children in McVille, ND. Donna worked for many years at Friendship Manor in McVille, and was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary. Donna and Chuck were members of McVille Lutheran Church, where Donna was a Sunday School Teacher and a Lutheran League Leader. She moved to Grand Forks after Chuck’s death in 2004. She was a Foster Grandma for the Volunteers of America for 11 years.Donna was known for her unconditional love for family, her acts of service and sense of humor.She is loved by so many and we will miss her. Donna is proceeded in death by her parents, her 5 siblings, and her beloved husband Chuck. Donna is survived by her five children; Jackie (Kevin) Gilbertson Anoka, MN, Peggy ( Jeff) Heath, E. Grand Forks, Mark (Joan) Wonser Regent, ND, Lori Jacobson, Wahpeton, ND, Paul (Michele) Wonser, Zimmerman, MN, 16 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. A celebration of life will be held on Wednesday, June 26th from 6pm-8pm at Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center, Fargo, ND. She will be laid to rest at the McVille Cemetary.

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  1. We will miss you Donna! Say hi to my Dad and all our family. Love Larry Brice Aamold. The seasons pass so quickly. Peace be with you Auntie Donna!

  2. May you Rest In Peace, Aunt Donna. I enjoyed all of our “outings” these past several years…taking road trips to Mayville, Portland, the senior bus trip to Fargo, meeting up at church and going out to for meals together. I loved listening to the family “stories” you and my Mom shared. You were a very kind, sweet and gentle person and you will be greatly missed. I loved your sense of humor. I am comforted in knowing you are in good company with Uncle Chuck, my Dad, your other siblings and your Mom & Dad. ~Godspeed, Peace & Love.

  3. Jackie, Peggy, Mark, Lori, Paul, and families – I am sorry for your loss. Your mom was such a sweet lady with a kind heart!

  4. Rest in peace, tell Chuck we said hi, god bless you sister in law Elizabeth (Betty)

  5. Seeing Aunt Donna’s picture on her obituary made me cry, set in the reality that she’s really gone. Beautiful photo of such a lovely woman, one whose presence will be missed by many. Rest In Peace, Auntie Donna … give my dad a hug from me! Love always, your niece Susie

  6. We remember Donna well from our days in McVille in the early 70’s. (Jim was pastor at McVille Lutheran.). Our sympathies to the family, especially Jackie who was babysitter to our kids.

  7. Lori and entire Wonser family, we are so sorry for your loss. Our sincere condolences. We were lucky to know her and to spend some special times with her and your families. Rest in peace dear Donna.

  8. So sorry to hear of the loss of your mom, Donna. She was a great resident of McVille and did a lot for the church, the American Legion Auxiliary and as an employee at the Neson County Health Systen Care Center. I know she will be missed by many. Blessings to that family and all who knew her.

  9. We are so Saddened by the news of Donna !! My Aunt Penny has her arms wrapped around her also in Heaven !! What a Sweet Sweet Lady your Mother was !! Our Thoughts and Prayers are with all of you as you all say your Goodbyes !!! What a Beautiful Angel you all have WATCHING Over You !!! She’s at Peace now with her Husband Chuck always talked about Him when we would visit !!!

  10. I loved this, to see all the graciousness she held within her how much throughout her life she gave to others. Such an amazing Woman, I’m grateful for my small moments with her. I will always feel her smile upon the mention of her name, Donna 💜

  11. Dear Jackie, Peggy, Lori, Mark, and Paul, My heartfelt sympathy goes to you and your family. I remember all the times as a young girl going to Macville to visit and sll our family outtings it was some of the best moments in our lives. We all definately had good upbringings and were well taken care of cuz we had wonderful parents such as ours. Your mom/ Aunt/godmother was a wonderful lady with a beautiful soul, she will be greatly missed. May God Bless You All and Peace Be With You…..

  12. Sincere sympathy to the family. May the special memories remain in your heart always.

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