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Donna M. Erickson

Born: 
Sunday, April 3, 1966
Died: 
Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Birthplace: 
Bellingham, WA
Service Information: 
A celebration of life will be held at the Valley Church (904 Nooksack Ave) in Nooksack, WA, on Sunday, November 1st, at 3:00 p.m.
Donna Marie Erickson, age 54, a life-long resident of Whatcom County, passed away on Tuesday, October 20th, at Whatcom Hospice House after an incredibly courageous three year battle with stage 4 cancer. 
 
Donna was born to Ken and Maribeth German Erickson on April 3rd, 1966 in Bellingham, WA. She graduated from Lynden High School in 1984, where she excelled in several sports & enjoyed music, after which she chose to attend Central Washington University.
 
When she returned to Whatcom County, she began employment at Lynden Cost Cutter, later transferring to Everson Red Apple. In her 20 plus years in the grocery industry she befriended so many along the way and will be greatly missed. She was also an avid animal lover, especially dogs.
  
Donna was preceded in death by her parents, Ken and Maribeth, and is survived by her son KJ Allen of Everson, brothers Eric (Renae) Erickson of Lynden and Leif (Robin) Erickson of Colfax, sister Bonnie (Wayne) Pearson of Prosser, numerous nieces and nephews, as well as her dogs, Pete and Rusty. 
 
A celebration of life will be held at the Valley Church, 904 Nooksack Ave on Sunday, November 1st at 3 P.M. In lieu of flowers it is suggested that a donation be made in her name to Valley Church, Whatcom Hospice House, or the Humane Society.

 

Guestbook Entries

Submitted by KENNETH E GERMAN on

So sad ... the world lost a beautiful and caring person that we all will miss.

Submitted by Marilyn Roper on

My heart is broken. I have known Donna for 20 years, she was such a warm wonderful person and I am going to miss her smiling face and quick wit so much. Rest in peace Donna. You are finally with God and the battle is over.

Submitted by Ralph Holman on

Donna's father and I were Cousins, we were toghther for much of our early years. When I returnedfrom military service we again returned to our early close years. My wife and I formed a very good relationship with Donna and her siblings. She has been in our Prayers during her long battle with Cancer.  She was a couragous woman and is now with our LORD. Bless her, KJ and all her friends and lovedones.

Submitted by Shari (Roberts)... on

Donna was such a joy!
I will miss her and her wonderful laugh. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

Submitted by Mary Cook on

Donna and I worked together and became good friends...I will miss her smile and quick wit...I am gald to have the privilege of knowing her..she will be forever in my thoughts and prayers...

Submitted by Mary Cook on

Donna and I worked together and became good friends...I will miss her smile and quick wit...I am gald to have the privilege of knowing her..she will be forever in my thoughts and prayers...

Submitted by Mary Cook on

Donna and I worked together and became good friends...I will miss her smile and quick wit...I am gald to have the privilege of knowing her..she will be forever in my thoughts and prayers...

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