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1934 Jeanne 2020

Jeanne P. Donart

January 15, 1934 — September 7, 2020

Jeanne (Quinette) Donart, 86, De Pere, passed away on September 7, 2020.
Jeanne was born on January 15, 1934 in Green Bay. She was the daughter of the late Raymond & Kathryn (Daley) Quinette. She graduated from Saint Joseph Academy in the Class of 1953, where she met a great group of girls. Jeanne spent 23 years in banking until she retired in 1994 from M & I Bank. Jeanne enjoyed downhill skiing with her family and was a member of the Venture Ski Club. As a child she anxiously awaited rides in the family car and has since always enjoyed traveling and taking a drive. She was a volunteer at the Weidner Center for the performing arts. For many years she was a member of Saint Vincent’s Auxiliary as well as a Eucharistic and Altar Minister at St. Willebrord Catholic Church. Faith was always a very important part of her life. She inherited her mother’s Irish wit and sense of humor, Jeanne loved to laugh. She was very artistic and had a great sense for decorating her home as everything had its place. Jeanne was a very caring person and always had a special place in her heart for the children and the elderly.
Jeanne is survived by her twin brother, James (Carol) Quinette; nieces, nephews and also loving and caring friends who have shared many memories and milestones throughout her life.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, John; her loving and special daughter, Leslie; son-in-law, Herman T. Blasing; and her two little Yorkie grand doggies, Buttons and Bailey.

In accordance with Jeanne’s wishes, private services were held. Inurnment in Allouez Catholic Cemetery. Cotter Funeral and Cremation Care is assisting the family.

We wish to offer a special thank you to the caregivers at McCormick Assisted Living for the care given to Jeanne.

“The Gifts”
When God calls us home to heaven
To take our place as He’s designed,
At his table called forever
Where we’ll find our seat assigned,
We must plan to bring some gifts
As a most proper guest would do.
But, forget the Mink, the Ermine
And the jewels of the rainbow hue,
For though wealthy we may be
On Earth, our wealth will stay.
The only gifts that we can bring
Is what we gave away.

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