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Donna Mae Dibble

May 28, 1930 – April 1, 2021


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Donna Mae Dibble at 90-years-young entered eternal life on, Thursday, April 1, 2021. She was born on May 28, 1930 in Fargo, North Dakota. Her spunk and love for family is carried on by her four children, twelve grandchildren, thirteen great grandchildren and one great-great grandchild, her loving husband and his two children, her brother as well as extended family and friends all over the world. She was preceded on her journey by her youngest son.

Donna, a dedicated and loving 34-year Air Force wife traveled over two-thirds of the world. She was a fabulous and passionate cook, learning to create the cuisine of each country she lived in such as: Mushy Peas and Bangers in England, “the perfect white-rice” in Okinawa, Spaetzle and Jager Schnitzel in Germany, “In-ground” Kimchi in Korea, and Hake in the Azores, which she personally caught on her fishing trips with her husband.

Donna’s great love of plants, flowers and hummingbirds, was expressed wherever she lived. It has been said, “She could plant toothpicks and grow telephone poles!” She was a member of the Mesa East Valley Rose Society for many years. Donna and her husband enjoyed early morning coffee-time together in their garden, lovingly created by their daughter in-law.

A private memorial service was held at their family home and her ashes will be interned with her son in Colorado.

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Donna Mae Dibble

May 28, 1930 – April 1, 2021


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Donna Mae Dibble at 90-years-young entered eternal life on, Thursday, April 1, 2021. She was born on May 28, 1930 in Fargo, North Dakota. Her spunk and love for family is carried on by her four children, twelve grandchildren, thirteen great grandchildren and one great-great grandchild, her loving husband and his two children, her brother as well as extended family and friends all over the world. She was preceded on her journey by her youngest son.

Donna, a dedicated and loving 34-year Air Force wife traveled over two-thirds of the world. She was a fabulous and passionate cook, learning to create the cuisine of each country she lived in such as: Mushy Peas and Bangers in England, “the perfect white-rice” in Okinawa, Spaetzle and Jager Schnitzel in Germany, “In-ground” Kimchi in Korea, and Hake in the Azores, which she personally caught on her fishing trips with her husband.

Donna’s great love of plants, flowers and hummingbirds, was expressed wherever she lived. It has been said, “She could plant toothpicks and grow telephone poles!” She was a member of the Mesa East Valley Rose Society for many years. Donna and her husband enjoyed early morning coffee-time together in their garden, lovingly created by their daughter in-law.

A private memorial service was held at their family home and her ashes will be interned with her son in Colorado.

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