Donna Jean Turner Ream Davis, was a loving wife, mother, sister, and friend. She passed away on Sept. 27, 2020 at 88.

Donna was born August 1, 1932, to John and Dora Turner in Denver, Colorado. At age 7, the family moved to Lomita, California, and stayed there until 1943. They then moved to Drew and Myrtle Creek, Oregon, and she attended schools there for a year or so before settling down in Veneta, Ore. Donna went to grade school in Veneta and Elmira High. Later she attended Lane Community College.

Donna married Clarence A. Ream on April 24, 1948, and they had 5 children; Cheryl (Bob) Gingrich, Karen (Dan) Wolsey, Johnny (who died in infancy), Pam (Ron) King, and Randy Ream. Clarence passed away in 1989. She married Richard A. Davis on Sept. 29, 1973.

Donna owned Brides Corner from 1984-1988 and worked as a Wedding Coordinator. She attended church at Springfield Church of God and Friendly Street Church of God. She enjoyed Christian activities, music, crafts, sewing, hunting, fishing, and RVing across the U.S. after retiring in 1988. She loved to cook and play all sorts of games, and took delight in winning. She was also a survivor of breast cancer.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Clarence Ream, husband Richard Davis, son Johnny, and a sister, Glenda Farrell.

Survivors include; sisters June Haun and Betty Estes,

a brother Michael Turner, her 4 children, 7 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren.

“What a wonderful and beautiful country we have the privilege to live in. Until we meet again (my prayers) for loved ones. God Bless – Beyond the Blue” Love, Donna~