The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA


April 2, 2013

Donna L. (Stoy) Green

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — GREEN – Donna L. (Stoy), 67, Charlotte, N.C., formerly of Conneaut Lake, Pa., passed away Saturday, March 30, 2013, at Presbyterian Hospital, Matthews, N.C. Born Aug. 28, 1945, in Johnstown, to the late James “Don” Stoy and Margaret (Doerr) Stoy, Ebensburg. She graduated from Bishop Carroll High School, Ebensburg, in 1963. Donna spent a large part of her career as personnel director at Conneaut Lake Park, along with time spent at Mama Bears, Sunshine House and Morning Star Storage. Her favorite role of all was hosting “Grammy Camp” for her grandchildren. She also enjoyed sewing and attending craft shows. She was actively involved in the VFW and served many years with Conneaut Lake Area Business Association. Donna is survived by her children, Doug Davis, and wife, Jill, Conneaut Lake, Pa.; Robert Hanson, and wife, Heidi, Williston, N.D.; Tracey Davis, Conneaut Lake, Pa.; Jennifer Davis Stephens, Charlotte, N.C.; and Jami Green, Manassas, Va.; grandchildren, Josh Gregory, and wife, Macy, Williston, N.D.; Taylor Davis, Conneaut Lake, Pa.; and Nick and Andrew Stephens, Charlotte, N.C.; sister, Linda (Stoy) Grove, and husband, Dean, Vinco; and nieces, Tammy Calpin, Vinco; and Carrie Kessler, and husband, Ben, Beaumont, Texas. Memorial service was held Tuesday, April 2, at Mill Grove United Methodist Church, 7311 Mill Grove Road, Indian Trail, N.C. Gaskin Services are handling all North Carolina arrangements. Friends will be received from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, April 5, at Waid-Coleman Funeral Home, 12422 Conneaut Lake Road, Conneaut Lake. Friends are welcome to join the family immediately following at Summit Township Volunteer Fire Department, 10870 E. Plum St., Harmonsburg, Pa. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to American Cancer Society, 505 Poplar St., Suite 310, Meadville, Pa. 16335, or to your favorite charity. Memories and condolences may be shared at

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