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Eileen G. Donnelly

The funeral for Eileen G. Donnelly, of Oakes, ND will be held on Sunday, October 31, 2004, at 2:00 p.m. at Dahlstrom Funeral Home Chapel, Oakes, ND, with Reverend Steve Olson officiating. Visitation will be Sunday from 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. at ...

The funeral for Eileen G. Donnelly, of Oakes, ND will be held on Sunday, October 31, 2004, at 2:00 p.m. at Dahlstrom Funeral Home Chapel, Oakes, ND, with Reverend Steve Olson officiating. Visitation will be Sunday from 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. at Dahlstrom Funeral Home, Oakes. Burial will be at Oakes View Cemetery.

Eileen Gladys Smith, daughter of Henry and Josephine (Anderson) Smith was born on January 22, 1915 at Indianola, Nebraska, where she received her education and grew to womanhood. She was united in marriage to Warren Ivan Donnelly on July 22, 1931 at Oberlin, Kansas. In 1940, Eileen moved with her family to San Diego, California, where Warren was employed at a defense plant. In 1946, Eileen and Warren moved to Oakes, where they farmed until retiring. After Warren's death in 1984, Eileen moved into Oakes. She became a resident of the Oakes Good Samaritan Center in 2000.

Eileen passed away Friday, October 29, 2004, at the Oakes Good Samaritan Center. She was 89 years old.

She is survived by her granddaughter Deborah (Erwin) Huseby, West Fargo, ND and a great-grandson, Nicholas Huseby, West Fargo, ND. Others left to mourn her passing are two nieces, Ruth Palensky and June Palensky, both of Oakes, ND; Dennis and Mona Roney, Paul and ReNae Roney, Pat and Kathy Roney, all of Oakes, ND; Janel and Ken Haring, Battle Ground, WA and Amber and Dan Schempp, Moorhead, MN. Eileen was preceded in death by her husband Warren, her parents, one son Dale, one daughter Dolores, one granddaughter Lisa and sixteen brothers and sisters.

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