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Condolences for John "Mumba" A. Donohoe Jr.

Mary DonohueFriday, March 29th

John. I am going to miss you. Especially the times we played Pinochle and Chrissy and I would beat the crap out of you and Kevin. My favorite picture of you in my mind is you on your deck on the blue chair loving life. You will be missed.

Francis TyrolFriday, March 29th

No words my brother. Safe travels until we meet again.
“ Francis Me Boy”

Kevin DonohueFriday, March 29th

The man we called " Cousin " & the creator & originator of my Nick Name KD we had so many good times on & off the football field. So many gatherings with so many laughs. I'll miss the one-on-one times. We Love you as an older brother our warmest condolences to Chrissy, your strength is to be commended & to Johnny. Patrick, Katie, & Collie, & the Donohoe family. With all our Love & admiration
KD & Mary

Jeff SapersteinFriday, March 29th

So sorry for loss. Thoughts & prayers to your whole family

JOSEPH IERUBINOFriday, March 29th

Our dear longtime friend and ROMBC BROTHER will be heartfully missed. You have been a sincere and devoted friend to us, many for 50 years, some 60. Somehow you have managed to meet our Lord at your final resting place on the First Thursday of the month. What a coincidence!!!! You and Chrissy and your gang will remain in our hearts.
We will forever be indebted to you for your uncompromised friendship.
We love you brother.
May you rest in the Peace of our Lord.
Hoorah to you, Bobby and Big Jer

Tom WoollamFriday, March 29th

I am terribly saddened at the loss of such a magnificent friend. He was so generous, particularly to thousands of young people who enjoyed the benefits of his support for youth athletics of all kinds. The ROMBC breakfasts were always a treat. Whenever I saw John, I could feel the warmth of his friendship and I knew we were about to enjoy the moment that we were in. I will cherish the memories and great stories I have about John.
My deepest condolences to all who loved him.

Bonnie SerratoreFriday, March 29th

Chrissy - I’m so saddened to hear of John’s passing. It’s hard to remember a time when you were not together. Please know that you are in my heart, thoughts and prayers.

Margaret RappoFriday, March 29th

Brave Mumba - you are a legend!! There are way too many stories to tell about the fun and laughter we had with you. I know my dad and mom will be thrilled to welcome you into heaven. No doubt there’s a heck of a party going on up there. Our community is forever indebted to your service, generosity and dedication to all the sports programs available to our children. Once you put your mind to something, we knew you would accomplish it above and beyond anyone’s expectations. Our sincere condolences go out to Chrissy, Johnny, Katie, Patrick and Colin along with your siblings and extended family. You will be sadly missed by so many. Rest in Peace, John. You deserve it.

Edward DixonFriday, March 29th

God bless John and the Donahoe family! - Ed Dixon (Spring Mill CC).

kenneth ronanFriday, March 29th

Working for you and your amazing company never felt like a job I always felt like part of the family. You always called me brother. I will miss you my brother. You were a great family man, business man and a real man's man. Chrissy, Johnny, Katie, Patrick and Colin my deepest condolences to you and your families. Rest in peace my friend.

Brian StedmanSaturday, March 30th

I am shocked and sad to hear this news of John. He is one of those larger than life individuals one meets in one's life whom you coukd never forget. My greatest regret is not staying in touch. I enjoyed my time coaching Patrick and then experiencing the magic of the man, John. I know you are be greatly missed by many and honored to have known you. God has special plans for you. Peace to your family.

Jim CraigSaturday, March 30th

wow . Loved MUMBA. Did not know he was sick .. he was always such a fun positive person 🥰 do sorry for all you guys loss there for sure

Jim Craig

Maureen (Kelly) HarkinsSaturday, March 30th

So very sad to hear that John passed. Sincerest condolences to you Chrissy, your family and all the Donohoes. May he rest in peace.

DON MULHERNSunday, March 31st

I was very saddened to read of John's passing. He was my teammate and friend Mike's older brother, and I was lucky to get to know him as a friend as well. I remember reconnecting with him some years ago when he was leading a campaign to provide lights for the CR football stadium.
I am sorry I will not be able to attend the services for John, but my thought and prayers are with the entire Donohoe family.

RIP "Mumba"

Jay MacDonaldMonday, April 1st

To the Donohoe family,
My deepest sympathy on the passing of John. After 40 years teaching I can honestly state that John was one of my 10 favorite students. Did he gat an "A" in psychology class? No, he did not. Did he have perfect attendance? No, he did not. John's ability was greater than an "A" or perfect attendance. His sense of humor and fun-nature made psychology fun for everyone in the class. I have seen John in the community and school many times since he graduated in 1972. He always lend a helping hand in making the community and school a better place. I will be attending his mass on Thursday and hope to see many of his former students, My love to his wife and children.
Jay MacDonald
Retired CR teacher

Debbie Brandimarte (Silva)Monday, April 1st

Chrissy and family, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of John! My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time!

David BottinoSaturday, April 6th

Coach Donahue you will be forever remembered! You were a great person an inspiration to all you coached! Northampton Indians Football Champions 1986!

Beth Rzepnicki MischakThursday, April 11th

What an AMAZING man with such a BIG heart. So many years of WONDERFUL memories! Our families will always cherish the fun memories! May you rest in peace. Your one and only "Buzzard".

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