Donna M. Guth Martin Hoffman

Donna M. Guth Martin Hoffman, age 87, of Orlando, passed away peacefully on October 13, 2020.  

Donna will be lovingly remembered by her family including her brother Austin Guth and his wife, Kathy, of Pennsylvania, her sister Dorothy Brown and her husband, Jess, of Virginia, daughter Cindy Frangione and her companion, John Baranyar, of Florida, son John Martin and his wife, Stacey, of Tennessee, son Michael Martin and his wife, Judy, of Tennessee, eight grandchildren, eight great grandchildren, many nieces and nephews.  

In addition to her parents, Austin and Ruth Guth, Donna was predeceased by her husband, Jack Hoffman, her sister, Marie Caldwell, her brother, Ray Guth, her brother, Paul Guth, her daughter, Annie Norman, and her grandson, Johnny Martin.  Born and raised in Oil City, Pennsylvania, Donna graduated from Cranberry High School and received her Nursing Degree from Oil City School of Nursing.  

A few years upon graduating Nursing school, Donna, her husband, and children moved to Orlando, Florida, where she embarked on her Nursing career and raising her family.  Truly a woman for others, Donna experienced great satisfaction when helping her family, friends, and the many individuals she came to know throughout her fruitful life.  She has touched many so positively, and will be greatly missed.  God rest her soul.

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1 Response to Donna M. Guth Martin Hoffman

  1. Joe Frangione says:

    Not a soul on earth can even compare to the wonderful and kind person Grammy was. As devastated as it was to hear, it was a blessing for her to finally move on to eternal happiness for which she deserves. We all will be together again. I love and miss you and am beyond words on how blessed I was to have you in my life and a part of my kids life. You were such an impactful person on all of our lives that your legacy will forever be remembered. May you finally be at peace with those we love and miss.

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