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September 16, 1947 - November 16, 2021

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Donna Poole-Livengood, 74, of Carmichaels, PA went to be with her heavenly Father on November 16, 2021.

She was preceded in death by her beloved parents, Donald Poole, Sr. and Ethel Mae Poole. Donna was also preceded in death by her beloved dog and constant companion, Precious.

Donna is survived by her loving husband, Edward Livengood. She is also survived by her beloved sisters: Betty J. Bayes (Will), Henrietta Mishra (Michael) and brother Donald Poole, Jr. (Sharon). Donna is also survived by the following nieces and nephews whom she loved dearly: Anand Mishra (Jennifer), Rebecca Dunham, Mikey Mishra (Vicky), Dawn Mishra (Matt), great nephews and nieces: Eleanor Mishra, Henry Mishra, Gabriel Duecker, Jenna Duecker, stepdaughters, Lisa Kerr and Laura Livengood Johnson (Rob) and numerous cousins.

Donna graduated from Albert Gallatin Senior High School in 1965.

Donna died after a lengthy illness that she bravely faced with courage and strength. Donna was a beautiful soul full of love for her family and friends; one of the most giving and caring people that ever existed. Donna was a blessing to all. She enjoyed traveling, family vacations, loved the beach, jigsaw puzzles, playing cards with her friends, reading, TV, and music – one of her favorite songs was Gary Puckett’s, “Young Girl”. Attending his concert was one of her favorite memories. Donna sparkled. Her sense of humor was unsurpassed, her laughter infectious. These few words are not enough to define all her uniqueness. Her memory will be cherished and never forgotten.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Jude’s Hospital, Wounded Warriors or Paws and Prayers, from where she adopted Precious.

Psalms 116:15 “Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of one of his Saints”

Arrangements under the direction of John S. Maykuth Jr. Funeral Home, Masontown, PA.