Donna L. Seal, 77, DuboisAugust 20, 2020
Donna L. Seal, age 77 of Dubois, Indiana passed away at 8:40 a.m. Wednesday, August 19, 2020 in St. Charles Health Campus in Jasper, Indiana.
Donna was born in Dubois, Indiana on July 15, 1943 to Joseph and Verona (Rasche) Terwiske. She married Dwight Edward Seal Sr. in St. Raphael’s Catholic Church in Dubois, Indiana.
She was a 1961 graduate of Dubois High School. She had worked for many years for Wabash Valley Produce in Dubois and previously worked for the Jasper Glove Company.
She is a member of St. Isidore Catholic Church – St. Raphael Campus in Dubois, Indiana.
Her hobbies were crocheted afghans, going to yard sales and traveling with her husband and dancing. Also her joys were spending time with grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Surviving are her husband Dwight Edward Seal Sr. One daughter, Roxann King, Terre Haute, IN. One son, Dwight Edward Seal Jr. Dubois, Indiana.
Five grandchildren, Julie Potts, Skyler Potts, Levi King, Charlie Seal and Daniel Seal. And two great grandchildren, Addyson Potts and Lexi Potts.
Three sisters, Marilyn Padgett, Jasper, IN, Marlene Morgan, Huntingburg, Indiana. Judy (Ronnie) Carnes, French Lick, Indiana.
Preceding her in death are one sister, Imogene “Jeanie” Collon and two brothers, Bob and Bill Terwiske.
Private services were held at the Becher-Kluesner Funeral Home with burial to follow at a later date in St. Raphael’s Cemetery in Dubois, Indiana.
Online condolences may be made at www.becherkluesner.com.
More on DuboisCountyHerald.com
The old Sternberg Furniture building, which has been dim and empty for the past few years, was...
After a year of being shut down due to COVID-19, the Spirit of Jasper train is set to run again...
The Indiana State Department of Health reported Wednesday another COVID-19-related death in...
Miss Ohio Valley Priscilla Olson, 22, of Ireland will compete next week in Zionsville for the...
Parents, guardians and babysitters, have no fear — summer in Dubois County is going to be full...
Jasper Community Arts is presenting the artwork of installation artist Kristina Arnold for the...
“How’s your ankle?” she says, demonstrating her daily concern about my wicked ankle twist.
The Huntingburg Public Library, which is almost 100 years old, is due for some improvements.