Donna Koziol Sep 21, 1948 - Nov 30, 2020
**Due to Covid-19 Regulations for the State of Pennsylvania, effective Friday, 11/27/2020, there will be a maximum of 35 people allowed in the funeral home at one time.**
Donna (Whitman) Koziol, age 72, passed away on November 23, 2020 surrounded by her family. She was a longtime resident of Chester before moving to Eddystone. Most recently Donna has lived in Brookhaven. Donna worked as a teacher’s assistant for many years before retiring from the Delaware County Intermediate Unit. She was a member of Tree of Life Church, Springfield. She enjoyed cooking, the beach and spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren at her home in Ocean City, Maryland.
She was the daughter of the late William J. and Martha (Gebhart) Whitman and Sister of the late Bill Whitman.
SURVIVORS: Her loving husband of 38 years Richard L. Koziol, 4 Children: Freddy Cubler (Melissa), Chris Cubler (Michelle), Bill Cubler (Melissa), Susan Rees (Chuck), and her siblings: Sandy McGinley and Teresa Nacrelli, her Sister in laws, Rose Marie Kozial, Mary Ann Douglas, Diane Stranding, and brother in law Tony Koziol. Her granddaughter Miranda Cubler and 8 other grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.
Visitation: Monday November 30, 2020 from 10:30-11:45am at the Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home, 5980 Chichester Ave, Aston
Memorial Service: 12 NOON at the funeral home. This service will be streamed on Zoom. To view this service, click here and enter password: 722524
Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home
Begins: Nov 30, 2020 12:00pm - 12:30pm5980 Chichester Ave
Aston, PA 19014
Donna VanSant (Raftovich) says:Submitted on: Nov 30, 2020
Rich, my sincere condolences to you on Donna’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Karen and Kevin Watts says:Submitted on: Nov 27, 2020
Our sincere condolences, we are so sorry for your loss. Always thinking of you and your family.
Mary Diane Standring says:Submitted on: Nov 27, 2020
To Rich and Miranda, Bill, Fred, Susan and Chris, all of Donna’s grandchildren and great-grandchildren, Sandy and Teresa and all her friends, I am so very sorry about Donna’s passing. To me Donna was bigger than life. She loved and cared for her family fiercely, kind of like the mamma bear with her baby cubs, tough love and at the same time protecting them all. Back in the day, I had a few wild and crazy times with Donna and the family, and we all survived with some great stories to tell and memories to share. And Donna loved my brother, Rich, with all her heart. They were good for each other and great together. Donna was the nucleus for her family and loved ones and will be missed very much. I like to imagine Donna is up in heaven with her brother Bill getting the party started! Rest in peace, Diane Standring (Mary Diane Koziol)
Bob Manocchio says:Submitted on: Nov 27, 2020
Rich, so sorry. I lnow it must be hard especially during the holidays. All of us at TCA will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.
Sandra McGinley says:Submitted on: Nov 27, 2020
My Beautiful Sister I was blessed to have you in my life My Sister ,My Friend I have all our childhood memories we shared, They will FOREVER live on in my heart. All the fun I had with you through the years are irreplaceable. I'll always be grateful for your loving heart, your laughter, your compassion, your great wit and your courage. Donna, you were always willing to go the extra mile for your loved ones. You fought the good fight My Dear Sister. God wanted you to come home. For all of us your are gone too soon. Love You Donna, Your Sister Sandy.