Donna Lou Kinsey

May 21, 2024 at 6:45 p.m.


Donna Lou Kinsey, 94, passed away on Sunday, May 19, 2024, at Five Star Residences in Noblesville, where she had resided since 2017.
A native and long-term resident of Warsaw, she was born on March 3, 1930, to Paul and Alice Nelson Randels and graduated from Warsaw High School in 1948. On Aug. 17, 1952, she married John A. Kinsey and they celebrated 59 years of marriage before John passed away in 2012.
Donna worked for many years at First National Bank and was a member of Warsaw Evangelical Presbyterian Church where she sang in the church choir. She enjoyed music, singing, flowers, gardening, and bird watching. Donna was also an avid (and successful) bingo player!
She is survived by her two daughters, Linda (Alex) Prokai, Carmel; and Cathy (Joseph) Cooper, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; daughter-in-law, Barbara Kinsey; sister-in-law, Carol Rapp; 13 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; three nieces; and one nephew.
In addition to her husband, Donna was preceded in death by her son, Steve Kinsey; brother, Robert Randels; one sister-in-law; one great-grandchild; one niece; and two nephews.
Donna's family has entrusted Randall & Roberts Funeral Homes with her care. A private graveside service for family is being planned.
Memorial contributions may be made to Transitions Hospice Care, 8435 Keystone Crossing, Suite 108, Indianapolis, IN 46240 (https://transitionscare.com).
Condolences can be sent to: www.randallroberts.com.

Donna Lou Kinsey, 94, passed away on Sunday, May 19, 2024, at Five Star Residences in Noblesville, where she had resided since 2017.
A native and long-term resident of Warsaw, she was born on March 3, 1930, to Paul and Alice Nelson Randels and graduated from Warsaw High School in 1948. On Aug. 17, 1952, she married John A. Kinsey and they celebrated 59 years of marriage before John passed away in 2012.
Donna worked for many years at First National Bank and was a member of Warsaw Evangelical Presbyterian Church where she sang in the church choir. She enjoyed music, singing, flowers, gardening, and bird watching. Donna was also an avid (and successful) bingo player!
She is survived by her two daughters, Linda (Alex) Prokai, Carmel; and Cathy (Joseph) Cooper, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; daughter-in-law, Barbara Kinsey; sister-in-law, Carol Rapp; 13 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; three nieces; and one nephew.
In addition to her husband, Donna was preceded in death by her son, Steve Kinsey; brother, Robert Randels; one sister-in-law; one great-grandchild; one niece; and two nephews.
Donna's family has entrusted Randall & Roberts Funeral Homes with her care. A private graveside service for family is being planned.
Memorial contributions may be made to Transitions Hospice Care, 8435 Keystone Crossing, Suite 108, Indianapolis, IN 46240 (https://transitionscare.com).
Condolences can be sent to: www.randallroberts.com.

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