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Donna Sue Butler (Dashley)

June 2, 1946 – July 4, 2022


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In the early morning hours of Monday, July 4, 2022, our mom, Donna Sue Butler (Dashley), returned home to our Father in Heaven where she joined her sweetheart, Carl Butler, of 57 years.

Donna Sue was born to William John and Catherine Dolores Dashley on June 2, 1946, in Covington, Kentucky.

In 1960, her family relocated to Arizona.  She graduated from Scottsdale Coronado Highschool in 1964.

Donna Sue married her high school sweetheart in the Mesa, Arizona, LDS Temple on May 29, 1964.

She was a mother to 6 children and a grandmother to 16 grandchildren.  She was an amazing seamstress and enjoyed doing needlework and reading.

She was preceded in death by her parents, William John and Catherine Dolores Dashley; her sister, Carolyn Sue Hurler (Dashely), and her husband, Carl Butler.  She is survived by her 6 children and their spouses, Dahra (Lee) Bevell, Ted (Amy) Butler, Jammie (Aaron) Hoffman, Brandon (Julie) Butler, Shane (Angela) Butler, and Amanda (Preston) Strebeck.  She is also survived by her grandchildren, Jazmyne, Levi, Nachelle, Tatum, Brecken, Ridge, Rafton, Triggen, Brixton, Shane, Paytyn, Emma, Collin, Ty, Case, and Jordee.  She also leaves behind her Collie, Liesel, and several nieces and nephews.

Her children will miss her, but take comfort that she has returned hom to heaven to be with her husband and other family members.

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2 responses to “Donna Sue Butler (Dashley)”

  1. Jean Sneed says:

    So sorry for your loss. I felt privileged to have been in her home and taught her how to index. Her talents were just awesome! May the spirit of the savior reside with you as you find a new normal in your lives.

  2. Ina Anderson says:

    I will always remember how dedicated she was to her family and her passion for Quilting . She did have a nice sense of humor , she had to to put up with my Uncle Carl. He would always remind me that if I spill anything on her carpets I would have to spend time in the Aunt Donna Sues corner. I did enjoy always seeing her beautiful quilts and I will never forget her three legged collie whom she adored. I feel very blessed to have been part of her family and most of all to have her as my Aunt.

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Donna Sue Butler (Dashley)

June 2, 1946 – July 4, 2022


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In the early morning hours of Monday, July 4, 2022, our mom, Donna Sue Butler (Dashley), returned home to our Father in Heaven where she joined her sweetheart, Carl Butler, of 57 years.

Donna Sue was born to William John and Catherine Dolores Dashley on June 2, 1946, in Covington, Kentucky.

In 1960, her family relocated to Arizona.  She graduated from Scottsdale Coronado Highschool in 1964.

Donna Sue married her high school sweetheart in the Mesa, Arizona, LDS Temple on May 29, 1964.

She was a mother to 6 children and a grandmother to 16 grandchildren.  She was an amazing seamstress and enjoyed doing needlework and reading.

She was preceded in death by her parents, William John and Catherine Dolores Dashley; her sister, Carolyn Sue Hurler (Dashely), and her husband, Carl Butler.  She is survived by her 6 children and their spouses, Dahra (Lee) Bevell, Ted (Amy) Butler, Jammie (Aaron) Hoffman, Brandon (Julie) Butler, Shane (Angela) Butler, and Amanda (Preston) Strebeck.  She is also survived by her grandchildren, Jazmyne, Levi, Nachelle, Tatum, Brecken, Ridge, Rafton, Triggen, Brixton, Shane, Paytyn, Emma, Collin, Ty, Case, and Jordee.  She also leaves behind her Collie, Liesel, and several nieces and nephews.

Her children will miss her, but take comfort that she has returned hom to heaven to be with her husband and other family members.

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2 responses to “Donna Sue Butler (Dashley)”

  1. Jean Sneed says:

    So sorry for your loss. I felt privileged to have been in her home and taught her how to index. Her talents were just awesome! May the spirit of the savior reside with you as you find a new normal in your lives.

  2. Ina Anderson says:

    I will always remember how dedicated she was to her family and her passion for Quilting . She did have a nice sense of humor , she had to to put up with my Uncle Carl. He would always remind me that if I spill anything on her carpets I would have to spend time in the Aunt Donna Sues corner. I did enjoy always seeing her beautiful quilts and I will never forget her three legged collie whom she adored. I feel very blessed to have been part of her family and most of all to have her as my Aunt.

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