HERMON – Donna Louise Curtis, 63, True Angel on Earth, completed her Journey Home to Jesus, Monday, Aug. 1, 2005. Her deep spiritual connection to Jesus helped her in her determination to beat the cancer she fought for a year; she finally did by leaving it behind and being free now. Donna was born June 18, 1942, in Bangor, the daughter of Donald and Elsie (Abdellah) Tuck. Donna was a loving partner, devoted mother, excellent homemaker, and a selfless, loyal friend to all who knew her. She saw the goodness in everyone and led her life in a way that served as an example to be followed. Her love of the world and the people who surrounded her touched many and she was loved by all. Donna was our Angel, we cherished her and her presence will be greatly missed. Donna was an avid gardener; her love of nature was evident in the gardens she tended around her home. She loved crafting things from the simple materials she gathered and transformed into things of beauty. She was always ready to kayak with her friends and enjoyed many happy hours on the water. She especially enjoyed the antics and conversations during recent visits with her granddaughter, Reese. Donna is survived by her beloved partner of 24 years, Sandy Osterby; her five children and their families, Michael Farnham and his daughter, Jamie, Eric Farnham, Robert Farnham and his daughter, Chloe, Donny Curtis, his wife, Cathy and their daughter, Brianna, Denise DiUbaldi, her husband, Nick and their daughter, Reese. She is also survived by several cousins, nieces and nephews. Donna also leaves behind three very special “sisters and brother at heart”, Amy Lambert, Luanne Peters, Ellen Pitts, and Karl Osterby. Donna was predeceased by her mother, Elsie Abdellah; her father, Donald Tuck; her brothers; Donald Tuck, Henry “Butch” Abdellah, and Bruce Abdellah. Thanks to Cancer Care of Maine and EMMC for their caring and compassionate efforts, especially Dr. Miklos Simon and Tony, his nurse. Donna was very touched by the manner in which she received care from them. Donna expressed that she did not wish to have a funeral, but instead wanted people to remember her in their own way, and therefore no formal services will be held. Arrangements by Kiley Funeral Home, Brewer. Donations can be made in Donna’s memory to New Hope Hospice, P.O. Box 757, Holden, ME 04429. Donna’s family extends a very special thanks to Valerie McDougal and Melissa Parent for their loving care.