Donna Marie Finch – Babbert

October 14, 1968 ‒ April 25, 2018

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Donna Marie Finch – Babbert, age 49, of Mount Vernon passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 in Columbus.

She was born on October 14, 1968 in Toledo, Ohio to the late Donald Finch and Janice (Delcampo) Newton. Donna was a 1988 graduate of Mount Vernon High School. She always kept busy and was a hard-working, helpful person. Her family and friend will miss her orneriness that always made them laugh and smile.

Donna is survived by her daughter Holly (Adrian) Johnson, who was the love of Donna’s life; her “grandgirls” as she called them, Janice Focht, Skyler Johnson, Kathryn Johnson; her brother John (Debbie Comston) Newton; and her sister Teresa (Brady) Clements, whom Donna called “Tree”.

There will be no calling hours. The family will observe a private service at a later date.

To send the family a condolence online visit: www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

The Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Donna Marie Finch – Babbert.

  • Teresa, OMG I am so so sorry to see this. you are in my thoughts and prayers. she was a beautiful person. I am here if you need anything. love you!!

  • Teresa: So very sorry for your loss. You are in my thought and prayers. Losing a sister is very hard but I hope your many memories will help you through this difficult time.

  • Teresa, I am so sorry for your loss. I have many great memories of Donna when we were kids. She always loved everyone, and made them fell important. I will miss her dearly. You and your family are in my heart, on my mind, in my prayers.
    Much love,
    Melissa (Veatch) Jones

  • Theresa & Holly & John & grandgirls & extended family .I first met Donna in her freshman yr at MVHS ,we had Geo Politics together. I was a year ahead of her and our friendship continued longer when we were in Restaurant Services in the same class just 1 yr behind me . I have memories of her and Janice ( Momma) after graduation we have no around together a lot. I fondly called her “birdie “ whenever we would see each other we would share some laughs. Please know she was so kind and saw the best in everything. Deepest sympathy to all
    Andrea ( Nordyke) Gantz

  • Teresa I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

    • Thank You Chris for your thoughts and prayers.I miss my one and only so much.She was the greatest.

  • I have had sadness in my heart since I heard this dreadful news. God rest your soul now, Donna. All of us at Interchurch Social Services of Mt. Vernon send out our condolences to the family…..:(

  • Teresa: I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your sister Donna! You have my deepest condolences, as does your family. I will be keeping you and the family in my thoughts and prayers. Its never easy losing a loved one, although I don’t believe I met her, but if she had your kind heart and spirit I am guessing she was loved by all. Once again I wanted to express my sadness over the passing of your sister. God Bless:) Leigh Anne Manter

  • So very sorry for your loss. I enjoyed her visits to my shop where we talked about our kids and grandchildren. She will be missed.

  • Teresa, I’m so sorry for the loss of your sister. I’m keeping you in my prayers.
    Holly Snyder

  • So sorry for your unexpected loss. She died a day before my brother. RIP Donna your troubles are over. Colleen Totman Milligan

    • Thank You Colleen.
      I miss my one and only so much.She was the greatest sister
      ever.

  • I’m so sorry about the loss of Donna. I was her eighth grade Reading teacher at the “old” middle school. Donna always worked hard and with a smile on her face. I would occasionally see her around town and she always seemed surprised when I called out to her. Again, sorry for your loss.

  • I’m sorry for your loss…I got to know Donna more recently through her time volunteering at the Food Pantry at Vineyard Church Delaware County and through the time she spent volunteering and attending services as well. She was a wonderful lady, full of great cheer, always wanting to bless others and help out where ever she could. I will greatly miss her. Praying for you and your family.