In Memory of

Donald Grubor

Full Name: Donald N. Grubor
Date of Birth: May 20, 1936
Date of Death: January 3, 2020
Visitation:
January 8, 2020 - 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM - Henry-Lange Memorial Home Lewistown
Service Information:
January 8, 2020 - 11:00 AM - Henry-Lange Memorial Home Lewistown

Lewistown- Donald N. Grubor, 83, of Lewistown passed away at 5:00 PM, Friday, January 3, 2020 in Mason District Hospital, Havana with loved ones by his side.

He was born May 20, 1936 in Canton the son of Nick and Josephine (Braden) Grubor. He married Leta Easley on April 20, 1958 in Lewistown. He is survived by his wife, his daughter Donna Jo (Leon) Bowling, 29 Palms, CA, daughter-in-law, Mary Hadsall-Grubor, Lewistown, three grandchildren, Kenna (Nathan Woodruff) Robinson, Cuba, Kevin (Liz) Williams, US Navy, Norfolk, VA, Nick (Melody Ward) Williams, Ames, IA, four great grandchildren, Hunter & Bryson Woodruff, Cuba and James & Christopher Williams, New York, five step great-grandsons, two step great-granddaughters, one step-great-great granddaughter and his companion Cocoa. He was preceded in death by his parents and one son, Donald Lee Grubor.

He served in the US Navy Seabees in U.S., North Africa and Operation Deep Freeze in Antarctica. He was a member of the Lewistown American Legion Bishop Post 1. He worked as a press operator for Havana Shopper & Mason County Democrat for both Martins, Robert Sr. and Robert Jr. He retired in 1990 as water superintendent for Lewistown. Following retirement he enjoyed spending time with Sheldon Burget and Phil Lightle while they were erecting wireless internet towers for S&B Technology/CANI2. He especially enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held at 11:00 AM Wednesday January 8th at Henry-Lange Memorial Home in Lewistown with Reverend Shane Smith officiating. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery at Lewistown with military services conducted by the Lewistown VFW Post 5001 and the Lewistown American Legion Bishop Post 1. Visitation will be held one hour prior to services at the memorial home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Lewistown Fire & Rescue or Lewistown United Methodist Church. To view Don’s life tribute video or to send online condolences visit henrylange.com.



To view video tribute click here.
From: Andrea Boyd MannJan 4 2020 5:55PM
Leta and Donna, Jerry and I are so so sorry for your loss. He will never be forgotten. I will always remember him in the water dept truck around town. Please give his dog extra love from me. Take care and know this town also mourns.
 
From: Craig W. MillerJan 4 2020 9:20PM
He was a great person and will be missed by a great many people. My sincerest condolences to Leta and his family. He's with Lee now and they are no doubt cooking up some kind of mischief. God Bless.
 
From: Pam WelkerStuckeyJan 4 2020 10:13PM
I am so very sorry for your families loss. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Let the light of the Lord shine thru during your darkest days. Blessings to all.
 
From: Lorenda Alvin SpilkerJan 5 2020 10:15AM
Our deepest sympathy to Don's family. As I grew up in Lewistown going to School and employed at area Bank's I was able to meet many people. Don and Leta their family was one of them! Wonderful people and a great man. Don cared very much for his family and Lewistown. Don was friendly and had a great smile for everyone. My husband Alvin and I have Leta, the family in our prayers and thoughts. God Bless each of you. Don and Lee are watching over you. Sincerely, Lorenda and Alvin Spilker.
 
From: Larry & Malina LehmanJan 5 2020 12:46PM
Donna & Leta,
So sorry for the loss and sadness you are enduring.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
May you find peace and comfort in your memories and with each other.
 
From: Chester A. CosbyJan 6 2020 3:22PM
Our prayers are with you for your loss, we are unable to attend the services due to health issues but know you are in our prayers.  Donnie was my favorite cousin growing up and we spent many a summer driving up and around the town square on a Saturday evening.  He also took the time to teach me how to drive a stick shift vehicle when I was 14 years old and I can remember how we would go back and forth over him be in the Navy and myself in the Marines.  He will be missed.  I was hoping to get a cousin reunion going for this year and holding it in or near Lewistown so all could attend.  I will miss him and sorry I won't be their for the service.
 
From: Seanelle McDonnellFeb 27 2020 11:55PM
I'm so sorry, he was a sweet man and a kind soul. I am sorry I didn't see this happened sooner and personally send you guys prayers for healing and strength in this tough time.  
 


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