Donald Martin Donohue, 71, of Yakima died Sunday May 5, 1991 in Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital.
Mr. Donohue was born in La Grande, OR on February 18, 1920 to Edward and Florence (McLachlen) Donohue. He was raised and educated in La Grande and later attended Oregon State University and the Colorado School of Mines. He served in the U. S. Air Force during WW II as a Warrant Officer.
In 1950, he was married to Jacquelyn Yoho in La Grande. Mr. Donohue later moved to Richland where he lived for a time before moving to Yakima. For 17 years he was a chemical engineer employed by the Hanford Project. He was also a real estate agent with Clark Jennings and Associates Inc. until his death.
He attended St. Joseph and Holy Family Catholic Churches.
He is survived by seven children, Linda Calhoun of Wapato, Candy Spaet, Joe Donohue, Cheri Ahlers, Mary Glessner and Kevin Donohue all of Yakima; and Shawn Donohue of Bellevue; fourteen grandchildren; two sisters, Angela Keeler and Betty Roe, both of La Grande, OR; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Jacquelyn Donohue; his parents; a sister Ethel Wagner and two brothers, Bernard and Ted Donohue.
A memorial mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 8, in Holy Family Catholic Church, 5315 Tieton Drive. A committal service will follow in Calvary Cemetery.
May 7, 1991