Donna S. Zaimor, 85
Donna Schlembach Zaimor, 85, passed away on Wednesday, April 11, 2012 at The Glen in Willow Valley.
She was the wife of Stanley Zaimor, to whom she was married on December 11, 1971. Born in Toledo, OH, she was the daughter of the late Leo and Alma Wilhelm Schlembach.
She graduated from Bowling Green State University, was a Gamma Phi Beta alumna and a member of Psi Chi, the psychology honorary. After training at Duke University for Medical Record Administrators, she became a registered record Administrator and served as director of the medical record departments at the Hospital of St. Raphael in New Haven, CT and St. Francis Hospital in Hartford, CT. In 1971, she semi-retired and became a self-employed medical record consultant in nursing homes in Connecticut for the next 20 years.
She was a professional handwriting analyst, a Master Graphoanalyst who taught and was past president of the Connecticut Chapter of the International Graphoanalysis Society. She also was an astrologer and a member of the Astrological Society of CT for many years.
In addition to her husband, Stanley, she leaves behind the many good friends who cared for her at the Willow Valley complex.
Services will be private. To send an online condolence, please visit SnyderFuneralHome.com. Charles F. Snyder Funeral Home & Crematory 393-9661
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DEAR FRIEND DONA —
WE SEND OUR LOVE AND CONDOLENCE TO YOU. WE WILL MISS YOU AND WILL ALWAYS BE IN OUR THOUGHTS.
DOLORES & GEORGE SYLVESTRI
Dear Stanley —
Donna’s obituary was published in the Sunday April 22, 2012 edition of the Toledo Blade. Our family was saddened to read of her passing. Her second cousins have been notified of her passing. Her collegiate education began a the University of Toledo — and then extended to Bowling Green State University. She was a very talented person. She had so much to offer to many people. Mary and I remember our visits during our travels east to visit our Aunt May in Storrs, CT. Mary and I are well — have had a few healthy bumps along the road — but are still able to live independently. We do not ravel much any more — staying close to home. I have been involved in detailing the Schlembach ancestry — it is fascinating. Donna was involved many years ago with my brother, Richard, in locating certain aspects of the relation. I have delved much further.
Sorry for your loss.
I am sad to hear about Donnas’ Death. You see, she was my Aunt. I only meet her once in 1982. My mother was Marcy (bonnie) Schlembach-Kmieciak, my Alma and Leo Schlembach in 1953. It is with heavy heart I send my love and prays to you.