Donna  Cyr
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WOODLAND - Donna Cyr, 78, passed away unexpectedly on the evening of February 7, 2020 in her home. She was born in Houlton, ME on May 3, 1941 to Donald and Catherine (Campbell) Webb.

She graduated from Houlton High School in 1959 and was a happy homemaker and employed at Aroostook Trust Company. For the following 25 years she was employed as the Deputy Clerk for the Caribou Court House until retirement in 2004.

She was a loving mother who dedicated her life to her children and grandchildren. She was known as her grandchildren's private chauffeur and loved to attend all of their sporting events. She was active in the Faith Lutheran Church of Caribou and a member of the New Sweden Extension for many years. She enjoyed puzzles, knitting, cross stitching, and gardening in her spare time.

Donna also loved family gatherings, going for woods rides and taking her grandchildren on the side by side. She thoroughly adored her pets Dena, Molly, and Hanna.

She is predeceased by her parents, son Stephen V. Bither, and special Aunt Marjorie Neff. In 1998 she married her current husband Ray.

In addition to her husband Ray she is also survived by her son Pat Bither and wife Marj of New Sweden; son Doug Bither and wife Louise of PA; son Joe Bither of Stockholm; step daughter Tina St Peter and husband Felix of GA; daughter-in-law Gala Bither of Woodland; grandchildren Levi Bither and wife Taylor, Britney Charette and husband Jacob, Zowie Bither, Paige Tuttle, Megan Bither, Jacob Bither, Sean St. Peter, Kevin Bither, and Adrianna Bither; great grandchildren Oliver Bither and Alex Bither.

She will be missed by many because she was a friend to all. Funeral services will be held in the spring and will be announced at a future date in the Aroostook Republican. Memories and condolences may be shared at
Published on February 10, 2020


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