Wednesday, July 26, 2017, 4:00-7:00pm
Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation
Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville, PA
Mass of Christian Burial:
Thursday, July 27, 2017, 10:30am
St. Michael Roman Catholic Church
85 N. High St., Greenville, PA
Rev. V. David Foradori, Pastor, as celebrant
Burial with committal prayers will be in St.
Michael Cemetery, Greenville, PA
Donald J. Daoust, age 68, of S. Maysville Rd., Pymatuning Twp., Transfer, passed away Sunday morning, July 23, 2017 in Sharon Regional Health System after suffering an apparent heart attack at his residence.
He was born in Sharon, PA on March 3, 1949 to Clarence J. and Elizabeth (Fornelli) Daoust. He was a 1967 graduate of Sharon High School and had worked for 26 years in the blast furnace department at the former Sharon Steel Farrell plant, retiring in 1992, he then worked for 18 years at Cottage Gardens in Hermitage, retiring in 2010. In addition, he also ran a nursery in Transfer for many years selling plants and pumpkins.
He was a member of St. Michael Roman Catholic Church, Greenville.
On June 1, 1971, he married the former Susan “Diane” Calvin, she survives at home. Also surviving are four daughters, Theresa Daoust of Hubbard, OH, Nancy Daoust of Las Vegas, Melissa Galaska of Sharon, and Bernadette Jackard and her fiance Tom Zachary of Westfield, NY; a brother, Kenneth Daoust and his wife Cristal of Hermitage and nine grandchildren, Kaitlyn Graybill, Marilyn Rose, Nathan Rose, Marissa Rose, Malinda Rose, Taylor Galaska, Isabella Galaska, Baylee Jackard and Zoe Jackard.
He was preceded in death by his parents and a grandson, Aidan Jackard.
Memorial contributions may be made to St. Michael School Endowment Fund, 85 N. High St., Greenville, PA 16125 or Kennedy Catholic High School Endowment Fund, 2120 Shenango Valley FWY, Hermitage, PA 16148.
You have my heartfelt condolences! I am so sorry for your loss! Know that you & your family are in my thoughts & prayers!
Dear Diane, Theresa, Missy, Taylor, Bella and Daoust family, my heart goes out to you. What a great man! Prayers and love to you all. Missy Klaric
You have my deepest sympathies. Thinking of all of you and keeping you in my prayers
So sorry for this sudden loss. We never know when our last moment may be but knowing we filled our lives with so much love and care for those special to us will never be forgotten or erased. God bless you all with His peace in His faithfulness.
Words cannot express how very sorry I am for your loss! You have my heartfelt sympathy and all my prayers!! Don was a wonderful man that I just loved and highly respected. so many memories are coming back of the wonderful times I had when I worked at Cottage Gardens with him. he definitely made me laugh!! I know he will be missed by all of you!!! God Bless you all so much!!!!
So sorry to read of your fathers passing. I am working for both the viewing and the funeral , but please know I will be keeping you and your whole family in my thoughts and prayers.
My heart aches for you and I hope you find comfort in the happy memories you shared with your father.
Your longtime friend,
Cherie Moyer King
Bernadette and Diane-
I’m so sorry to hear of Dons passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the whole family.
Dear Theresa & Kaitlyn,
We are so sorry for loss, our heartfelt condolences.
Dear Theresa, Nancy, and family,
I am sorry to hear of the sudden loss of your father. I am thinking of you.
I am sorry for your loss. I worked with Don for many years at the Sharon Steel Chem Lab. After the closing of Sharon Steel it was nice to visit with Don at Cottage Gardens. He was a good man who was always pleasant to talk to.
Diane, So sorry for your loss. Prayers and peace for you and your family..We know that Don is in peace and looking out for all of you.
Dear Daoust Family, Please accept our most sincere condolences and prayers of comfort during this difficult time of loss. Don was not only a classmate but our “go to guy” for plant knowledge. He was a quiet man and held a wealth of information on plants or flowers, always behind a smile. We always looked forward to implementing his suggestions; now his legacy. Don’s presence in our community will be missed but not forgotten. Don and Mary (Grace) Yoest