Donna Marie Wiehe
Monday 12th of June 1933 - Wednesday 1st of January 2020
Celebration of Life Service
Maxwell Street Presbyterian Church
180 East Maxwell Street, Lexington, KY
Donna Marie Wiehe passed away
on Wednesday, January 1. Donna was born on June 12, 1932 in
Donna is survived by her husband, Dr. Vernon Wiehe and two children: Stephen (Juliet) and a daughter, Elizabeth of North Hollywood, CA. There are two grandchildren, Andrew of Athens, Georgia, and Stephanie of Cincinnati, Ohio.
their marriage, the Wiehes moved to
In 1992 Donna suffered a massive stroke which paralyzed her left side making it impossible for her to play the violin; however, she continued to teach violin on a limited basis.
celebration of her life will be held on Saturday, January 4 at 2:00 p.m. at
Maxwell Street Presbyterian Church,
My sincere condolences. I was a student of Donna’s from 1975-1982. She will forever live in my heart and my teaching. I would not be a violin teacher if not for Donna’s guidance and joy for teaching! She was an amazing, strong person and I continue to this day model my lessons on her wonderful teaching.
Dear Vern and family, I am sorry to hear of Donna's death. I will not be able to attend her memorial on Saturday, but I will treasure my many memories of a gracious colleague and friend. My best to you and your family Marsha Pendley
Dear Dr. Wiehe, I am so sorry for your loss. Kathleen was so lucky to have been one of Donna’s students. She learned an appreciation of music and life from her! Her teaching of Kathleen enriched our whole family’s love of the arts. I am sincerely sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Fondly, Sarah Gregg
Dr. Wiehe and family, I want to send my condolences to you on the death of your beloved wife, Donna. I am an old student of yours from the 1970's in the College of Social Work. I always admired you and enjoyed your classes so much. I know you were devoted to your lovely wife and took such good care of her. May the memories you shared together give you and your family the power to heal. In sympathy, Maureen Tarpey