Earl Doner Obituary, Death – Earl E. “Bud” Doner Jr., formerly of Steward Road, Ischia, lost his battle against disease on Thursday, January 19, 2023, and passed away on Friday, January 20, 2023, at the Pines Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center in Olean. He was a resident of Ischia. He was a former resident of Ischia. He could look back on 83 years of experience. In the city of Allegany, he was born on the 30th day of October in the year 1934. His father’s name was Earl Doner Sr., and his mother’s name was Ida Doner. He was the eldest of his family’s four children, all of whom were male and all of whom were his younger brothers. They wed in Ischua on the tenth of December in the year 1955. The ceremony took place there. The new Mrs. Lewis was Joan A. Lewis. Earl received his education at Hinsdale Central School and was a member of the graduating class of 1953. He received his diploma in 1953.
For a significant amount of time, Earl and Joan, who would later become his wife, ran a dairy farm that was located on Dutch Hill Road. They were the proprietors of the farm as well as the operators of it. Both the Ischua Union Church and the Ischua Volunteer Fire Department counted him as a member of their respective organizations at one point in time or another. However, this status did not remain constant. In addition to that, he was an active member of the board of directors for the Hinsdale Central School District for a significant portion of his life. During the winter months, Earl and his wife Judy would frequently take vacations to Florida, where they would spend time with relatives, attend basketball games at St. Bonaventure University, and watch games involving the Buffalo Bills. In addition, during the summer months, Earl and Judy would frequently take vacations in the Caribbean. In addition, throughout the warmer months of the year, Earl and Judy were known to make frequent trips to the Caribbean for their holidays. He was able to derive pleasure from every aspect of his life, which included activities like spending time in nature, going camping, and working with a range of agricultural implements and tools.
Deborah (James) Karn and Diane (Eric) Clayson are her two surviving daughters. Both of them currently live in Ischua with their respective husbands. Those who are able to continue their family’s legacy include a sister named Donna (Wayne) Woodruff, two brothers named Larry (Nancy) Doner and James “Jim” (Priscilla) Doner, and six grandchildren named Katie (Michael) Meyers, SueEllen (Allen) Scott, Kurt (Emily) Karn, Christopher (Kelly) Karn, and James “Jim” (Priscilla) Doner. Before he did, his wife Joan Doner, both of his parents, Earl Doner Sr. and Ida Doner, and his brother Earl Doner Jr. all passed away. He was the only member of his family to have lived to adulthood. A gathering to honor the life of the individual who has passed away will take place at some point in the not-too-distant future.