Lovan, Donald Duane

January 28, 1936 - October 24, 2021

Donald D Lovan age 85, died at Plano, TX on October 24, 2021. Born January 28, 1936 in Bloomington, IL, he relocated to Lincoln, IL after discharge from serving in the Air Force in Korea. Donald worked at Pittsburg Plate Glass, owned his own Television and repair business in Lincoln, IL for many years and also worked at Mitsubishi Motors in Bloomington IL until his retirement in 1998.

Donald married the love of his life Norma Faul on May 30, 1959. She preceded him in death on May 15, 2018. He was also proceeded in death by parents Carl Lovan and Jeannie Coffman Lovan. 

He is survived by son, Bradley Lovan of Plano, TX

Donald had many interest including genealogy, wood working, painting and late night trips to the riverboat with Norma for gambling.  A small memorial service will be planned at a later date.

In lieu of flowers Memorial Contributions are welcome to the American Heart Association: www.heart.org

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3 replies on “Lovan, Donald Duane”

Kim Tolentino says:

Dear Brad,
I was so sad to hear about the passing of your beloved father. He and your mom reminded me so much of my own parents, so loving and caring and I know how close you were to both of them. You will remain in my prayers🙏🏼and may God comfort you during this very sad time. Love you Brad!!

Mary Ann Davidson says:

Brad,
My condolences to you. Prayers for you during this difficult time. May your dad walk with the Angels. We thank you for your service Mr. Lovan.

Bella says:

I’m sorry for your loss. But your mom is pretty happy in heavens heaving him again on her arms! Both of your parents are very sweet to me all times. Was a pleasure having good times with them. Your daddy so funny and calm. God bless your heart my friend❤️

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