Donna Mae (Westermann) Rozmarynowski was born June 22nd, 1939 to Walter and Erna (Strei) Westermann in Lester Prairie, MN. She was baptized on July 9th, 1939, and later confirmed in her faith at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Lester Prairie. She graduated from Lester Prairie High School in 1957.
She was married to Warren Kempfert and the marriage produced two children, Shane and Shannon.
In 1980, Donna married the love of her life, Robert Rozmarynowski, and in May they celebrated 39 years of marriage. For the last 22 years, they made their home in Maplewood, MN.
During her life, Donna was an active member of her church and enjoyed being involved in group Bible Studies, exploring and expanding her faith, and was passionate about sharing her faith with others. Through the years, she was instrumental in supporting Bob in his business endeavors. She and Bob took many vacations during their marriage and also enjoyed spending time with their family. She loved doing puzzles and playing old games with her grandchildren.
Donna is survived by her husband Robert, her son, Shane Kempfert and his wife Colleen of Middlebury, IN, and daughter Shannon Rasmussen and her husband Bradley of Hutchinson, MN. Stepchildren Robert Jr., Tina, Tammy, Dawn, and Debbie. Grandchildren Nathanial Kempfert and his wife MacKenzie of South Bend, IN, Ashley Chambers and her husband Steve of Granger, IN, Branna and Kylie Rasmussen of Hutchinson, MN; great-grandchildren Arden and Lennox Kempfert and Pierson Chambers. Sisters Bernice Baumetz (Dick) of Hutchinson and LaVonne Schimmelpfennig (Norman) of Alexandria, MN, Sister-in-law Elda Westermann of Glencoe, and many nieces, nephews and friends. Donna is preceded in death by her parents, Walter and Erna, her stepfather, Edwin Ristow, brother Marvin Westermann, and stepson Patrick.
Donna died peacefully at United Hospital on Friday, June 28th, 2019 after a short but courageous battle with cancer. She will be deeply missed by her family and friends. Her incredible sense of humor, her wisdom, her support and her many talents will long be remembered by those who loved her.