Donna Amos Passes Away

Louisville fan Donna Amos passed away March 25 at the age of 66. She is survived by Ken, her husband of 33 years, and her son Steve.

An obituary notice posted in the Louisville Courier-Journal adds:

Donna received her undergraduate and master’s degrees from the University of Louisville and worked as a teacher in both the Fort Knox and New Orleans school systems. She was a dog enthusiast and was actively involved in Afghan Hound Rescue for 30 years. She served as president of the New Orleans Afghan Hound Club and was on the Afghan Hound Club of America’s Board of Directors. She also enjoyed painting, reading, and traveling.

[Thanks to Andrew Porter for the story, via G. Patrick Molloy.]

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  1. While it is true that much of Donna’s early fanac had revolved around Louisville and Rivercon, she and Ken had resided in various cities since leaving Louisville many years ago, and had lived in a suburb north of Chicago for the past several years. In addition to her work with Afghan Hounds, Donna was a passionate fan of George R.R. Martin’s “Game of Thrones” series.

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