Donna L. Rinwalske went to be with the Lord on Thursday, December 2, 2021 at the age of 61. Donna was born March 11, 1960, the daughter of Vincent and Elizabeth Frankosky Stepulis. She was pre-deceased by her mother, Elizabeth, in 2020. \n\n\n\nDonna is survived by her loving and devoted husband of 42 years, David A. Rinwalske; daughter, Beth (Yousef) Janu, and their children, Pria and Ayan; son, Brandon Rinwalske, and his children Gabrielle and Scarlette; father, Vincent Stepulis; sister, Dianne (John) Ostrom; and several extended family members as well as an infinite amount of friends. \n\n\n\nEver since she was a young girl Donna loved her animals and throughout her life she cared for many of God's creatures. Her most precious love was her horse, Ruger, who she had since she began her battle with Leukemia in 2006. Being with her horses gave her life and caring for them helped her heal through the obstacles life sent her, many of which she overcame, including finally beating cancer this year. Eternal gratitude to the doctors and nurses who treated and took care of her. \n\n\nDonna could do nearly everything and if not at first, then she learned. She fished, shot guns, drove trucks and machinery, crafted, quilted and fixed anything. She was her father's "right-hand man" when he needed something done and spent many hours with him on these tasks. She was an integral part of Dave's Towing Specialists. She helped create an empire and in doing so it allowed her to have the freedom to do all that she loved. She lived a full life through using her hands, spending time with friends and loving her family. \n\n\n\nDonna's love language was giving. She would do anything to make someone smile. She would learn a craft, give away her accomplishment, and then move on to the next project for the next friend. These gifts will be treasured keeping her spirit alive and allowing those who miss her to heal with dear memories of her. She did everything with her heart. She made everyone feel welcome. She turned no one away. She will not be forgotten. \n\n\n\nThere will not be a service for Donna. She has been blessed and will be kept at home to treasure the memories she gave us with her by our side. \n\n\n\nThose wishing to remember Donna please consider donations in her memory to Bluemont Sanctuary. Bluemont is a family run 501C3 rescue and sanctuary for horses, donkeys, and ponies. It serves as a permanent home to over 21 at risk horses and counting.