Donna Mae Hofmann

donna hofmann

          In Loving Memory of

         Donna Mae Hofmann




Entered Into Life


August 12, 1938

Denver, Colorado



Entered Into Eternal Life


August 12, 2020

Denver, Colorado





82 Years


Members Of The Family


Daughter Of

Olga Seurer


Frank Seurer


Mother Of

Ricky Weeks

Daniel Weeks

Tamara & Randy Qualley


Sister Of

Frank S. Seurer

Gary Seurer and his wife Diana


Members Of The Family


Wife Of

Richard Hofmann


First Husband George Weeks


Grandmother Of

Ricky Weeks and his wife Tonya

Franky Weeks and his wife Paula

Jordan Weeks

Nicole Weeks

Arizona Weeks

Daniel Weeks

Randy Qualley & Addison Pickard

Michael Qualley



Members Of The Family


Great Grandmother Of

Ricky Weeks

Miranda Weeks


Aunt Of

Troy Seurer and his wife Tracy

Franky Seurer and his wife Amie

Beth Seurer

Tim Seurer

Gayle Tenorio and her husband Richard & Cailin


Beloved Cousin Of

Numerous Individuals

(too many to list here)




Donna Mae Hofmann was born on August 12, 1938 in Denver, Colorado. She was the first of three children born by Olga and Frank Seurer. Donna Mae, and her siblings Frank, and Gary all grew up together here in Denver. As with most siblings they had their fair share of fights and pranks they pulled on each other. None the less, they all loved each other very much and made endless memories.

Donna Mae went on to graduate from North High School in 1956. Shortly after, she married George Weeks. Unfortunately, their marriage did not last forever. But they did have three beautiful children; Ricky, Daniel, and Tamara. Donna Mae and her three children were very happy, but they became even more joyful in 1974 when Donna Mae and her eternal husband Richard Hofmann were married. For many years Donna Mae worked as an administrator at Denver General Hospital. She worked there until the day she retired.

But Donna Mae was much more than a wife, a mother, and an administrator. First off, she was the world’s biggest Broncos fan. So much so that her name will forever be on the “walk of fame” at Mile High Stadium, she was also always at the forefront of Broncos parades. If you never had the pleasure of seeing her infamous Broncos room, then you missed out on an opportunity of a life time. Her love for the team even took her and her daughter across the pond to London to witness a game.

Donna Mae had many loves, but none quite stood as tall as her favorite- Frank Sinatra. Frank had her wrapped around his arms ever since his debut album in 1946 (figuratively speaking). For over 70 years Donna Mae would listen to Sinatra every chance she got. You might have even saw her dancing and singing along with Frank while doing her daily routine.

Donna Mae was a very active individual, even in old age. She helped raise her grandkids, she would go on walks, tend to her yard and many flowers. Perhaps the most notable activity she was a part of was the immaculate decorating every holiday season. It was truly a sight to behold, she was even featured in the newspaper multiple times for her efforts. She took great pride in doing this, that’s why she fulfilled this tradition every year. She was the kind of person to instill the joyfulness of the season in you whether you wanted it or not.

That’s what Donna Mae was and what she is. She was the joyful and yet stubborn person that left a standing impression on you. No matter the circumstances she could always put a smile on your face. She was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, dog mom and friend. She was a role model for many, and she is an everlasting symbol of what an outstanding loving person should be.

Her faith was also very important to her. She was baptized in 1938 at Transfiguration Orthodox Cathedral and was a life time and oldest member. Her Orthodox faith help carry her through difficult times in her life. Faith is not something that everyone has, but to Donna Mae there was no doubts. She was faithful to her church and God all of her life.

Donna Mae truly loved her family and friends. You could go as far as saying she would spoil her loved ones. Especially her beloved dog Cody. She would cook Cody ham and eggs every morning; his meals were fit for a king. That’s what he meant to her.

We will miss Donna Mae very much, she had such an impact on everyone’s lives that we will be reminded of her every day. Of course, it is with great sadness that we say goodbye, but it will be an important honor to remember her.


In Eternal Memory




View current weather.

Memories Timeline


  1. Tammy. Ricky. and Gary,
       Our hearts break when we lose a loved one, as ours are right now, but in a wonderful way our memories step in and soften that.  Even tho miles kept us seperated much of our adult life in  our hearts we were always conncted.  
    The summers I spent in Denver are some of my fondest times and when Donna and I would get together to this day we  would have some very good laugs.  I will never look at a box of cereal with out a laugh and a memory. (inside joke) but I think you kids remember. Donna was a gal with a big loving heart. 
    she shared her love with us all.  
    Bob and I will always remember how all our ski trips always included a stop to say Hi, our camping trips with the kids always had a stop in Denver and just a transfer at the airport always had a phone call.
    Yes we will miss you Donna but we know you are surrounded by those who have pass befor you and are happy and peaceful.

    bye bye dear cousin
    we love you
    Patay and Bob

  2. Gary & Diana
       God gave us a memory so we could have 🌹 roses in December, May you all find peace
    in each loving memory! There are so many. Donna was a great sister! She will be missed!
    Memory Eternal!!

  3. What a beautifully written eulogy (good job Randy) and music! This made me cry 🙁   I could write a novel about Donna Mae and the 45 years I had the pleasure to know and love her always, even when she was cussing me out for reasons I'm still confused about.  Years ago, Donna jumped in front of my Ford Truck while I was turning in an intersection to make a point about the importance of friendship.  Her passion and love for her family and their constant well being was second to nothing. Rest in Peace now Donna Mae you've been everyone's rock long enough. Thank you for everything!! I loved it all! God Bless you Donna! God Bless you all! and God Bless America!! 

  4. I first met Donna at Holy Transfiguration  of Christ  Orthodox Cathedral.  We talked about the church before it  became a cathedral. I liked Donna right away. She made me feel welcome and we instantly became good friends. I felt like I've known Donna all my life. We talked about everything.  She loved her family and friends. She loved God, and especially Orthodox Easter.  Donna's telephone number was one I know by heart. I will miss  her sorely.  Memory Eternal Donna!!

  5. Donna, 
    Thinking of your laugh, sitting at the kitchen table, listening to war on the radio, looking at the wall of family photos, the Bronco Room, the plants, the green heavenly garden, the many dogs, the pull down lamps, the yellow biggest house on the block, the summer sleep overs on the trampoline, the upstairs parties, the music, singing with Frank, the morning school pickups, the wedding, my first kiss, walking through your home made me and my children welcome, and so many more memories, hooking us up to Candy Stripe, but your smile, kindness, and bravery always inspired me.
    Happy Birthday, 🍒

Sign the Guestbook, Light a Candle