New Hope of Indiana | Remembering Our Friends
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Remembering Our Friends

28 Sep Remembering Our Friends

Barbara Donaldson
7/30/1946 – 9/16/2020

Barbara moved into her home at New Hope in 2015 and her housemate and caregivers quickly became her family. She loved the color purple, any music she could dance to, a big smile, looking at magazines where she would pick out clothes she liked or food she wanted to eat. She was sassy and wanted to be the center of attention. She would call her staff “Mommy” as a term of endearment. She enjoyed coloring and doing other arts and crafts with her housemates. She will be missed dearly by all of her housemates and caregivers at New Hope.

Rayuanna Yates
11/27/1999 – 9/2020

Rayuanna was a sweet young lady that loved her family above all. Rayuanna graduated from Pike High School where she loved to attend their carnivals and social activities. Rayuanna had such a joyful spirit, had a smile that lit up the room, and was kind and very caring. One of her dreams was to work at a day care center as she loved to help and to be around kids.

Rayuanna will be missed by all that had the honor to have met her.

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