Obituary of Donna T. Incaudo
Donna Therese (Drew) Incaudo, 84, passed away at home, in Marietta, New York, on January 11, 2021.
Donna was born in Waukegan, Illinois November 18, 1936. She was a graduate of Holy Child High School and St. Catherine’s College in Saint Paul Minnesota as an Occupational Therapist, a pioneer in the field. Donna moved to California in 1959 and worked at Olive View Hospital as an O.T. She married the love of her life, Claude Incaudo in 1961. She was the mother of three children and in 1977, the family moved to Marcellus, New York when husband, Claude, took a job with P&C Food Markets. Together they worked to support many charities, sporting events, and foundations in CNY. One of her favorites was the Everson Festival of Trees. In 1995 Donna opened Angel Heart Gifts with her daughter, and it became a destination in Marcellus Village for over 10 years. Donna most enjoyed the buying trips and the customers, and she was known for her fresh baked cookies each day. Donna belonged to the CNY Embroiderers Guild (membership chairman) and the Marcellus Garden Club (treasurer). She was an avid reader and patron of the library, loved pottery, quilting, and sewing. A devoted member of St. Patrick’s Church of Otisco and considered them an extension of her family.
Donna was predeceased by her husband of 55 years, Claude J. Incaudo, her parents, Daniel B. and Anne (Kubaitis) Drew, brother, Daniel T. and sister Elizabeth Drew. Donna is survived by her sisters Marianne Jula, Kathleen Spong, and sister-in-law, Margaret Drew, three children, AnnMarie (Paul) Clark of Marietta, NY, Daniel (Lisa) Incaudo of Naperville, IL, Charles Incaudo of Sea Isle City, NJ, seven grandchildren, Andrew, Daniel, Allie, Alex and Zachary Incaudo and Ana and Michael Clark.
There will be no calling hours. Funeral services will be private and she will be laid to rest in St. Mary’s Cemetery in Skaneateles, NY.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Donna’s memory to Incaudo Family Endowment C/O Upstate Foundation 750 East Adams street Syracuse, NY 13210.