Donna Casey Qarana

Donna Casey Qarana (Lynar) passed away at the age of 49 on October 16th, 2023. Casey was born to Laura Cobly and Donald Lynar on May 10th, 1974 in Saginaw Michigan. Casey grew up in Tawas Michigan where people would say “She was the cutest darling little girl”. She enjoyed spending time playing and hanging out with her siblings and her friends. Siblings and friends would say she cared deeply about the ones around her and was always the light and life of the adventure she was on. On April 8th, 1995 Avery came into Casey’s world and instantly became the center of it.

Casey enjoyed being near the water, gardening, being out in the sun, drinking tea, listening to music, and reading. One of her favorite authors was Stephen King. She enjoyed laughs, adventures, and conversations any way she could with her friends and family. Casey lived in Michigan and Florida and loved the weather and seasons of both states. Casey loved being with her dogs Hunter, Magnum, Kona, Jackson, and Neo.

Left to Cherish Casey’s memory are her son Avery Confer(Gabby), her mother Laura Colby, her siblings Tim Barnhart (Amber), Ben Lynar(Cassie), Jean Schrage, and Amy Lynar Moffatt(Tim), and along with numerous nieces, nephews, family, and friends. Casey is preceded in death by her father Donald Lynar.

Thank you to all friends and family who have given a smile over the years and who have been with us during this difficult time.

A memorial visitation will be held for Casey from 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm on Friday, November 3rd, 2023 at Gramer Funeral Home, 705 N. Main St., Clawson, MI 48107.  The memorial service will commence at 1:30 PM.

Donna’s memorial service will be livestreamed on Gramer Funeral Home’s Facebook page:

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  1. Meredith Oehring

    I will miss Casey will everyday. She was a beautiful person inside and out.

  2. Theresa Bolen (Sarate)

    So, so many good times (and the trouble that sometimes followed). But it was well worth it. We were partners in crime for awhile. Thank you for the great memories. You will be deeply missed and always in my heart.

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