Oanh 'Donna' Nguyen, 18, of Pueblo West, Colorado, passed away May 14, 2005, in Bent County, Colorado. Donna was born to Noi Ven and Linda Nguyen on January 15, 1987, in New Orleans, Louisiana. She was an honor student at Pueblo West High School and would have graduated this month. Time to pay respects from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. I would just like to say that my boyfiend and I are very sorry for your loss. We know how painful things are right now and we would just like to say we are very very sorry. Donna was a good friend to my sister Diana Bragg and We had the pleasure of meeting her on several occassions. She was a very sweet girl and will be missed dearly. Once again we are very sorry for your loss.-Danielle Grinager

  2. To the Nguyen family. My heart goes out to you in every way! Donna and I were in the class of 2005.I knew Donna for about four years and every time I saw her she always had a smile on her face and said hello. She was always so Joyful. Donna was an angel sent from heaven. My regards to Judy, My ,and the Nguyen Family.
    Sincerely
    Leah Witt

  3. Dear Nguyen Family,
    I got to know Donna this year. Even though I only got to know her for 9 months, we became really good friends. Donna is one of the best people I´ve ever met! She was truly an angel! I know there´s probably not much i can do for you on the other side of the world, but if you can think of something, I´m here for you! I´m really, really sorry! I`ll always cherish our memories, and let her live on in my heart. I´ll always miss her. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Always, Liv Inger

  4. All of my prayers and thoughts are with all of you. My dad is the Fire Cheif in this town and worked at the accident. This entire town has mourned for Donna and your family. May our creator comfort you and help you through this.
    God Bless You all, your are thought of and prayed for every day. Amy Pryor

  5. To the Nguyen Family,
    I’m terribly sorry, I didn’t know Donna personally. But I do remember everytime I saw her in the halls, she always had a smile on her face that just radiated hope and happiness. Even though I didn’t know her personally, I knew of all the great and awesome things she did for the community and PWHS. My regards go out to My, Judy and the rest of the Nguyen family.

  6. Our son Zac met Donna at FSI last summer. She was one of his best friends. His heart is broken right now. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. May God be with you during this difficult time.

  7. to the family and friends of donna nguyen, I am very sorry for the loss of donna, i was once one of donnas best friends and she was like no one i have ever met and i will miss her with all my heart i just wish i could have kept in touch with her. i am very sorry diana bragg

  8. I knew Donna because of my sister Diana. She was a very nice girl who will be missed alot. I am so sory for waht you are going through. Love and prayers are with you from our entire family. – Denice

  9. We are very saddened by the death of such a promishing young girl. On the many occasions we had to meet Donna (She was a friend of our daughter, Diana Bragg) we were very impressed by her demeanor. She was a great girl, had a great head on her shoulders, responsible and caring. She was always concerned what her parents would think. She showed great respect. We can’t even begin to put ourselves in your place, but know that we are grieving with you. The world has lost a great person. Donna will be truly missed. Our heartfelt condolences. Jon and Cassie Bragg

  10. I go to school with My and got to know Donna during this school year. When I heard that she had passed away I was very sad. I think about your family everyday and pray for your comfort in this time of loss. My, I am here for you. If you need anything I am here. Love Regina Martinez

  11. My dear, dear friends,
    It is with a heavy heart that I am even typing this. This should not be. You are in my heart and prayers.If there is any thing that I can do I’m here for you.
    My love to you and your family,
    Cindy

  12. To the family of Oanh Donna Nguyen
    I do not know any of you but was deeply saddened by the news and the tragic accident:
    I too have a son that is graduating this month and cannot imagine your pain.
    But I would like to take the time to let you know that our families prayers are with you all and May our Precious Savior heal your pain!

  13. I came across your loved ones accident,shortly after the abulance left,I also lost a neice (16 years old)in May 2003,she is missed by all that loved her,I want you to know how sorry I am.I wasn’t sure who was this childs family was but I felt your pain.God Bless you and yours.She will always be with you,because of the good memories that she left you.With all my prayers I wish you all the best in the time you are grieving your loss.Tiffany Leann Oconnor is are childs name,

  14. To the Nguyen family: I was very saddened to hear about Donna’s passing. I was a teacher of her’s at PWHS and she was a wonderful girl, I enjoyed her and her sisters very much. Nothing I can say will help the hurt and loss you are feeling but I will keep my thoughts and prayers with your family.
    Sincerely, Mrs. Melanie Parlett

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