Donald W. "Donnie" Banninger, Jr.

  • Born: August 15, 1973
  • Died: September 13, 2021
  • Location: Boothwyn, Pennsylvania

D'Anjolell Memorial Home of Broomall

2811 West Chester Pike
Broomall, PA 19008

info@danjolell.com
Tel. (610) 356-4200

Tribute & Message From The Family


Loving Son, Brother, Husband , Uncle and Friend

Banninger
1973~2021

Donald W., Jr., Age 48, of Media, PA on September 13, 2021

Donnie was a graduate of Cardinal O'Hara High School where he played on the ice hockey team. He graduated from Widener University and obtained a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and completed further studies at Georgia Institute of Technology and Penn State University. Donnie worked for his uncle's mechanical contracting business.

Survived by his beloved wife Mia (nee Martin); his devoted parents, Conadine "Connie" (nee Sullivan) and Donald W. Banninger, Sr.; his loving sisters
Conadine Banninger, Joey Fletcher (Jason) and Helene (Beanie) Salvadore (Mark.) Loving nieces and nephews, Colin, Liam, Maddie and Olivia.

Relatives and friends are invited to his Mass on Tuesday, September 21st 10:00 AM at Saint Anastasia Church 3301 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square, PA 19073. Interment Private

In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Upper Darby Detachment #884, Marine Corps League, 1026 Providence Road, Upper Darby, Pa 19018 OR
The Eagles Autism Foundation, One Nova Care Way, Philadelphia, PA


Services


Condolence & Memory Journal

He will be missed. Worked with Don at TPD. Incredible personality and love of life. Will be greatly missed.

Posted by Charlie & Meghan McGarrigle - Hatfield, PA - friend   September 23, 2021

I worked with Don at Traffic Planning and Design. He was a really good friend during that time and we lost touch once he left. I had text him a couple years ago to see how he was doing. He seemed super excited that you guys had gotten the place in the poconos. He was such an incredible person. One of the most funny, caring and easy to get along with type of person. We would have so much fun at work just being so goofy listening to Howard Stern. We had a swear jar that I am pretty sure I put the most money in that we would use to buy a case of beer. He made every day a fun day. I missed him then and will forever miss him. Don was an incredible human being.

Posted by Frank - Coworker   September 22, 2021

God bless, You have a place in my heart forever. I love you. My son in law.

Posted by Gail Martin - Aldan, PA   September 17, 2021

God bless him. I'm so very sorry to hear this.

Posted by Joanne Uleau - Friend   September 16, 2021

I am so very sorry for the loss of a good guy. May Donnie rest in peace and watch down over his family who loves him so much.

Posted by ANDRIA TOLAND - WEST CHESTER, PA - Family   September 16, 2021


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