Donald Frederick Monnot Sunday, October 25, 1925 - Sunday, February 12, 2017

Donald Frederick Monnot, age 91, died Sunday after a brief illness. Life resident of the Canton/Louisville/Alliance area, 1943 graduate of Timken Vocational High School and 1949 graduate of The University of Notre Dame. Don retired after 36 years from Transue & Williams Steel Forging Company as Plant Engineer. He was a member of the Basilica of Saint John the Baptist, former member of Regina Coeli Catholic Church and member of Louisville Council No. 2530 Knights of Columbus, Notre Dame Club of Canton and the Alliance Country Club. He was a World War II Navy veteran. Survived by his wife of 66 years, Marjorie (Gulling) Monnot, daughter and son-in-law, Anne and George Mangus of North Canton, two sons and a daughter-in-law, Patrick and Peggy Monnot of Canton and Michael Monnot of Cleveland, six grandchildren, Andrew, Jeffrey (Lindsey) and Daniel (fiancée, Erin) Monnot, Lisa (R.C.) Hyatt, and Emily (fiancé, Anthony) and Gregory Mangus, two great-grandchildren on the way, sister, Jeanne Sikora of Canton and brother and three sisters-in-law, David and Judith Monnot, of North Canton, Patricia Monnot and Mary Lou Monnot both of Canton. Preceded in death by two brothers, Paul and Robert Monnot. Mass of Christian Burial will be Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Basilica of Saint John the Baptist with The Very Reverend Ronald Klingler as celebrant. Burial will be in Saint Louis Cemetery. Friends may call Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. at the Lamiell Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Basilica of Saint John the Baptist or Regina Coeli Catholic Church.

Marge - I just learned of the passing of Cousin Don.  I am so sorry to hear this.  However, I'm sure that my mom, Jeanne Chevraux Kovats Truck, greeted him at the Golden Gates -- and that they are watching over us.   You have my prayers.  Barb (Temple Terrace, FL)

Cousin Margie, Anne, Pat & Mike: My deepest condolences to you for your loss. I have wonderful happy memories of our families visiting Memorial & Labor Day weekends during the 50's and 60's. If it weren't for you, my parents would never have met (Mom told me). God bless. Julie Gulling Garner Brennan in Dunedin, FL

91 = wow, but it is always difficult.  Know that he is on to bigger and better things.  Very sorry to hear about your loss