Download a program called Partition Wizard and use that. If you don't want to install, or don't have room, they have a bootable.iso you could use.
Then you could slide E to the end of the drive, slide D down next to E, and then combine C and the unallocated space.
On a side note, I'm not sure who set up the drive that way, but that is too confined. I personally don't go over 2 partitions per disk, as this is one of a few reasons why.