We are so sorry to learn of the loss of your sister. We know words cannot fully express how one feels at this time of loss, but may it comfort you to know that friends are thinking and praying for you.
Dan and Teresa Joyce
We regret that we are unable to come tonight to the funeral home.
Bill & I send our sincerest condolences to you and the family. We will miss talking with Donna and have some great memories of her as our Accountant as well as the Lafayette Naitonal Bank days. We always had good conversations.
We remember Donna talking about the grandchildren and attending games. She loved to see them play.
Take care and may you receive God&s Peace.
Harriet & Bill
I remember the old days, my how much fun we had, I never will forget the beetle bug rides....... know that your MOTHER was a very special lady and loved by everyone who knew her.
But knowing your mom as we did, we know that she wouldn&t want us sitting around grieving but rather celebrating the wonderful life she led. I&m sure she had few regrets in living the full and successful life that she did.
My Mother and I will keep you in our prayers and I will be in touch with all of you soon.
Barbara and Annie Schubnell
vacation with friends in Asheville, North Carolina so I will be unable to attend
the calling hours at Soller Baker. I wish I could be there to give Gail and Karen
I want to give the entire family my deepest condolences.
Donna was one of a kind. I have good memories of getting to know her when
I was friends with Gail and Karen in middle school and then again when I worked
with her at Lafayette National Bank years ago. She was a very strong and smart
woman and I had so much respect for her and all of her accomplishments.
I regret that I will not be able to be there tomorrow. We are in North Carolina on vacation for the rest of the week. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.
-Cathy Yancey Pedigo
Donna is reminiscing about the years that she and your Donna worked together at Lafayette Natinal Bank. She remembers Donna&s fun loving, perky personality. The way she met every day with a smile and good moring comments. Always upbeat and ready for whatever the day brought.
In loving memory of Donna ramsey,
Charles and Donna Gullion