Donella Nicole Zukosky, age 27, of Haileyville, will be honored with a life celebration on Friday, January 27, 2017 at 2:00 pm with a graveside service at Mountain Station Cemetery with Pastor Don Riley officiating. Burial will follow under the direction of Brumley-Mills Funeral Home of Hartshorne. The family will receive friends at Brumley-Mills Funeral Home on Thursday, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
Donella Nicole Zukosky was born on January 2, 1990 in McAlester to Donald Joe "Bo" and Lesley Lynn Story Zukosky. She grew up in the Higgins area and moved to Haileyville in 2000, where she graduated high school in 2008. Donella loved to hunt and fish, activities that were instilled in her as a young girl when she would go hunting, fishing and trapping with her father, Bo. She loved all animals, at times, as a girl, making her dad release an animal that had been trapped. Donella worked for a while at the Mordecai's Laundromat in Hartshorne.
Survivors include her husband, Blake Jordan of Keota and her children, Brently Blake Jordan and Adelyn Nicole Jordan, both of Keota, father, Bo Zukosky of Haileyville, her mother, Lesley Morales of Tulsa, also her mother-in-law, Robin Rea of Keota. A brother, Forest Cody Story of Poteau and a grandmother, Betty Story, aunts and uncles, Monica Story, Mandy Story, Mike Foster, Angela Allen, Donita Thompson, Kristina Thompson, Brian James and Iva James, as well as other aunts, uncles, cousins and other relatives.
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