Donna Gail Waggoner, of Mead, passed away on Friday, February 19, 2021 at the age of 57. Donna was born on March 31, 1963 in Crowell, Texas to Jimmy Lee Waggoner and Barbara Joyce (Stewart) Waggoner. She graduated from Whitesboro High School in Whitesboro, TX. Donna was a longtime resident of Bryan County and attended Grace Baptist Church. She loved being with her grandbabies, fishing, camping, being outdoors, sewing, and long drives.
She is preceded in death by her parents, brother David Waggoner, and sister Cindy Waggoner.
Donna is survived by her two loving sons Jake Waggoner and wife Crystal, and Josh Waggoner and wife Kristy both of Mead, one brother Jimmy Dale Waggoner and wife Lisa of Cameron, Missouri, a sister in law Marla Waggoner of Sherman, TX, stepmother Twila Waggoner, seven grandchildren Austin, Cameron, Kadance, Riley, Jonathan, Maddison, and Tyler, and four nieces and nephews Matt Waggoner, Brandon Waggoner and wife Tiana, Brittany Doshier and husband Joe, and Morgan Waggoner.
Memorial services will be held at 2:00, Tuesday, February 23, 2021 at Brown’s Funeral Service Chapel with Bro. Anthony Williams officiating.
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