Donna L. George

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Donna (Price) George 85, was born April 2, 1930 in Lone Wolf, Oklahoma to L.E. Price and Bertha (Cribbs) Price. She went to her heavenly home Wednesday, December 16, 2015, to celebrate Christmas with her family who have preceded her in death; husband C.A.,parents L.E. and Bertha Price, brother Homer Price, other relatives and friends.

She graduated from Lone Wolf High School in 1948. She married C.A. in 1948. They began their married life in Hobart, Oklahoma. After C.A. began a career in banking in Hobart, they moved to different towns for new opportunities. They lived in Sentinel, Yukon, Medford,and moved to Edmond when C.A. retired.

Donna enjoyed playing bridge, Republican Women in Grant County, traveling, Christian Women’s Fellowship Group. She also enjoyed her Cousin’s and high school friends get to gathers. Her children and grandchildren were a source of joy to her. She witnessed the wedding of her two granddaughters and got to meet the six great-grandchildren.

She is survived by daughters Terri Nicoll, Edmond, Sharla Keller (Jim) Augusta, KS., De Layne George, Edmond; grandchildren Nathan Nicoll, Colorado Springs, CO, Brooke (Matt) Metheny,De Soto, KS., Amy (Tyler) Gilliland, Olathe, KS.; great grandchildren Macy, Alyssa, Peyton Metheny, Kaylyn, Caleb, Callie Gilliland. Sisters Bernadine (Jack) Stovall, Anita (Bill) Timmons, brother Ray (Mary Ann) Price, and sister in law Margaret Price. Also nephews Jerry,Larry, Jack Jr., Jesse Stovall, Stephen Timmons, and Brent Price; nieces La Donna Armstrong, Pamela Jinks, Tina Swafford, and Jeretta (George) Sudduth.

Graveside services will be at 11:00 Friday, December 18, 2015, Gracelawn Cemetery Boulevard and Danforth. Memorials to American Cancer Society-Oklahoma.

6 thoughts on “Donna L. George”

  1. Quetha Ree Watkins Hale

    So sorry for your loss. One of my memories of her when I was a little girl is she made fudge one day and put salt on it! I was so shocked.

  2. I was so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. She was a lovely women. I will keep all of you in my prayers. Delayne I remember well going over to your house in Medford after school let out. I would love to hear from you. I listed my email if you would like to get in touch with me.

  3. Martha Hibler

    I worked for C. A. at First National Bank for around 20 years. He taught me about banking. We certainly enjoyed when Donna would drop by to visit. When we got together for dinners, sometimes bringing our favorite dishes, we always had wonderful times visiting with Donna! I’m sorry for your loss! May God bless each and everyone of you during this time of loss.

  4. LaDonna (Stovall) Armstrong

    Terri, Sharla and DeLayne — My thoughts and prayers are with you. Terri, I love my memories from our childhood when we would be at your home in Hobart or Sentinel. I am sure we caused Aunt Donna much grief with our shenanigans; but I am sure most of the time she laughed about it when we were out of sight. 🙂
    I was hoping this would allow me to post a picture but it won’t. I thought about Aunt Donna when I saw this yesterday. It is a statue showing an old woman on one side of a curtain. On the other side, it shows her passing through young once again, no pain or sorrows, and being greeted by Jesus. Terri, I hope we can see more of each other. And Sharla and DeLayne, I haven’t seen you in decades. We need to correct that. Love you all!! — LaDonna

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