Donna Lee Wilham, 52, went to be with our Lord on 10/12/2018. She is survived by her husband, David Willham of Texas, her children, Joshua Ward of Georgia, Kilee Wilham of Texas and Jacob Wilham of Texas. She is also survived by her father, Donald Meador of Texas, her sisters, Karen Meador of Georgia, Valerie Carlson of Oregon along with her nephews, nieces and great nephews and great nieces. In lieu of flowers the family is respectfully requesting memorial donations be made to http://alphabravocanine.org/donations. This organization helps our Veterans with the ability to lead a somewhat normal life with the ability to have a working dog. These are two things that were near and dear to heart. When making the donation please add a note that the donation is in Memory of Donna Wilham.

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  1. You were not supposed to go anywhere. My heart is broken and I don’t know what to do. I know you are no longer suffering and you are there with Mommy and Bretty, but to be honest, they don’t need you, we need you. I will miss forever and always. Until we see each other again … I love you to the moon and beyond.

  2. Baby Girl my Heart is broken. He took you to soon. I still don’t and don’t want to believe this. You were the best Baby sister ever. You were a AMAZING mother, sister, and friend. You will forever be in my heart. I don’t know how to go on without you. I know you are no longer in pain. You are at Peace now. Give Mommy a big hug from me. Love you always and forever to the Moon and Beyond. RIP Baby Girl

  3. My Sweet Donna, My Heart hurts,A Lot!!! I know it wasn’t your choice, but we weren’t done with you. I choose to believe you are super happy up there with all your loved ones, but it hasn’t stopped raining here.. I believe those are your Tears, because you already Miss everyone you left behind. I Love my Friend!! To the Moon and back always.

  4. To my beloved childhood friend Donna, After having lost touch with you for so many years, it was exciting to finally talk with you. There was so much to catch up on when we spoke. And now that we found one another, here I thought we would have plenty of time to stay in touch, relive some old childhood laughter, or just share a bit of good news now and again. My heart is broken for you, and your whole family. Please know that my thoughts are with you. There will always be a special place in my heart reserved just for you. Rest in Peace my friend.

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