In Memory

Donna Mae Bell (Wright)

May 16, 1952 - March 4, 2007

Wright, Donna Mae: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice

Wichita Eagle, The (KS) - March 6, 2007

Deceased Name: Wright, Donna Mae

Wright, Donna Mae, 54, went to be with her Lord March 4, 2007 after a brief illness. She was surrounded by her loving family and friends. Survived by her husband, Dennis Wright, of 36 years; son, Jarrod Wright (Michelle) of Valley Center; daughter, Aisha Wright (Jeremiah Pribble) of Wichita; father, Bill Bell of Clearwater; brothers, William Bell, Wichita, Brent Bell, Rochester, N.Y.; sisters, Sherry Lavender, Brenda Eck both of Wichita. Also survived by 6 beautiful granddaughters, Kaley, Sierra, Olivia, Sydnie, Rylee and Emma; 1st grandson, Hayden James, to arrive April 2007. Preceded in death by mother, Mary Bell. Donna was a wonderful grandmother and mentor to her grandchildren. She wanted to show them the way of the Lord. She loved her church and was a woman of God. Her friends found her extraordinarily special. Donna was creative and talented. She was a competitor, problem solver, bargain shopper, with a warm smile and beautiful singing voice. The most important thing to Donna was to serve God. Besides reading her bible, she continually read books to make sure she was doing everything possible to know God and how to lead a better life. Donna said to tell everyone to "Cling to Jesus because he is your only hope." We'll all be fine because we know she's in her glorious Heaven. Services are Wednesday, March 7, 2007 at 1 p.m. at the Christian Chapel Foursquare Church, 5828 S. Broadway, Wichita, KS 67216. Burial, Greenwood Cemetery, 6231 W. 47th St., Wichita, KS. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the food pantry at Christian Chapel Foursquare Church. Visitation from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Wulf-Ast Mortuary, Garden Plain.

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07/18/10 04:38 PM #1    

Jacque White (Kochak)

Again, I remember Donna so well. Went to so many slumber parties with her. I remember Denny, too. Wish I knew more about her life and death. She was a sweet person.

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