Donna White

February 11, 1933 ~ January 31, 2021

Donna Faye White, 87, of Farmington passed away January 31, 2021 at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. She was born February 11, 1933 in Cooter, MO to the late Leonard and Leraun (Weaks) Baughn. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Farmington. Donna enjoyed listening to music and traveling with her husband, visiting much of the United States.

In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by her son, Edward Doughty and brother, Donald K. Baughn.

Donna is survived by her husband, Gary L. White; four children, Glen Doughty and wife Shelia, Kelly Wormsley and husband Thomas, Kevin White and wife Rheannon, Carol Hogancamp and husband William; six grandchildren, Deanna (Todd) Vierck, Kaitlin Doughty, Will and Kyle Hogancamp, Emma and Audrey White; one great-grandchild, Declan Vierck.

Visitation will be held Thursday, February 4, 2021 from 3:00 PM until 8:00 PM at the C.Z. Boyer & Son Funeral Home – Taylor Chapel in Farmington. Service will be held at 1:00 PM on Friday at the C.Z. Boyer & Son – Taylor Chapel with Rev. Greg Robinson officiating. Interment will follow at Parkview Cemetery in Farmington. Face masks or coverings are required before entering the building. Memorial Donations may be made to The Baptist Home – Arcadia Valley.

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  1. Such a sweet lady Donna was.  I was blessed to be her friend and colleague for many years. She was one of those friends who was the same even when we missed seeing each other for a year or more.  I will miss her.  

  2. I have so many great memories with my Aunt Donna. Our family trips to Potosi & later Farmington. 
    I am so thankful for our last visit at Pensacola Beach. Much love! Teri

  3. Gary I'm so sorry to learn of donna's passing . She was a sweet lady who Carol and I enjoyed visiting with a our MAMMA get togethers. DAVE LIKELY

  4. I will sure miss our yearly visits with Aunt Donna and Gary. I am blessed to have known her and will always remember her smile and laughter. My heart is breaking for all of her family.

  5. Thank you all for loving my grandmother so much. Her and my dad (Ed) were my biggest cheerleaders and I will forever be grateful for the years we spent together. Nothing beats a Holiday meal at Granny Donna’s house. She was so involved in her community and so very loved and cherished. 

  6. My sympathy to family and friends. DOnna was my friend and sister in law since 1955. I have many special memories in travel, family visits both in Missouri and Florida. You will always be in our hearts. 

  7. Gary and family: I was saddened to learn this very unexpected news about Donna. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you. I’ve known your family for many years and have always enjoyed you friendship. It was always good to be able to visit with you at church and share our stories and tidbits of news. I will treasure those times. May God comfort you and cover you with His love and peace.

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