WAY, Donna J.
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WAY, Donna J.
WAY, Donna J.
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Donna J. Way, age 74, of Kennesaw, GA passed away on Sunday, March 2, 2014. Memorial Services will be held at 3pm on Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at Midway Presbyterian Church with Rev. David Hall officiating. Committal Services will be held prior to the Memorial Service at 2pm at Midway Presbyterian Church Cemetery. A native of Canton, Ohio, Mrs. Way moved to Texas in 1974, then to Cobb County, GA in 1980. She retired from AT&T after 13 years of service, and was an active contributor to Project Linus. Survivors include her husband, Wendell L. Way; children, Scott (Leona) Way, Germany, DeeAnn (David) Plopper, Kennesaw, GA, Steven (Elizabeth) Way, Dallas, GA and Rachelle (Stephen) Manston, Hoover, AL; mother, Ollie Brooks, Brewster, OH; sister, Marlene (Darryl) Huff, Dalton, OH; grandchildren, Brendan Way, Ariana Way, Jan Way, Ethan Plopper, Ashley Sivadon, Steven Way, Sierra Way, Molly Way, Maddie Manston and Christopher Manston. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Midway Presbyterian Church – Missions Fund @ 4635 Dallas Highway, Powder Springs, GA 30127. The family will receive friends on Tuesday from 12pm until 2pm at Midway Presbyterian Church in Marietta. Online guestbook @:

www.westcobbfuneralhome.com

Express condolences at mdjonline.com

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Leonard Sandberg
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March 04, 2014
Wendell and Family:

So sorry to read in this mornign MDJ that you and your family lost Donna.

Wendell, you and Donna worked the Elections for many years when I was an Area Supervisor for the Elections Office. You both were always faithful in being available unless some of much importance came up. I remember you all wanting the schedule for Training and Voting days well in advance so as to try to schedule your personal schedule so that the duties of working the elections would fit in. I was deeply apprecitive of the dedication you all showed and missed you both when I retired from the Area Supervisor Position. I know you all will have a hole in your lifes for Donna. She is in our memories.
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