Donna WillhoiteJuly 17, 1960 ~ January 24, 2019A message from Brian:To our Family and Friends,I wanted to let those who had not heard yet that on Thursday Night I lost the love of my LIFE. My Wife, my Best Friend, My Princess the Light of my Life has left us. Donna has left us, please remember her in your prayers, along with JAMIE, IAN, Chris and her two wonderful Grand Babies.Hun you will be missed more than you will ever know. My heart breaks over losing you.For those that did not know her well, I met Donna as a sweet 15 year old girl, married her 4 years later and have been married to her for 39 wonderful memory filled years. She gave me and the world two of the greatest gifts a person could want in JAMIE and IAN. For that I am so ever thankful. I will miss her more than these words can ever express.Donna I love you and will miss you Dear Donna, I know you're in heaven, dancing and free but there's so much more, you should be here to see. So many things, I never got to say because I never thought, that you would go away. I never told you, because I thought that you knew but would that have changed, what you planned to do? I am glad that you are free, from your fears held inside but I wish you'd come to me, and put your pride aside. It's a lonelier place, this world without you I guess that you thought, this was all you could do. When I see you again, Ill tell you that you were wrong and how much I've missed you, each day you've been gone. Donna is survived by her loving husband of 39 years, Brian: Daughter, Jamie (Chris) Best and their 2 children; Son, Ian Willhoite; Brother, Chris (Lauren) Leaverton and their son & daughter; Sister, Diana Hignutt; Fathers, Robert Hignutt and Ted Smith; Mother, Marion Chandler; Sister-in-law Pamela Reebenaker and her 2 children.