Donna Sue Owens
7 February, 1954 – 13 June, 2021
Donna Sue Owens(Brawdy) was born on February 7, 1954 in Midwest City, Oklahoma to parents Paul and Helen Brawdy. She was the youngest of three; her older sister Paula Lucas(Donnie) and older brother Fred Brawdy(Sandy). She graduated from Carl Alert High School where she met Richard Owens who would become her husband of 48 years. Five years after the marriage reception they would have their first of two children a son, Jason(Emily) and daughter, Jennifer(Matt) Donna was a great mother, wife, and friend. She never had a bad word to say about anyone, nor did anyone have a bad thing to say about her. She was friends with almost everyone she met. She even got a job as a school cafeteria Manager to be able to be closer to her kids. Donna had a hobby of cake decorating. She made cakes for several different holidays and events. She even did wedding cakes from time to time. Donna loved being a grandmother more than anything in the world. She was a wonderful grandmother to three great children: Jaxson, Zoey, and Dexter. Donna loved animals. There wasn't ever a time that she was without a dog or three. June 13, 2021 she passed away in her home in Midwest City, Ok. She will always be remembered for her kindness and quirky sense of humor. She will be greatly missed.
Monday, 21 June , 2021
Donna Sue Owens
16 June 2021
Donna was my first friend in the neighborhood. We became good friends. Our kids played together and we went to baseball and football games. She got me to work in the school cafeterias. We even went to a conference in Tulsa. We parked in a garage that we soon found out was a bad idea. Donna drove a van and it was too tall. She removed her luggage rack when we came out! She was a dear friend and I will miss her very much!!!
14 June 2021
I have so many fun memories with Donna when our boys, Jason and Jerry, played baseball together back in the 80s
From rescuing a wicker chair on the highway to taking a limo in New Orleans. So many laughs. I have thought of Donna many times thru the years always good thoughts and with a smile.
My heart aches for her family. Hugs and prayers to Jason and Jennifer as well as their families. ❤