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Donna McKinney Lummus

11 julio , 193616 febrero , 2021

Donna McKinney Lummus, 84, of Sterrett, Alabama, and formerly of Miami, Florida, passed away Tuesday, February 16, 2021. She was born in Evanston, Illinois on July 11, 1936.

Donna Gail McKinney graduated from Ripon College with the Bachelor of Arts in English Degree.

On May 28, 1959, she married Lynn Fort Lummus and began a long-time, immensely successful career as a housewife and homemaker. While her main passion in life was her family's well-being, she also devoted her time and energy unselfishly to gardening, environmental issues, her church, and various philanthropic causes. She was an active member of local Junior League, Daughters of the American Revolution, and Garden Club groups. She also served as director of the Lyndonwood Foundation.

Mrs. Lummus was predeceased by her husband, Lynn Fort Lummus, and her parents, Kathryn Ransom Coupland and John Keryl McKinney.

Survivors include Mrs. Lummus's children, Kathy Lummus Smith, Lynn M. Lummus, John M. Lummus, and James "Jim" F. Lummus; 15 grandchildren, Jennifer Smith Calhoun, Laura Smith, Jonathan Smith, Paul Smith, Katie Smith Gurley, Grace Smith Bowman, Rebecca Smith, Courtney Lummus, Abigail Lummus, Claire Lummus, Kailey Lummus Morris, Rowen Lummus, Colton Lummus, Jackson Lummus, and Landry Lummus; and two great-grandchildren, Jace Calhoun and Erin Morris.

The private graveside service will be at Caballero Rivero Woodlawn North in Miami, Florida.

In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to Briarwood Presbyterian Church in Birmingham, Alabama, Birmingham Botanical Gardens, or Fairchild Gardens in Miami, Florida.

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Ronda Burnside

25 febrero , 2021

I loved Donna....she definitely lived to serve others and share Jesus in word and deed. I loved her smile, her laugh and non judgmental ways....always seeing the best in others......I look so forward to being with her for eternity...

Camille Davis Stewart

22 febrero , 2021

Some of my fondest memories were going to the Lummus house while our moms went to chat. Donna was so warm and welcoming and we all got to play. Donna was one of the most gracious women I know. She loved God and she showed God’s love to all of us. Her beautiful smile was a signature of hers. You can feel her joy in the pictures here. I still remember her telling me about 20 years ago now, “Camille, I think you’re old enough now that you can just call me Donna. I think I’d like that better.” So Donna, you will be greatly missed. Your smile, your laugh, your loving ways are an art that will live on in your children and grandchildren. You will be greatly missed. My love and prayers to all the Lummus children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Your mom was one of a kind.

Polly and Sam Carico

22 febrero , 2021

Donna is my dearest friend. I would like to have family to my home when you are here for her burial. We’re deeply saddened.my sympathy to all family.

Judy Stark

22 febrero , 2021

I want to send my condolences to the whole family. She was a wonderful woman and she will be missed in this world.

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