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Donna Lynn Hoobler-Taylor Vernon

November 3, 1957April 1, 2021
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Donna Lynn Hoobler-Taylor Vernon of Clemmons, NC went to be with Jesus on April 1, 2021.

Donna was a Peritoneal Dialysis patient for the last 18 years. She enjoyed educating others about her disease. Prior to Renal failure, Donna was a Deputy Clerk for Forsyth Clerk of Court in Forsyth County.

Donna was preceded in death by her father, Noble Hoobler and a son, Thomas Vernon. She is survived by her mother, Elizabeth Slate Burdette. Her three children. Steffiany Vernon, Elizabeth Dorissa Vernon, and Howard Vernon. Five grandchildren. Tyler and Kenzie Grantz, Hannah and Thomas James Key, and Sunnie Vernon. One great granddaughter, Raelynn Key.

A celebration of Donna's life will be held on Saturday April 10th at 2pm at Frank Vogler & Sons Funeral Home in Clemmons.


  • Elizabeth Slate Burdette, Mother
  • Steffiany Vernon, Daughter
  • Elizabeth Dorissa Vernon, Daughter
  • Howard Vernon, Son
  • Tyler Grantz, Grandchild
  • Kenzie Grantz, Grandchild
  • Hannah Key, Grandchild
  • Thomas James Key, Grandchild
  • Sunnie Vernon, Grandchild
  • Raelynn Key, Great Grandchild


10 April

Celebration of Life

2:00 pm

Frank Vogler & Sons Funeral Home

2849 Middlebrook Dr
Clemmons, North Carolina 27012


Donna Lynn Hoobler-Taylor Vernon

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Emily Welsh

April 7, 2021

I remember her smile in that light blue convertible car....I think Eli and I were in highschool maybe. I remember her noting how much I loved her son...and how in every picture my head would lean over on Eli's shoulder. Now every time I take a picture I think of that funny tendency and how loved to lean on Eli, as pointed out by his mom. Sending my love to your whole family and my deepest empathy of how hard it is to lose a parent and how strong they were to endure many years of health challenges and fought it til the very end. Love your family deeply.

Barry Chappell

April 7, 2021

Many years of good memories. Donna will be missed

Kenzie Grantz

April 6, 2021

There was never a dull moment with my grandma, from rubbing her feet with lotion to playing marbles to her reading us books to her cooking our favorite food French fries in the deep fryer with Crisco of course!!! I could go on forever but I will forever cherish every moment I miss you so much but I know you’re at peace with uncle tom and papa and jojo! I’m gonna make y’all proud of me! Please keep looking over us! Until I see you again my beautiful angel

I love you forever and always