August 7, 1964October 8, 2021

Donna Edna Baggott, age 57, passed away on October 8th, 2021 at The Englewood Hospice House. Donna was born in Lake Orion, Michigan on August 7th, 1964 to Ann Harmer and Donald Lewandowski who preceded her in death. Donna moved to Florida in 1968, where she later met and married her husband, James Baggott. Donna showed joy in always helping others, especially when it came to her community. Donna was involved in the Charlotte County Homeless Coalition and Myakka River Elementary Schools PTO for years. Donna enjoyed bowling, the beach, and watching children's faces light up as she painted them. Though she had accomplished many things throughout her life her main pride and joy was her family who she loved dearly. Donna leaves behind her beloved husband, James, Her three sons Nicholas, Jacob, and Eric, her daughter Brittany, and granddaughter Lacie Baggott. Donna will be remembered as an amazing wife, mother, “Nanna” and friend. We who loved her will never forget that contagious laugh and giving heart she had. Donna will be greatly missed by all. Knowing Donna touched many hearts including our young ones, we would like to welcome all to join us in a Celebration of Life. We're asking those that join us to please bring a dish. Donna’s Celebration of Life will be held on October 23rd 2021 at 1481 Crestwood Rd, Englewood, FL 34223 at 4:30 p.m.

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Gale Watson

October 22, 2021

Donna will be missed by many of this there is no doubt, not least of which her Family. It saddens me each time I think of it.
But the community as a whole also lost an outstanding member.
Always ready to lend a hand for whatever the cause. I believe at almost every event I attended, I saw her artwork on many attendee, young and old alike. Her face painting would be everywhere. Many times she just showed up, supplies in hand, and went to work. Always with a smile.
Many didn’t realize the stuff she was facing, her heart had been broken time and again and still she would share a smile and kind words. Where she found them to share, I really couldn’t say, but she did it all the same.
I pray this community will continue to support her family, as she has done for so many. There is still a child to raise, Jimmy’s hands are full. His heart is quite literally
BROKEN physically as well as from this loss. He needs a transplant, while some may say this isn’t the place, I believe she would say thank you. I’m sure we can continue to support her Go fund me page to help him. God bless you woman for all you did for others. God bless you Jimmy in your fight for life. ♥️💔♥️

Janice Alston

October 11, 2021

My deepest condolences to Donna's family. She was such a good person and did much for others and our Englewood Community. She was a kind soul. I know she has now joined many of her loved ones on the other side. My prayers are for those she leaves behind.

Jan Alston

Marilyn Shields

October 9, 2021

We are so sorry to hear of Donna’s passing. I know she is with Jesus and no longer suffering. Donna was always the first to help those in need. We met at Myakka River Elementary School and she donated countless hours to the school and children there. She loved everyone around her and had a heart of gold. Donna definitely was an example of Christ’s love for one another. She will be greatly missed. We are here for your family; as I was Eric’s 3rd grade teacher, and this breaks my heart to see him and your family go through this. Please know we are here for you. You are in our prayers.