April 24, 1971 – October 15, 2020
Donna Webb, 49, of LaGrange, GA passed away Thursday, October 15, 2020 at Wellstar West Georgia Medical Center.
Mrs. Webb was born April 24, 1971 in LaGrange, GA, to the proud parentage of Don and Dianne Turner. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Education from Columbus State University and was a Teacher and Math Advanced Learning Content Leader for 7th grade at Gardner Newman Middle School. Donna was a faithful member of Hilyer Baptist Church, where she was involved with AWANA and Youth programs, was the WMU President.
Left to cherish her memory are her parents, Don and Dianne Turner; loving husband, Mark Webb; son, Allen Webb; and brother, Chris Turner; several other family and friends.
A Graveside Service will be held 2:00pm Tuesday, October 20, 2020 in Meadoway Gardens with Rev. Aaron McCollough officiating. In lieu of flowers, the family request donations be made to the Donna Webb Memorial Fund, in care of Hilyer Baptist Church, 88 Lower Big Springs Rd., LaGrange, GA 30241.
Those wishing to share a condolence or remembrance with the family may do so by visiting www.shlagrange.com.
Arrangements are by Striffler-Hamby Mortuary, 1010 Mooty Bridge Road, LaGrange, GA
- Don & Dianne Turner, Father & Mother
- Mark Webb, Husband
- Allen Webb, Son
- Chris Turner, Brother
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Donna Webb Memorial Fund in care of Hilyer Baptist Church
88 Lower Big Springs Rd., LaGrange, Georgia 30241
Tuesday, October 20, 2020
October 19, 2020
I’m won of her students that was in her class you will be missed truly I love you and we all Miss you So So much thank you for being a great teacher!You are the best and you are beautiful I love you more than you ever known Rest In heaven Sweet Angel❤️😢[Mckenya]
October 19, 2020
I have many fond memories of Donna when Larry and I went to church at Hilyer. I worked with her with the Cubbies in Awana's. We had some good times with the kids. She had so much energy and enthusiasm, loved working with kids and the kids all loved her. She always had a smile on her face, anything that needed to be done, she was always onboard. We were in WMU together. She will certainly be missed by so many, especially her family and her church family. When we moved back to ARK she gave me several items that I think of her each time I look at them and will always cherish. She was a great friend and she loved her Lord and Savior. I have comfort knowing that she is with Him now in Heaven and look forward to seeing her again there. May GOD comfort and bless all her family. We miss y'all and love each of you. Love, Gail & Larry
October 18, 2020
Go rest high on that mountain, sweet friend! I can only imagine...you are dancing in glory, standing in amazement, sharing the presence of Jesus! I know you are happy, but we are sad. Much love to your family! I will miss you!
Louis & Betty Lester
October 18, 2020
We are so sorry for your sadness. We remember your sweet family with fondness. May God give you peace. Sending our prayers.
October 18, 2020
Some hearts are cautious. They are shy, and still, and speak in whispers. Some are bold and bright and call out to others fearlessly. Donna had a heart like that, a heart that was unafraid.
I met Donna in my first year of teaching. I was mid-degree, mid-divorce, with a toddler and a baby and I was just handed a classroom in chaos. I spent a lot of time lost that year, flailing about and just getting by. Donna was there, always, with constant support and the occasional firm dose of reality.
Her heart was there for me from the beginning. She guided me, taught me, scolded me when I needed it. I wouldn't let her love me yet, but she did anyway. You just couldn't argue with her and you certainly weren't gonna win.
The next year, I moved from math to science. I was on Donna's hall and I still looked to her as my mentor. Again, she lead the way for me and taught by example...and the occasional scolding. Even when she told me things I didn't want to hear, I had faith she was always seeking what was best for me and others. That year, I let her love me and I thought I might be safe to love her, too.
For the next two years our friendship blossomed. She was more than a mentor, she was my school mom. A fellow teacher that always had my back but would also keep me in check when I needed it. Like with all good moms, I moved from dependence on her to standing on my own. We became equals, confidantes, coconspirators.
At some point, I knew I had to make a decision though. Was loving Donna worth the pain of eventually losing her? See, I had walked this very same path before with my dad. I knew this day was coming and I prayed it away with all my heart, but here I am again. I will tell you, the pain is great, but the beauty of loving is that it is always worth it.
I love you, Donna. You touched my life and changed my heart. May I honor your memory with a ice cold Coca-Cola, a trip through the Magic Tunnel, and a heart that is no longer so afraid.
October 17, 2020
Fondest memories growing up in Lagrange with many wonderful kinfolk.
None as loving as Donna.
Rest in peace sweet cousin.