OBITUARY

Donna C. McComb

June 30, 1960March 31, 2021
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Donna McComb, 60, of Phenix City, Alabama passed away on Wednesday, March 31, 2021. She was born June 30, 1960 in Columbus, Georgia to the late Daniel Earl Hicks and Barbara Lewis Hicks. Visitation will be held from 1-3pm, on Saturday, April 3, 2021 in the Chapel of Striffler-Hamby Mortuary 3770 Hwy 431 N. Phenix City, Alabama. Funeral services will follow in the Chapel at 3:00pm, Saturday April 3, 2021. Donna is survived by her children; Michael Hall, Cassie Hall and Scott McComb, brother; Greg (Cindy) Hicks, brother; Randy (DeAnn) Hicks and a sister; Denise (Donnie) Harden, grandchildren; William Hall, Cyleah Hall, Addison Tassoni, Aiden Hall, Ross Hicks, Ally Brooke Tassoni, Reese Hicks, Noah Hall and Alicia “Butter bean” Broadwater, nephew; Wayne Hodge, niece; Jessica Arlington and several aunts, uncles, cousins and other relatives.

  • FAMILY

  • Michael Hall, Son
  • Cassie Hall, Daughter
  • Scott McComb, Son
  • Greg Hicks, Brother
  • Randy Hicks, Brother
  • Denise Harden, Sister
  • Grandchildren; William Hall, Cyleah Hall, Addison Tassoni, Aiden Hall, Ross Hicks, Ally Brooke Tassoni, Reese Hicks, Noah Hall and Alicia “Butter bean” Broadwater, nephew; Wayne Hodge, niece; Jessica Arlington and several aunts, uncles, cousins and other relatives

Services

  • Visitation for Family & Friends

    Saturday, April 3, 2021

  • Funeral Services

    Saturday, April 3, 2021

Memories

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Tina Morgan

April 4, 2021

I don’t know where to start I Always told you you were talling then me you had a beautiful smile that light up the room u gonna be truly miss

Linda Jeter

April 3, 2021

Praying for the family. Although I didn't know Donna personally, I know she was a good grand mother to my grandsons, Will, Aiden, and Noah. Rest in heaven, Donna. You will be missed.

Cindy Chalkley Bullard

April 3, 2021

Lots of wonderful and fun memories of school and after. Rest in peace. Prayers for your family. Love you

Gale Dawson-Ming

April 3, 2021

Well where do I began??? We had so many memories from growing up to adulthood. We had great times from partying together, to worshiping together, the last time I saw you was at church at River of Life. Girl you were always the sweetest, kindest person I knew. Thanks for allowing me to be able to call you Friend! RIP my friend, I will see you when we meet up yonder!!!🙏😥❤

Pamela Banks

April 3, 2021

My favorite memory of ms. Donna was always her smile when ever she would see you. My heart goes out to the family, and know that you have my deepest condolences.

Tamara Jackson

April 2, 2021

Ms. Donna you were the first face of comfort and welcome I saw when I came to Parkwood You never once showed me a down side and you made sure I stayed up and kept a smile and for that I thank you you will truly be miss I love you dearly.

Christine Dozier

April 2, 2021

Just got to know her shortly I worked at Parkwood Healthcare the little time I knew her I knew she was a very nice person every time I see her she have a smile on her face she is truly going to be missed my condolences go out to the family Christine Dozier

Amy Ellerbee

April 2, 2021

My favorite memory of you will forever be the day we ran into you "or should I say two buggies full" at Big Lots. There was a buggy coming towards me and one in tow, with no one pushing or pulling. I only knew you were in there somewhere because I saw your grandchildren walking on each side. I said, "Donna, are you in there", and you poked your head out the side from in between those two buggies and we both just laughed. You always gave the best hugs, and I will miss sneaking in your office and closing the door to hide and eat lunch with you at your desk, "more like steal some bites of your Miles to Go broccoli, chicken, and cheese casserole. You have always been a great friend to me and have always and will always be very near and dear to my heart. You were such a tiny little person, but you were one of the biggest most beautiful souls I've ever known. Thank you for the laughs and for making me not the "shortest" person at "The Wood" for the special time that we got with you. You are always Loved and will Always be missed. These last few days at work without you have felt so empty, we are broken, but we know you are Happy where you are and knowing that will help us heal!

Charles Gandy Jr.

April 2, 2021

*Singing... DONA....OHHHHHH DONA!!!!

My friend, My small GIANT, My coworker.... I will miss you dearly. I remember you asking me, "Charles... what am I going to do. My car is acting up!" Me: "Don't worry Dona. Let me look at it....It’s just your battery terminal. I can take you to get it fixed."
You were so happy and thankful. The smile on your face was always contagious. You sweet spirit, GOD FEARING, Special woman. Working with you was fun and you blessed me with your encouraging words.
So enjoy the BIG MAN UPSTAIRS!!! I know HE'S HAPPY to have you with HIM. Sitting and looking across the hallway into your office is so different. I cry (sadness), I laugh (at your imitation of the toe-point and hand on your hips like a person we wont name, lol), and cry again (happiness) knowing YOU SIT BESIDE THE KING OF ALL KINGS! GOD BLESS THE FAMILY AND ALL THAT KNEW YOU!
TO GOD BE THE GLORY! THERE'S A HOLE IN MY HEART ONLY HE CAN FILL, NOW THAT YOU ARE GONE.
-Charles
P.S. I'll miss you jumping and trying to give me a high five.

Mandy Peterson

April 1, 2021

Sweet Donna... what am I going to do without you at work? You had such a loving heart for all. I will always cherish our morning chats, you asking me if you needed to get the IV pole out today or did I eat lunch? My heart is absolutely broken, but I know you are rejoicing in heaven! You had such a love for Jesus and were never afraid to say it and stand up for what you believed. I will miss you telling me what I needed to watch on the Victory Channel. You will always hold a special place in my heart sweet friend, and I am thankful the Lord allowed our paths to cross.

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