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January 6, 2014

Donna Sue Holman

— Donna Sue Holman

Funeral services for Donna Sue Holman, of Chickasha,  will be 10:30 a.m., Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014 at the Sevier Funeral Home Chapel.

Donna Sue Holman was born April 29, 1965 in Chickasha, to Raymond and Shirley (Banks) Robbins.  She passed away on Saturday, Jan.  4, 2014 in Oklahoma City, at the age of 48.

Donna lived in Chickasha her entire adult life.  She married George Lee Holman on July 20, 1982 in Chickasha.

Donna was a registered nurse and was currently working for Lifeline Home Health of Chickasha.  She also had worked at the Children’s OU Medical Center and several local nursing homes and the Grady Memorial Hospital.

Donna’s life revolved around giving to her family, job, friends and patients.

She is preceded in death by her father, Raymond E. “Butch” Robbins, Jr.; her paternal grandparents, Raymond and Violet Robbins; her maternal grandmother, Bonnie Banks; and 2 aunts, Diana Troyer and Kathy Judkins.

Donna is survived by her husband, George Lee Holman, of Chickasha; two daughters: Aimee R. Holman and her husband, Michael Johnson, of Chickasha and Tiara Thomas of Lawton; three grandchildren:  Kinsley Johnson, Shane and Ford Lincoln. er mother, Shirley Robbins Banks of Chickasha; Mother-in-law, Ethel Green; two sisters:  Jana Brackett and her husband, Sean and Tammy Miller and her husband, Alex; five nieces, four nephews and her dear friends, Bobby and Dedra McMullen

Interment will be in the Rose Hill Cemetery under the direction of Sevier Funeral Home.

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