Donna L. Edgell

Born: 08/10/1951 Passed:

Donna L. Edgell age 67, formerly of Spencer and Paden City West Virginia passed away Thursday April 11th, 2019.

Born August 10, 1951 in Spencer West Virginia, Donna spent most of her life in Paden City, West Virginia before moving to Ohio to be closer to family in 2014. Her hobbies included journaling, gardening, genealogy and photography. Donna will be remembered for her dedication to family, hard work ethic and belief in the word of God.

Preceded in death by her mother, Juanita; father, Leon and brother, Roger.

She is survived by her nephews Jeff (Lori), Larry (Christy) and sister-in-law Lenamae Edgell.

She loved spending time with her great nephews Travis, Cole, Jacob, Joshua and niece Jordan (Luke) in addition to the two blessings that gave her many laughs and smiles over the past few years, Hadley Mae and Gannon Martin.

The family would like to thank Judy Miller, Lorene Eddy, Judy Truman, Neil Caruthers, Deb Parker and Dreama Gandee for the love, friendship and support throughout Donna’s life.

Cremation has already taken place. Friends and family are welcome to attend a graveside service at Epling Chapel Church in Looneyville West Virginia. A date and time have not yet been determined. Condolences can be shared with the family online at

Heritage Cremation Society


4 Tributes to Donna L. Edgell

  1. Mark Fox says:

    I used to with at fishers big wheel, very nice lady, I’m sure she will be missed very much.

    • Dawn says:

      Dear friend and co-worker.
      She was a special person.
      Someone who was honest and devoted to her friends and family. Rest in peace dear friend.

  2. Dawn Elliott Parsons says:

    Donna was such a sweet wonderful woman! So sorry to hear of her passing????. She’s resting in the arms of Jesus now???? Hugs and Prayers for family and friends ????. So Long till we Meet again????????

  3. Diana Cecil says:

    So sorry to hear of Donna’s passing remember her laughing and joking around at convenient rest in peace Donna you certainly deserve it.

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