White-Hendry, Donna Jean
Birth: 7-17-1948
Death: 6-10-2022
Comments: Information from obituary
Burial: Caney Cemetery
Notes: Originally recorded in a survey on 6-12-2022 and updated on .
Obituary: Donna Jean White-Hendry, age 73 of McCaskill, Arkansas, went to her Eternal Home on Friday, June 10, 2022. She was born, July 17, 1948, in Cale, Arkansas to the late Clifton Olen White and Lee Ila Wood White. She was a homemaker and a faithful member of the Pleasant Springs Missionary Baptist Church in McCaskill. She loved all her animals and was an excellent cook. She loved reading her Bible and spending time with and loving her two granddaughters. She also was an Elvis Presley fan. Preceding her in death was her parents and a sister, Lou Grant. She leaves behind her spouse, Ken Burns of McCaskill, a son, Jarod Hendry, and wife Stephanie of McCaskill, a sister, Mollie Sue Peters of Prescott, a niece, Carrie and husband Larry Jones of Prescott, nephew, Nick White Peters and wife Kellie of Maumelle, Arkansas, two great nieces, Missa and husband Steven Brzeski of Prescott, Aly and husband Hunter Sinyard of Fouke, Arkansas. One great- great niece, Lacy Brzeski of Prescott. And her pride and joy her two granddaughters, Kristen, and Klaire Hendry of McCaskill. A large host of other family and friends too numerous to name. Graveside services will be Monday, June 13, 2022, at 10 am in Caney Cemetery near Cale, Arkansas with Bro. Jarod Hendry officiating. The family will receive friends at Nashville Funeral Home on Sunday night from 6 to 8 pm. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Caney Cemetery Fund, to Donald Munn 4075 Hwy. 371, Rosston, Arkansas 71858.

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