Donna Williams McLeod, passed away Tuesday, August 28, 2018 at FirstHealth Hospice House, surrounded by her family.

Funeral service will be held 2:00 PM Friday, August 31, 2018 at Crossroads Baptist Church with the Reverend Mike Holyfield officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.  The family will receive friends prior to the service beginning at 12:30 PM and at others times at her home.

Donna was a native of Moore County and a graduate of North Moore High School.  She worked for Perdue Ind. for many years. She was a loving wife, mother and devoted “MawMaw Rose”.  Donna loved the Lord and was faithful in her humble service to Him. She served joyfully as a caregiver for family and friends.  Donna enjoyed reading, cooking with the grandchildren, QVC and Old Westerns. She was the daughter of the late Elmer and Ada Moore Williams was preceded in death by husband Darrell McLeod; brother: Bill Moore.

Donna is survived by son: Chris McLeod and wife Bonnie, of Greensboro, daughter: Dawn Marley and husband Erik, of Eagle Springs; grandchildren: Lauren and Sean McLeod, Bailea and Lana Marley; sisters: Faye Lineberry, Brenda Maness, Elise Hancock; brothers: Rufus, Johnny, Eldon, Lloyd and Bobby Williams; many nieces, nephews and friends.

Memorials may be made to Crossroads Baptist Church,  6787 NC Hwy 705, Robbins, N.C 27325.

Kennedy Funeral Home is serving the McLeod family.

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  1. Dear family… we are so sorry for your loss. Donna was a very special lady. Praying for you all.

    God saw she was getting tired and a cure was not to be. So he put his arms around her and whispered ‘Come with me.’ With tear filled eyes we watched her suffer and fade away. Although we loved her deeply, we could not make her

  3. You were a very special person to me , I know you are rejoicing now I love you and will miss you , praying for the family!

  4. Donna Rose was one of my favorite people. Each week we met at Davis Community Center and talked while our granddaughters danced. She had such a sweet spirit and I will miss her and our special times together. She was a true Christian and displayed it in e

  5. Such a wonderful and sweet Christian lady. We know Darrell was so happy to meet you at Heaven’s gate. God bless Chris, Dawn and all the family. We love you all.
    Tom & Jane Lethco; Bruce & Leah Harris

  6. Sorry to hear of Donna Rose passing. I’ve know her since the first grade. Every time I saw her over the years she was always the same person I remembered. She was a good person and will be missed by everyone she knew.

  7. With Heart-Felt Sympathy, Love and Prayers for all the family.
    Donna Rose was a loving, caring, special lady. Always so kind to everyone.
    May God’s promises bring you hope and comfort.

  8. So saddened to hear about your dear loss. Holding ya’ll close to our hearts & in our prayers. Heaven surely gained an Angel. She was always so kind,caring,and such a loving Christian lady with a heart of gold. – Prayers & much love to you her precious f

  9. I will always remember you as the sweet Mom of Chris and Dawn during my childhood years. Such a loving lady. May you rest easy in the arms of God.

  10. She was definitely a beautiful person, inside and out.-  I’m sorry, I didn’t even know she was sick.-  Couldn’t meet a sweeter lady.-  Prayers for Dawn and Chris and your families.

  11. Dear family of Donna Rose, Please know she will be missed by all, she was a good Christian girl and was always friendly to everyone.-  I was blessed to have grown up with her in the Needham’s Grove church community.-  We had a good community and enjoyed l

  12. Enjoy your beautiful home in heaven Donna Rose!!!-  I will miss you greatly…… you were my best friend , my sounding ear and-  words of wisdom for me. No more worries now..-  Love you bunches girl……….

  13. Donna Rose was always so sweet and always had a smile to share. Prayers for Dawn, Chris and her other family members.

  14. Donna was a special person in my life for many years. We grew up in the same community, went to school together for twelve years, and as teenagers had some interesting, fun times. As adults, I taught her children, lots of conversations,
    She loved he

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