Donna Kay Lewis-Hall

12/06/1949 –


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  • Funeral Service
Date: 10/28/2019
Time: 10:00 am
 – 11:00 am


Donna Kay Lewis-Hall passed away on October 23, 2019. We will celebrate her life of 70 years at 10:00 am on Monday, October 28, 2019, at Lake Ridge Chapel. Friends are invited to share memories and expressions of sympathy for the family to cherish in the space provided at the bottom of this page.

Donna Kay Lewis-Hall was born on December 6, 1949, to Max and Frances Lichliter in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Donna married Earl Hall on July 5, 2004, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Survivors include her husband, Earl Hall; two daughters, Staci Lewis and Denise Moutinho; Shannon Beck and husband, Timothy; two grandchildren, Colter Ryan Beck, and fiancé,  Jenevieve Rose Lemke; Cheyenne Taylor Beck and Nolan Girard.

She was preceded in death by her father, Max and Frances Lichliter, and brother, Jim Lichliter.



7 thoughts on “Donna Kay Lewis-Hall”

  1. Donna will be greatly missed. She was one of a kind and had a heart of gold. I am glad she was part of my family for almost all of my life. We had a very special relationship and she will always be in my heart.

  2. My heart is in a million pieces at your loss but I know you are in heaven where you should be. Your love, encouragement, giving and kindness always shined through. You believed in our Heavenly Father and was prepared to live in his mansion. You will be so missed on this earth by your. Family, loved ones and friends. You are a heavenly angel now. We all love you Donna Kay and will see you again.

  3. Donna you contagious laughter and kind loving heart will be missed so much. I am still having a hard time wrapping my head around the fact that I will never see you again. I loved you like a sister. I don’t remember a time that you were not a part of our lives. The Lewis-Hall’s and Webb’s were friends/family for as far back as I can remember. I love you so much. May you Rest In Peace with our Heavenly Father and the whole family.

  4. It’s so hard to believe Aunt Donna is gone. You could always depend in her for a good hug or laugh. I remember being a kid and hating to go to her house in the afternoon, no matter who you were you were taking a nap. I’m so sorry for the loss and pain y’all are feeling. Lots of love.

    Bret and Terri Bentley

  5. I love you and I will miss you. Donna was more than a coworker, she was my friend. My heart is broken for all of us that knew her and for those that will never get to meet her on earth. Her smile, her heart, her presence was bigger than life itself. RIP sweet lady.

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