Donna

July 31, 1937 ~ August 17, 2021

Born in: Mahnomen, MN
Resided in: Glasgow, KY

Donna Mae Caudle, entered into the kingdom of God on August 17, 2021. She was greeted there by her sweet sister June, and her dear sweet sister Marilyn, her lovable brother, Alan, her Mama and Daddy, her dear nephew, Larry, and her precious granddaughter, Donieta Billings. And more. She left 6 dear children, the great love of her life, Gene Caudle, and over 60 descendants, 2 brothers, Bruce, and Floyd Milsten, and 2 sisters, Sharon Conwell and Gloria Defries. She was so loved and will be so missed!

A celebration of Donna’s life will be 1:00pm Thursday, August 26th at the A.F. Crow & Son Funeral Home. The family will receive friends from 11:00am until 1:00pm at the funeral home. A.F. Crow is honored to be entrusted with the care of Mrs. Caudle. Please share your condolence with the family at www.crowfuneralhome.com.

All those who wish to honor and remember Donna at the visitation or celebration. The family request that a mask or other appropriate facial covering be worn and practice physical distancing.

For those not able to attend the celebration, the service for Donna will be live streamed 1:00 pm Thursday, August 26th , where family and friends may visit www.facebook.com/crowfuneralhome to participate in the celebration.

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  1. My Darling Sister Donna, I will miss you forever, I will love you forever, Rest In Peace with our family, I don’t want you gone!!

  2. Aunt Donna, you were a shining star and a warm loving light in my life. I will see you again.
    Love you, Debbie

  3. The sun, the sun is going down.
    All I see is love around me.
    You know, what I believe.
    Now I see it so completely.
    I, I need you to know, that time, time is letting go.
    Don’t cry, dry your eyes.
    Can’t you hear the angels calling, me up? Up above?
    Can’t you hear the angels calling me home? Me home?
    (They’re) calling me home.
    Take, take my hand.
    Stay with me, as I surrender.
    We’ve lived a life of happiness.
    You will be in my heart forever.
    I, I need you to know, that time is letting go.
    Don’t cry, dry your eyes.
    Can’t you hear the angels calling, me up? Up above?
    Can’t you hear the angels calling me home? Me home?
    (They’re) calling me home, home.
    Home, home.
    Home, home.
    Don’t cry, dry your eyes.
    Can’t you hear the angels (Hear the angels call) calling me up? Up above?
    Can’t you hear the angels calling?
    Don’t cry, dry your eyes
    Can’t you hear the angels calling me up? Up above?
    Can’t you hear the angels calling me home? Me home?
    Calling me home…
    They’re calling me home.
    I’m going home.

  4. Donna,
    We LOVE ❤️ You !
    Your Smile would light up a room !
    We are gonna miss waving 👋 at you,
    On Sunday mornings.
    Your hugs where the BEST !!
    Rest easy our sweet friend. ❤️❤️❤️
    Always remember our
    TAMMY GROUP !! 💜💜💜💜💜💜💜

  5. I didn’t think on my birthday I’d be watching your services Donna, my sweet friend. It seems like yesterday we were celebrating my 30th! How time flies. What I can say about Donna: I know without a doubt that she loved me. She knew I loved her dearly as well. I smile when I think of her and I know she’s with Jesus, carefree and home. This isn’t our home, Donna finished well!!!! I pray for all that love her 🙏 ❤ that we all grow closer to our Lord and Savior in Heaven, that’s what she wanted for all of us to feel his love. That’s why she was so happy. Ironic to write as I’m in tears. I’m sending all my love to her family and friends. 💋 😘 Donna!!! 🙌

  6. To the ENTIRE family of Donna. So sorry to learn of her passing. As a past greeter @ RLC, I would watch with happy anticipation to see her & Gene come down 31 & turn in the drive, knowing I would be greeted with a joyous laugh/smile. Even in cold weather she would roll down the window for a handshake or a pat on the arm, as Gene would give me a smile of recognition.
    Will be keeping ALL in thoughts and prayers. Rest In Peace sweet Donna.

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