December 19, 1942 ~ October 13, 2020

Born in: Atlanta, Georgia
Resided in: Dacula, Georgia

Donna Brock Wall Jones was born on December 19, 1942 and passed away on October 13, 2020. She is preceded in death by her parents, Henry and Lucille Brock, and daughter, Debi. She graduated from Murphy High School in 1960. She married Donald H Wall Sr. in June 1960 and had two children, Donald Jr. (Lori), and Debi. Donna married Billy Jones in April 1980 and gained step-sons Harold Jones (Leslie), Charles Ross (Anita), and the late Howard CS Jones. She has twelve grandchildren, eleven great grandchildren, and one great great grandchild. Donna was a secretary for Stone Mountain United Methodist Church for twelve years, and Spacewall International for another twelve years until she became what she always wanted to be, a housewife. In her spare time, she taught Tap, Jazz, and Ballet, but enjoyed Square Dancing, especially. She was a wonderful wife, daughter, friend, and mother. She was a devout Christian. Her favorite song was “Jesus Loves Me,” and anything from John Denver. She spent five years in a nursing home, where she did not know anyone or anything. In her new home, Heaven, she now knows everything and everyone. A memorial service to honor Donna will be held at Corinth Baptist Church located at 3156 Langley Rd SW, Loganville, GA 30052 on Saturday, October 17, 2020 at 11:00AM. All are welcome to honor Donna and support her loving family.

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Memorial Service: October 17, 2020 11:00 am - October 17, 2020 1:00 pm

Corinth Baptist Church
3156 Langley Rd SW
Loganville, GA 30052


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  1. CandleImageI will so greatly miss my friend! She wasn’t afraid to say what she thought and sometimes we shared our “naughty” thoughts! She loved with her whole being and her smile lit up our souls. What a wonderful day that will be when we are all gathered around the Throne and worship our Lord together! Dance over Heaven, dear lady!

  2. CandleImageAunt Donna was the sweetest most kind hearted person. Our family was so blessed by having her added to our family when she married our Uncle Billy. She truly loved her God and her family.
    She will be missed by many, because she touched so many lives in ways she never knew.
    With living sympathy- Toni Henry

  3. CandleImageAunt Donna will be missed but Heaven has a new Angel. Aunt Donna always had a smile on her face made Uncle Billy laugh. She spoke her mind and was a blessing to have in our family.
    Cindy Hatcher – neice.

  4. CandleImageWe so loved Donna and always loved and enjoyed being around her. Fun times in the Hackney get togethers. I loved getting to know. Love, hugs, and prayers coming your way.
    Richard and Missy

  5. CandleImageWhere to start on memories…so many good ones! She put up with me many times while working at the church…we talked too much. Until she gave me the lead on a job…so instead of following my teaching degree, I followed in her secretarial steps. And a ditto to all the above comments…lover of Jesus and Billy, friend to many …

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