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Donna Kay Minter Ufen

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Donna Kay Minter Ufen, age 65, of Magnolia passed away Tuesday, June 11, 2019 in Winfield Nursing Center.   Donna was born September 28, 1954 in Crockett to Bobby Jack Minter and Kathryn Gallant Minter. She graduated from Crockett High School, and received a bachelor’s degree from Sam Houston State University in 1977. Donna worked as an accountant for Anadarko Petroleum for many years.

Donna is survived by her father, Bobby Jack Minter of Crockett; step-children, Aubree Jehnke and husband, Peter of Spring; Beau Ufen from San Francisco; step-grandchildren, Kaela and Emily; brother, Roger Minter of Tyler; sister-in-law, Tracy Minter of Crockett; nieces, Shannon Young and husband Mark of Fort Worth, Cassie Minter of Crockett, Clara Minter of Tyler; nephews, Matthew Minter and wife Tracy of Houston, Caleb Minter of Tyler; great nieces and great nephews, Cooper, Emerson, Macky, Maddie, Myka, Sage; numerous other loving relatives and friends.

She is preceded in death by husband, Joe Ufen; mother, Kathryn Minter; and brother, Bobby Minter.

Memorial services for Donna Kay Minter Ufen will be held 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 18, 2019 in Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel with Rev. John Goss, officiating with Patricia Minter Lucas and Brenda Owens, speaking. Online condolences may be left at www.callawayallee.com.

CALLAWAY-ALLEE FUNERAL HOME

3 Comments
  1. Mr. Minter, I am so sorry to hear about Donna. I remember many special times together while growing up.

    Thank you for always making me welcome, and for being a great example of a loving Christian family.

    Praying for your peace and comfort.

    Blessings,
    Jeanie (Farek) Maynard

  2. I’m so sorry for the passing of your loved one. Hope you find comfort in knowing she’s with her brother and other loved ones that we all will get to see one day my sincere condolence

  3. First met the Minter’s when we moved across the street about 55yrs ago.Always there in time of need and stand-up Christians all the way.Donna was sweet as sweet can be with just the right amount of sass. Liked to enjoy the fruits of her labor and never bothered anyone when she did.These past 5 months we had re-newed our friendship. Sitting up there gossiping about all of Crockett and going to smoke break! I already miss her dearly. God speed Donna, God’s speed!

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