Donna Jean Daoud
(nee Baxter) was born on September 30, 1969, in Fort Campbell Kentucky to Donald and Rita Baxter, she was the third child born to this union.
She completed her education in the St. Louis Public School System and after graduation from Riverview Gardens Senior High School in 1988. She went to Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, MO where she majored in Business Art.
Donna had a strong work ethic; she always did more than was required. She worked for the Red Cross in Blood Services and at the time of her illness she was working for AT&T as a Risk Service Manager, she enjoyed her job.
Donna loved her family, husband, and children. She was always ordering gifts for them and decorating the house, which was her way of showing love. Upon the union of Marcellars “MC” and Rita Moore she became the youngest of ten children to seven sisters and two brothers. Donna loving being part of a large family. Donna accepted Christ at a young age, she attended bible study, Sunday school, and church at San Francisco Temple Church of God in Christ.
Donna met the love of her life David and they married on March 10, 2010, it was so sweet they had a church ceremony in Bethlehem January 14, 2012, and then their beautiful and adorable bundle of joy arrived on March 3, 2018, Olivia. Now with a boy and a girl their family felt complete. They loved and adored Brandon and Olivia with all their hearts.
Donna Jean Daoud departed this life on February 9, 2022. She leaves behind to cherish in her loving memory; her loving and devoted husband David, her son Brandon Christopher Chatman and her daughter Olivia Paige Daoud, fathers Donald Baxter and Marcellars Moore, her mother Rita Moore, grandmother Dorothy Matthews, devoted mother-in-law Rhoda David, her sisters Yvette, Yolanda, Gwendolyn, Sharon, Tina, Charlotte and Annette (Steve), brothers Darren and Byron, sisters-in-law Lena and Christina (Walled), brother-in-law Johnny and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews, family and friends. Donna will be missed by all, she was a very giving, loving, and fun person to be around.
Memorials may be made in Donna's name to Susan G. Komen for the Cure
or Five Acres Animal Shelter
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