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Donna K. Bruce 68, Oakland City 



Donna K. Bruce 68 of Oakland City, IN joined her heavenly father on Wednesday August 27, 2014 at

home with husband by her side.

She was born on June 24, 1946 in to Homer & Mildred (Street) Corn.

Donna worked at Wirth Hospital for 25 years before retiring to be a full time “Mamaw”.

Donna was a member of McCullough Grove Baptist Church. She deeply loved her family and

enjoyed cooking large family dinners for them. She also loved shopping and traveling.

She was preceded in death by Parents Homer & Mildred Corn Granddaughter Jada Bailey and

Father-in-Law Hobart Bruce.

Surviving by her loving and devoted husband of 51 years: Jerry Bruce.

Sons: Rick (Beth) Bruce of Princeton, IN, Rod (Michelle) Bruce and

Randy Bruce of Oakland City, IN.

Daughter-in-law: Katrina Bruce of Evansville, IN

Grandchildren: Nicki (Faim) Eckert, Ariel (Kody) Bruce, Josh (Kellie) Bruce,

Andrea Wirth, Jerrica Bruce, Samantha McGowan, Makenzie Bruce, and

Madison Bruce, (7) Great Grandchildren

Brothers: Bob (Carol) Corn of Arvada, Colorado and Darrell “Butch”

(Rena) Corn of Oakland City, IN.

Mother-in-law Thelma Bruce of Oakland City, IN.

Brother-in-laws: Jack (Sharon) Bruce of Princeton, IN Jeff (Mary) Bruce of Oakland City, IN.

Sisters-in-laws: Pam Cavett of Oakland City, IN and Patsy (Don) Kring of South Bend, IN

Several nieces and nephews

Traveling buddies and great friends Cliff & Helen Hodgen and shopping partner and

friend Karen Earles.

Services will be Monday September 1, 2014 10:00 AM at McCullough Grove Baptist Church,

with burial in Montgomery Cemetery. Rev. Kenneth Thomas and Rev. Jacob Frantz will be officiating. Visitation will be from 5:00-8:00 P.M. Sunday at Lamb-Basham Memorial Chapel and from

8:00 A.M until services on Monday at Church. The family would like to extend their gratitude to

Dr. E. Steed Jackson and Deaconess VNA Plus Hospice. Family and friends may send messages of

comfort to www.lambbasham.com