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In Memory of

Donna Lynn PHILLIPS

August 24, 1964 - May 12, 2017

Obituary


Evangelist Donna Lynn Phillips was born on August 24, 1964 at
Grady Memorial Hospital and was raised in Cabbagetown with
her sisters. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Hubert
Phillips and Julie Crowe; and her sisters, Gail Stanley and Fay
Denney. She had three sons: her eldest son, Christopher, passed
away tragically in 1993.

She ultimately became free from addiction; and for over 13 years
she dedicated her life to God, serving the homeless and needy,
often bringing her grandchildren along. She could always be
found helping her family, friends, and strangers...

Evangelist Donna Lynn Phillips was born on August 24, 1964 at
Grady Memorial Hospital and was raised in Cabbagetown with
her sisters. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Hubert
Phillips and Julie Crowe; and her sisters, Gail Stanley and Fay
Denney. She had three sons: her eldest son, Christopher, passed
away tragically in 1993.

She ultimately became free from addiction; and for over 13 years
she dedicated her life to God, serving the homeless and needy,
often bringing her grandchildren along. She could always be
found helping her family, friends, and strangers in any way, at
any time. Before God called her home, she incessantly prayed for
peace and healing, exuded love and kindness, and planted seeds
of wisdom and truth about God in everyone she could. She led by
example, and she did her best to fulfill God's will. For these
things, she will always be remembered.

Evangelist Phillips is survived by: her two sons, Nicholas (Anna)
Williams and Nathan (Terra) Phillips; her five grandchildren,
Indya Williams, Jayden Williams, Manny Sanchez, Madison
Phillips, and Malakai Gurrola; her two sisters, Jean Ward and
Wanda Pugh; and a host of nieces, nephews, other family, and
many dear friends.

Visitation will be held Wednesday May 17, 2017 3pm until 7:00pm Tara Garden Chapel.
Funeral Services Thursday May 18, 2017 12:00pm Tara Garden Chapel.
Burial Shiloh Primitive Baptist, Loganville, Georgia.