LaDonna Sue McConahay
February 11, 1944 - October 01, 2021
Wednesday, October 06, 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Stroh Church of God
Wednesday, October 06, 2:00 PM
Stroh Church of God
LaDonna Sue McConahay, 77, of Stroh, Indiana, died Friday, October 1, 2021, at Parkview Regional Medical Center in Fort Wayne.
She was born February 11, 1944, in Vest, Kentucky, to Corbet and Sophie (Gibson) Slone.
On June 17, 1961, in Stroh she married Larry McConahay. He preceded her in death March 26, 2013.
Mrs. McConahay retired in 2008 from Prairie Heights Community Schools where she was the food service secretary.
She was a member of the Stroh Church of God.
LaDonna enjoyed crocheting, reading, Bible study, and being with her family and friends.
Surviving are two daughters, Arletta (Jerry) Smith of Angola and Sherry (Kirk) Noll of LaGrange; a son, Timothy McConahay of Hudson; seven grandchildren, Jessica (Justin) Price, Fallon (Mark) Gilbert, Logan McConahay, Amanda ( Aaron Prater) Hasselman, Nicole (Stephanie Fenton) Scott, Brandy (Logan) Hayes, and Kasey (Taylor Bowdish) Noll; 15 great-grandchildren, Reid Hasselman, Sophie Hasselman, Zander Prater, Amaya Prater, Warrick Price, Maverick Price, Finnick Price, Bearick Price, Luke Gilbert, Elijah Gilbert, Raelynn Stanford, Joey Stanford, Ellie Hayes, Grace Hayes, and Colton Hayes; two sisters, Betty (Bill) Tuttle of Hudson and Joeann (Ron) Spade of Angola; and a very special friend, Gary Fisher of Pleasant Lake.
She was also preceded in death by a brother, Don Slone.
Funeral services will be Wednesday, October 6, 2021, at 2 p.m. at the Stroh Church of God with Pastor Joe Clark officiating.
Burial will follow at Lake Bethel Cemetery.
Honorary pallbearers are Hershel Erwin and Phil Wren. Active pallbearers are Justin Price, Mark Gilbert, Logan McConahay, Kasey Noll, Logan Hayes, and Aaron Prater.
Visitation is Wednesday, October 6, 2021, from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the church.
Preferred memorials may be directed to the Stroh Church of God.
Young Family Funeral Home, Hudson-Ashley Chapel, 612 North Main Street, Hudson is assisting the family with arrangements.
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sorry for Your lost PRAYERS for all her family and friends.
BSF for 63 years so many wonderful memories. Donna was a wonderful Christian lady who fought the good fight and won the race, heaven's gain and our loss.
I enjoyed talking with LaDonna at school in the lunch room. Also at grandparents day, then as a great grandma. I was blessed to have many of her grandchildren as their teacher. What a great family. La Donna will be missed by all who knew her. Thoughts and prayers to her family.
We send our love and sincere condolences to your family. Your mom was one of the most precious souls we have ever been privileged to know. Although we celebrate the fact that she now rests in the arms of Jesus, she will be greatly missed.
Such a sweet cousin. Really got to know her in the past few years. Will miss seeing her this winter. God bless you all!
So sorry to lose such a sweet cousin so soon. Our prayers are with you and your family.🙏❤️
Sorry for your loss.
So sorry for your loss! She was precious and will definitely be missed!!! Love you all!
LaDonna’s light shined the brightest of any person I have ever had the pleasure to know. She was a caring gentle soft spoken lady that loved to share her faith with everyone she met. Rest well LaDonna you have earned it .
Love LaDonna. It was a pleasure to be her Pastor for 9 years. Her famous words were “ If the Lord Wills.” The Lord has willed her “home.” Our little dog Sissy loved her as LaDonna was about the only one Sissy would stay with. I’m sure LaDonna is talking Jesus ear off and I mean that in a good way
The family is in our thoughts and prayers.. 💖
Prayers for all the family's, no more pain ,now Donna an Larry are once again together.
Prayers to the family. Many wonderful memories of Donna, heaven gained a good one!!!
We Have Lost A Wonderful Friend, We have Know LaDonna For 40 + Years. She Leaves a Huge Void In Our Church And a Hole In Our Hearts. Loved Her Dearly!! Love & Prayer to the family. Ron and Nan Everidge