Diana Lynn McDonald of Okeechobee Florida  October 16 1960  February 23 2019

Diana Lynn McDonald of Okeechobee Florida October 16 1960 February 23 2019

Diana Lynn McDonald passed away on February 23, 2019. She was born on October 16, 1960, to Edward and Melanie (Morrison) Barnhart. A resident of Okeechobee for over 3 years, she was formerly of Scio, Ohio. Diana enjoyed spending time with her family playing cards and making crafts, socializing with her neighbors. She collected owls and butterfly stuffed animals. She also enjoyed riding motorcycles and camping across the country. She is survived by her son, Donald Kirk McDonald (Kayla), Jr, of Okeechobee; daughters, Kristy McDonald (Amy), of Columbus, Ohio and Kasey Folbrecht (Jon) of Okeechobee, Florida; brothers, Edward Barnhart, Jr (Chris) of Carrollton, Ohio, Stephen Barnhart (Cheryl) of Cadiz, Ohio, sisters, Lisa Barnhart of Cadiz, Ohio, Melanie Whiteman (Andy), of Scio, Ohio; grandchildren, Bryce Thompson Nichole Folbrecht, Kirk McDonald, Jonathan Folbrecht, II, Ashley McDonald, Jachin Folbrecht, Hunter Ford, and Cole McDonald. Diana wished to only have a private memorial service by her children.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Diana Lynn McDonald of Okeechobee Florida October 16 1960 February 23 2019.

Source: Seawinds Funeral Home & Crematory

Death notice for the town of: Okeechobee, state: Florida

death notice Diana Lynn McDonald of Okeechobee Florida October 16 1960 February 23 2019

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