Lois Ann Donaldson
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Lois Ann Donaldson , Age: 78
January 30, 1940 -- March 13, 2018

Lois A. Donaldson, 78, of Kansas City, Kansas, passed away March 13, 2018. A Celebration of Life Service will be held Saturday, March 17, 2018, at 4 p.m. at Westside Speedway Church, 3001 North 115th Street, Kansas City, Kansas. Private inurnment will be at Leavenworth National Cemetery.

Lois was born January 30, 1940 in Kansas City, KS; the daughter of Everett W. and Gertrude F. (Curtis) Belt. Lois married William A. Donaldson, Sr., on July 7, 1956, and they have three children, Lisa Lea Hartzfeld, Cindy L. Woodall, and William A. Donaldson, Jr.; along with sister-in-law Elizabeth Ann Harrison.

She is preceded in death by her parents Everett and Gertrude Belt, and her brother William Belt. She is survived by her husband of 62 years, William A. “Bill” Donaldson; their children Lisa and Richard Hartzfeld, Cindy and Robert Woodall, and William “Bill” and Gaila Donaldson. Grandchildren Sarah and Rodney Gibson, Joseph and Jen Hartzfeld, B.J. and Beth Donaldson, Jacob and Tiffany Williams, James and Rachille Hartzfeld, Shane Donaldson and Chelsea Kasefang, Ethan Donaldson and Samantha Robertson, Alexandria Donaldson, Brandon Donaldson and Abigail Woodall. As well as great-grandchildren: Briana, Keagan, Grady, Liam, Maddox, Gretchen, Trinity, Dane, Brock, Knox and Ava Kate.

Lois is known for her kindness and generosity, her devotion to her husband, love of quilting, and enjoyment of her great- and grandchildren.

Additional Service: Celebration of Life
Location: Westside Speedway Church
Address: 3001 N. 115th Street
City: Kansas City
State: KS
Zip Code: 66109
Date: March 17, 2018
Time: 04:00 PM
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Billie Leonard March 17, 2018

Friend Kansas City , Kansas

She was an amazing woman. She took me to my first beach, gave me my first car and when I was there, she treated me like family. Im am so sorry for your loss.