We lived right next door to Deanna about 6 years ago and when we heard about the tornado we worried about our old neighborhood but especially Deanna..we knew she would probably be home and hoped she would of made it to the shelter in what used to be our back yard..God needed sweet Deanna it seems and bet she is making quite a few smile ear to ear..my son Alex told me he loved talking to to her when he would go over to play with Jesse her grandson.I will always remember sweet talks we at in the backyard and how she always asked about my health and my husbands..so very sorry to Shelly and her family your brother too!! Praying for all of you..love from Tammie Hughes and Alex Aguila
Deanna must have been a shining star to have raised the children it sounds like she had. You can feel the love through them and the many friends. God Bless all the people of Oklahoma. The Paul family from the OBX of N.C.
Love , hugs, and prayers from your family in Boise Id. My dad , Burl Coursey ,who died in Jan , I am sure has now been reunited with her in Heaven . I know your heart is broken. Please remember that this was part of Gods plan for her and No one could have done anything more to intervene . You held her tight and now you hold her in your heart. Every beat you feel will be her reminder to you that she is still there with you I pray comfort will come. Love to you all Dru Coursey Miller and family
I never met Deanna Ward but I was taken by her picture in an online article I read. Her spirit is in that picture wearing a bright yellow t-shirt with the words Happy, Joyous and Free on the front. She reminded me of my own mother. I can tell by her eyes that she was a wonderful woman and I am saddened by her passing. Her family is in my prayers.
R.I.P. GOD HOLDS YOU IN HIS ARMS NOW
I worked with Deanna at GMH for years she was a great nurse very caring she will be deeply missed. i enjoyed talking to her at walmart when we would run into each other.
Steve, Shelley, Mark, DeRae, Jesse and
Memphis-Our thoughts and prayers are with
you. Deanna was a beautiful and loving person. Couldn't have ask for a more wonderful sister-in-law. She will be missed and in our hears forever. Love you, Wendy and Linda
I worked with Deanna back in the 1980's at Griffin Memorial Hospital. She was a delight to work with. Funny, kind and very good to the patients as well as her co-workers. My deepest sympathies go out to her family. May God comfort you through this extremely difficult time.
Steve and Shelly- My prayers are with you and your family. We are heartbroken. I remember DeAnna when from when Dustin and I were children. I hope your hearts find peace knowing she is in Heaven.
Deanna was a kind and loving lady who always gave her patients an excellent level of care and compassion.
So sorry to hear about your loss. We are lifting your family up in pray.
Although I was not a close friend to Deanna, from the first time I made her acquaintance and the subsequent times after she was always so kind and warm. Happy, joyous, and free she will now be forever!
My husband and I attended church with Deanna and although we had not seen her in some time please know that she will live in our hearts. The last time we saw her she told us that she had Jesus. It brings us comfort and we hope that our sharing that memory of Deanna will bring comfort to her family and friends as well. She was a wonderful woman.
Please accept my Deepest Sympathies
My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Deanna Ward. May God Bless and keep you. R.I.P. Deanna.
Deanna was a warm and loving individual who showed great compassion for others. Her passing is a great loss to all who knew her.
Gary & Debbie Williamson