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Donald E. Wooten

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Donald E. Wooten, age 70, passed away early Wednesday morning on August 27, 2014, at Rideout Hospital, with family by his side.

He was born a twin on June 5, 1944, in Yuba City, CA. He lived in the Yuba-Sutter area most of his life.

Donald is survived by his daughters, Lisa Dusa (Michael) of Elk Grove, and Dawn Pedicord of Rocklin; grandsons, Austin and Jack Dusa, and Andrew Pedicord; mother, Jessie Wooten of Linda; twin brother, Ronald Wooten (Beverly) of Marysville; sisters, Elizabeth Mitchell (Ralph) of Olivehurst, and Bonnie Brown of Apple Valley; and numerous nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his father, Glenn Wooten; brother, Wilbur Wooten; and nephews, Charles Wooten and Ralph Mitchell.

Donald was a graduate of Marysville High School and Yuba College. He participated in many sports throughout his school years. Following high school, he served in the United States Army with his twin brother, Ronald. Together, they were stationed in France and Germany for three years of their service. Throughout his life, he owned several different truck and tractor parts businesses. He also spent time working in his brother's family business, the Cigar Box. In later years, he managed property rentals.

During his life, he enjoyed fishing trips, vacationing in Puerto Vallarta, and spending time with friends and family. He loved to visit with his brother Ronald and the gang at the Cigar Box.

Donald was a loving father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, and friend. He was a generous person with a big heart and was loved by many. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Services will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 13, 2014, at Hallwood Community Church of the Nazarene, 2825 Hwy 20 Marysville, CA. Donations may be made to the COPD Foundation at copdfoundation.org.

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Published in Appeal Democrat from Sept. 4 to Sept. 7, 2014
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