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Donna Denise Marshall

Tyler, Texas

May 29, 1964 – Oct 15, 2021 (Age 57)


May 29, 1964
October 15, 2021
Tyler, Texas


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Burks-Walker-Tippit Funeral Directors - Tyler Obituary

We will be gathering to share some our favorite memories, our stories, to laugh, to cry and remember a wonderful person who will be greatly missed. A celebration of life for Donna Denise Marshall age 57, of Gun Barrel City, TX will be held on Sunday, November 7th, at 2pm at 206 E Cedar Creek Pkwy, Seven Points, TX 75143.

Donna Denise Marshall, known to most as Neisy was called home by our Heavenly Father on Friday, October 15, 2021 at UT Tyler Hospital surrounded by her children, sister and father.

Donna Denise McClung-Marshall was born May 29th, 1964 in Dallas, TX to Connie McClung and LJ McClung.

Donna Marshall “Neisy” was a loving daughter, mother, nene and sister. Her family was her number one priority and she was theirs. Neisy never met a stranger and would light up a room wherever she went.

Neisy is remembered by her daughters as not only a loving mother but a best friend. Her grandchildren who know her as Nene remember her as a fun, loving sometimes crazy Nene who enjoyed taking them on trips to the park, corn dog days at Sonic, slurpee days, back road driving lessons and so many more fun adventures. Neisy was one of the biggest animal lovers. She loved her fur babies and spoiled them when she could. They would make regular trips to McDonald’s for nuggets. Neisy enjoyed trips to the beach and cruises with her sister. She also enjoyed bingo nights with family and friends. Neisy was always willing to help others, she would freely offer her home to friends and family in need. Neisy will be missed by many but leaves behind so much love.

Donna was preceded in death by her mother Connie Lee McClung

Donna is survived by her father LJ McClung and wife Beverly McClung, sister Sherry McClung and husband Scott Feltman, children Jennifer Marshall and husband Eric Gray, LaDonna Marshall and husband Jeremy Garcia, Chelsea Marshall and husband Joe Jaramillo. Grandchildren Dillon Gray, Braden Gray, Eric Gray Jr, Jeremy Garcia Jr, Brianna Garcia, Joe Jaramillo Jr and Jayce Jaramillo. Along with several uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces and nephews.


I still see your face before me

Your voice I long to hear..

I miss and love you dearly,

God knows, I wish, you were here.


Tears fall freely from my eyes,

Like a river, filled with grief.


My only comfort now, is that

From pain, you’ve found relief.


Missing You

Jenny, LaDonna & Chelsea






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Sister it’s only been a short time since your passing and I’m still in shock. I love and miss you so much. I know you and mom are in such a better beautiful place but it still stuns me that you are gone. No more pain sister. I love you a d I’ll finish our bucket list for us.

I love you sister and I’m going to miss you dearly. We always had the best times together. We answered each other’s sentences and was always thinking the same thing. I got home today after your beautiful memorial and wanted to call you. I’m heartbroken sister but I know you are where you belong. The Lord has you now and you have to suffer no more. Tell mom and everyone I said hi and I love y’all so much.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Neisy had the best laugh of anyone I’ve known in my lifetime. When I was young I so looked up to her and thought she was so awesome. I haven’t seen her in many years, but wished I could take that back and have been closer to her in my older years. I feel that Neisy was a wonderful person. I was truly heartbroken to hear of her passing.

It’s still hard to believe Donna is gone. I know she is missed by all. My prayers and condolences to her family and friends.

RIP Beautiful! See ya soon..

My prayers are with the family! I know she will be greatly missed!❤

May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.

Neisy was a beautiful person, inside and out. I always enjoyed spending time with her, our talks and her laughit was contagious. She loved her children and grandchildren fiercely, and she will be missed always. It was a privilege knowing Neisy and being part of the family!