January 3, 1954 - September 25, 2019
Donna Barbour of North Augusta passed on Wednesday morning after a multi year battle with colon cancer. The final days of Donna's life occurred peacefully in her home and in the comforting presence of her sister, family, and friends.
Donna moved to Augusta from Miami Florida in 2004 and spent 15 years serving the residents of the Augusta area as a realtor. Thirteen of these years were with Meybohm Realtors where Donna built friendships with customers and colleagues, many of whom remained friends throughout the remaining course of her life.
Among her many accomplishments, Donna will be most remembered for her selfless service and generosity to others. Especially towards her clients, friends, and family.
Donna is survived by her children John and Michael, her grandchildren McKenna, Hayes, and Emory, and her sister Diana.
A celebration of Donna’s life will be hosted at Arlington Burial and Cremation, this Tuesday October 1, 2019 from 10:00am to 12:00pm.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Donna's name may be made to the Lydia Project, 1369 Interstate Parkway, Augusta, GA, 30909, or to the Muslim Community Services of Augusta, 120 Davant Road, Augusta, GA 30907.
Online condolences may be expressed at www.arlingtonfuneral.com
Arlington Burial & Cremation, 1220 George C. Wilson Drive Suite C, Augusta, GA 30909. (762) 994-0311.
I met Donna in 2006 while working at the Meybohm South Augusta Office. No matter what was going on in her life she was always smiling. Her true spirit of love, courage, and friendship will remain with so many that knew her. I am one of those lucky ones. My prayers to all.Santalee Jernigan - October 1 at 8:26 AM
I met Donna in 2006 while working at the Meybohm South Augusta Office. No matter what was going on in her life she was always smiling. Her true spirit of love, courage, and friendship will remain with so many that knew her. I am one of those lucky ones. My prayers to all.Santalee Jernigan - October 1 at 8:20 AM
I worked at the Wheeler Road Meybohm office before retiring the end of 2018. My office was on the third floor directly in front of the elevator, and I have fond remembrances of Donna getting off the elevator with that sweet smile that brightened the whole place. She always came in my office and we would have a nice chat. I treasure these memories. She was a sweet soul, a selfless person. My prayers are with all her family and loved ones.Dolly Swilley - October 1 at 4:14 AM
Donna was a wonderful friend. I will certainly miss my friend. I pray for her sister, sons and grandchildren.Dan Padgette - September 29 at 7:50 AM