Donna J. Duvall
                               February 24, 1950 -- January 11, 2020

Donna J. Duvall, 69, of Goshen, died at 8:45 pm, on Saturday,
January 11 at her residence. She was born on February 24, 1950, in
New Castle, to Donald and Lucille (Moran) Butler. On March 25, 1978
she married James Duvall; he died February 20, 2016. Surviving are
daughter, Donielle (Christopher) O'Haver of Goshen; two sons, Tony
Ott of Syracuse, Jason (Kathy) Duvall of Elkhart; ten grandchildren,
Scott Sams, Luke Sams, Christa (Chase Knoblock) O'Haver, Zachary
Ott, Tiffany (Jeff) Damron, Storm (Jonathan) Cartwright, Jason Alex
Duvall, Nikki (Robb) Eastman, Gregory (Kayla) Duvall, Cody Hakala;
five great-grandchildren, Dakota Johnson, McKenzie Damron, Trinity
Duvall, Brandon Duvall, Haley Duvall; sister, Barbara Adamson of
Goshen; three brothers, Ronald (Karen) Butler, Jeff Butler both of
Millersburg, Dustin (Debbie) Butler of Elkhart; fur-grandbabies,
Roscoe and Oreo. She was preceded in death by her husband;
parents; son, James Erick Duvall; granddaughter, Angelecque
Johnson; two brothers, Travis Butler, Timothy Butler. Donna was a
licensed daycare provider for almost 25 years. She was a member of
Goshen Church of God for 32 years. She and her husband were
youth pastors for 10 years. She enjoyed camping, video games,
cooking, going to church and spending time with her loved ones.
She was locally famous for her special homemade recipe for hillbilly
hotdogs. Visitation will be from 3:00 - 5:00 pm and 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Tuesday, January 14 at Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, 1003 South
Main Street, Middlebury. There will also be one hour of visitation
prior to the 10:00 am funeral service on Wednesday, January 15 also
at the funeral home. Services will be conducted by Pastor Justin
Moore. Burial will be in South Mound Cemetery, New Castle.
Memorials may be given to the funeral home to assist the family with
funeral expenses.

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My condolences to the family. You made a huge impact on my
children as they were growing up being one of the Sunday School
teachers. Rest in heaven beautiful. See you later
From: Tina Silcox