Donna Sue Trogdon, age 84 of Ozark, Missouri passed away peacefully, Thursday, April 15, 2021 in her home. She was born June 29, 1936 in Ava, Missouri the daughter of Charlie V. and Beatrice (Fletcher) Herrell. On August 20, 1954 she was united in marriage to Jimmy Trogdon, who preceded her in death on February 18, 2003.
Donna Sue began her working career as a bookkeeper for Springfield City Utilities and worked for various companies until she found her true calling as an artist. Her talent with ceramics lead her to own and operate her successful business titled House Of Greenware. Everyday for approximately 30 years she enjoyed working and creating beautiful ceramics. In her spare time, Donna Sue enjoyed being a devoted wife, caring Mom and loving Grandmother. Showing her love for family was a favorite time for her to share her giving and caring qualities. She was loved and will be sadly missed but will live on forever in the hearts of her family and friends.
Donna Sue is survived by her two sons Chris Trogdon and Greg Trogdon; four siblings Linda Moore and husband Jim, Peg McLerran and husband Bill, Clair Graham and husband Bob and Charlie Ray Herrell; four grandchildren Gavin, Downey, Destiny and Leo; three great-grandchildren and other caring relatives. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents, a daughter Cheryl Gosse and a son Gary Alan Trogdon on October 30, 2010.
Family viewing will be 10:00 A.M. Monday, April 19, 2021 in Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark, Missouri. Burial will follow at Noon in Clear Creek Cemetery, Greene County, Springfield, Missouri. Online condolences may be shared at wwwbarnesfamilyfunerals.com.
Effective October 21, 2020 through April 30, 2021 the City of Ozark, Missouri issued a mask ordinance. A requirement to wear face coverings when in public, for the purpose of preventing or limiting the spread of COVID-19. Barnes Funeral Home is following the ordinance and recommend social distance guidelines. The family and staff thank you in advance, for your understanding during these difficult times.