Donna Lou Compton

October 20, 1958, April 06, 2019

Donna Compton

Donna Lou Sibert Compton waded from her earthly home and dove into her heavenly home, on Saturday, April 6, 2019. Donna was a long-time resident of Wildwood, Texas, where she was Chief of Security, later moving to Houston, Texas.

Donna is survived by her daughters; Amanda Kerley and her husband, Chad, and their two sons, Ewan and Callum; Audrey Miller and her husband, Jason, and their three children, Aiden, Brooklyn, and Abigail; Jeff DuBose and his wife, Christina, and his three children, Stephen, Leia, and Asher; longtime companion, Kenneth (KE) DuBose; brothers, Jim Sibert and his wife, Jan; Scott Sibert and his wife, Minka; along with many nieces and nephews.

She is preceded in death by her parents, James and Lou Sibert; sister, Marsha Sibert Woods; and grandmother, Vinnie Hayes.

Donna’s love of the beach lead her to spend her final days there surrounded by her family. A memorial service will be held at the beach at 10:00 a.m., Friday, April 12, 2019, at The Reserve, 732 Highway 87, Gilchrist, Texas, under the direction of Broussard’s, 134 West Buccaneer, Drive, Winnie. Please join us in a celebration of life memorial for, “The Good One,” as she often referred to herself. 

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Wildwood/Village Mills Methodist Church, 5943 FM Road 3063 (P.O. Box 332) Village Mills, Texas 77663; Wildwood Baptist Church, 100 Wildwood Drive (P.O. Box 729) Village Mills, Texas 77663; or to an organization of your choice in Donna’s name.

The family thanks you for your love and support during this difficult time. Donna was a force that will never be forgotten, and we ask that any stories you feel compelled to share be shared here.

Interment
Broussard's Crematorium
5150 Stivers Street Beaumont, TX 77705

Comments (5)

  • Janis Holcomb Rice

    15 April 2019 at 21:37 | #

    I too went to elementary and junior high school with Donna. I saw her picture and was drawn to it, not realizing who it was. and was saddened to realize it was Donna Sibert. What a beautiful lady! I remember her always smiling and her outgoing personality as a child. Prayers and thoughts to her children and family.

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  • Carrie Bishop

    15 April 2019 at 19:40 | #

    Donna and I became best friends in 1966. I spent more time at her house than my own, having so much fun with her and Marsha. I spent summers with her at the beach, burning up the roads in first the Cushman and then the Beetle convertible beach buggy her Dad made for her. She was one of the biggest influences in my life. My love of the beach, DQ Cokes with extra ice, Doritos and dip..... I could go on and on. She has just stuck with me all these years, even though we hadn’t seen each other in years. She was just that special of a person. She will always have a piece of my heart. My deepest condolences to her daughters and family. She will be missed.

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  • Kathy Lanclos Tallarita

    15 April 2019 at 00:10 | #

    Donna and I we’re friends in middle school. I can remember she would go to her grandmothers house for lunch everyday and she would ask me over every once in a while. I thought I was so lucky to have her as a friend. We had great sleep overs and we had school crushes in the same guy. Great memories. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

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  • Sherry Garrett

    11 April 2019 at 02:06 | #

    Warden Sibert and Jan,
    We all are extremely sorry for the loss of your sister. May God bless you in your time of sorrow. We miss you.

    Cpl Garrett and the staff of Jefferson County Downtown Jail (CSC)

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  • Christina Wright

    10 April 2019 at 21:43 | #

    RIP Donna.

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