Donna Sue Ehrlich


Donna was born on November 21, 1953 in Mooreland, Oklahoma to the parents of William and Lula May Lanham. She passed away on August 26, 2019 in Stillwater, OK. Left to mourn her passing are her mother, Lula May Lanham; sisters Teresa Clanton, Edwina Zumwalt, Cindy Farrar and Lisha Thompson; brothers William Lanham Jr. and A. Dale Lanham; her children Shelly Cosgrave, Connie Campbell, Tara White, Shane Ballard and Travis Ballard; many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband Elmen Leroy "Sonny" Ehrlich; father, William Lanham; brother, Sammy Lanham; half sister, Pamela Sims; and 3 grandsons, Jacob Ballard-Campbell, Joshua Briscoe and Ezekial Ballard. The family will have a private burial.
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Published on August 29, 2019
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Carolyn Hamilton
Sep 03, 2019
Thoughts, and prayers for all . Donna was a very good friend to me.
Kimberly Sims
Sep 02, 2019
I wish I could turn the clock back and spend time with Aunt Donna. I remember all the times we got to see each other. I love you and miss you dearly. Growing up with her in my life was so great!
Saundra (Semmel) Wilson
Sep 01, 2019
My earliest memory was when I spent the night one night while she was still at home at the old house on the corner. She started teasing her mother about her middle name and Edwina and Teresa chimed in. It was a hilarious time. It was a good memory of laughter, a family, childhood of the neighborhood friends I will never forget. One of many good times. Goodbye sweet friend. I’ll see you again.
Evelyn Holt
Aug 31, 2019
My sympathy to all the family and friends. I have so many fond memories of our times together and seeing Donna grow up. Happy for Donna that her pain has ended. But she will be missed and remembered fondly.
Ansel A Austin Jr.
Aug 30, 2019
My deepest condolences for the entire family. I wish I could be there.
Love and miss you all Joey 😑🙏🙏