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Donald Ray Womble, Jr.

August 5, 1980 - May 4, 2019

Donald Ray Womble, Jr. of Allen, Texas passed away on May 4, 2019 at the age of 38.  He was born on August 5, 1980 to Donald Ray Womble, Sr. and Anna (Sizer) Womble in Dallas, Texas.  Donald attended Canyon Creek Christian Academy in Richardson, Texas, graduating in the class of 2001.  In 2001, he enlisted in the United States Army and proudly served his country for 9 ½ years completing 3 tours of duty in Iraq. Upon his return home, Donald found the love of his life; Marissa and they married on October 29, 2011 in Los Colinas, Texas.  He enjoyed camping, hiking, traveling and joking around.

Donald is survived by his loving wife of 7 years, Marissa Womble of Allen, Texas; sons, Nicholas and Zachary Womble also of Allen, Texas; parents, Donald Sr. and Anna Womble of Richardson, Texas; brother, Raymond Womble of Woodbridge, Virginia; and numerous aunts, uncles and other loving relatives and friends.

A memorial service will be held at 4:00 p.m., Thursday, May 16, 2019 at Highland Park Presbyterian Church, 3821 University Blvd, Dallas, Texas 75205.

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Hey Womble I love you man, I'm so sorry brother, why do all the good ones go. I just heard the news whereever you are I love you brother and I'll always keep you in my heart. I'll never forget you brother you are a hero. Rest in peace my brother.
Anthony Limon, May 12, 2019 From the Misfit Saloon, rest easy.
Revan, May 12, 2019 Don, You ran the good race and fought the good the fight. As your CCCA Classmate and fellow Iraq Veteran, I know that you are good and honorable man who did what had to be done. An Old Soldiers Prayer by Lewis Milleett I have fought when others feared to serve. I have gone where others failed to go. I've lost friends in war and strife, Who valued Duty more than love of life. I have shared the comradeship of pain. I have searched the lands for men that we have lost. I have sons who served this land of liberty, Who would fight to see that other stricken lands are free. I have seen the weak forsake humanity. I have heard the traitors praise our enemy. I've seen challenged men become even bolder, I've seen the Duty, Honor, Sacrifice of the Soldier. Now I understand the meaning of our lives, The loss of comrades not so very long ago. So to you who have answered duties siren call, May God bless you my son, may God bless you all. Lewis Millett Rest in Peace, Don. Your service to God and Country is complete. We'll take it from here Matthew McCord, May 11, 2019 Don, You are so deeply missed and loved by so many. You were compassionate, caring, loving and so much more. You had such a passion for our country and I thank you for your service! Well done, soldier. No "good byes " but see you soon. We, as in your classmates, friends, family and your fellow military brothers and sisters, will never forget you and will make sure your wife and children are taken care of. We'll make sure your memory will always be and that your boys will never forget their daddy. Love and miss you dearly. Jessica, May 11, 2019