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Donna Casias

Sep. 4, 1933 - Nov. 3, 2017

Date of Service: Nov. 8, 2017

Donna Casias, our beautiful mother, went to live with our Lord and Savior on November 3, 2017. Donna was born in Weiser, Idaho on September 4, 1933 to Raymond & Daisy Widner. She grew up in Midvale, Idaho. Donna married Ed Wiggins in 1951. They had two sons Michael and John. Ed later passed away in an accident. Donna married Dale Loveland in 1957 making their home in Rupert. They had a daughter Jana. Dale and Donna were later divorced. Donna married Max Casias in 1991. Max passed away in 1995. The Lord was very evident in Donna's life being a lifetime member of the Church of Christ.

Donna enjoyed being with her family and friends and church family. Donna is survived by her children: Michael Wiggins of Heyburn: John (Laverne) Wiggins of Rupert and Jana Walters of Rupert; 10 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren with two on the way: 1 great great granddaughter. Donna was very close to her loving sister Joyce (Don) Urry of Salt Lake City, Utah along with her nieces and nephews. Donna will be greatly missed by all her family and friends. In lieu of flowers, please send Memorials to the Central Church of Christ P. O. Box 472 Rupert, Idaho 83350.

In accordance to Donna’s wished a private family graveside service will be held on Wednesday, September 8, 2017. Arrangements are under the direction of Joel Heward Hansen Mortuary.

Condolences for Donna Casias

From Ronald and Faye Patten:
Dear John,Michael, and Jana.Ron and I loved your mother so very much and her love for God was a strong part of her Christian living.She and I had so much fun together in my little store at Paul she was a blessing to all of us.She is at peace and at rest with God.God Bless we love you all.
From Silbano and Olga Garcia:
Dear John, Jana, and Michael,

May the Spirit of the Most High God comfort you and all of your precious family with peace, joy, and love during this time. Olga and I will truly miss your mother. Donna was our dear friend and sister in Christ. She was a great supporter of our ministry. It was rare that she ever missed a church service. Sister Donna Casias was a loyal and faithful child of God. Her love and friendship comforted us through many trials and tribulations. She was a wonderful Christian who loved people and cared for every member of Christ's church. It was a joy and a great blessing to have known your mother. She was like a mother to me. Olga and I will miss her, but we will all see her again in heaven. Stay faithful to the Lord as you mother did, and stay strong in the Lord and in the power of His might. Jesus loves you, and we love you too.
From Charles Bohlen:
Jana, Michael, John, and family. We are so sorry that you mother has passed. She was a wonderful women and we cherish the moments we shared with her. She brightened every room she entered. God bless you during this difficult time. We love you guys. Chuck and Kay
From Charles Bohlen:
Jana, Michael, John, and family. We are so sorry that you mother has passed. She was a wonderful women and we cherish the moments we shared with her. She brightened every room she entered. God bless you during this difficult time. We love you guys. Chuck and Kay
From Nonnie Osterhout Johnston:
Dear Mike and John and families. I am so sorry to hear that your Mom has returned home to be with Jesus and Heavenly Father. Prayers and hugs. With my deepest sympathy. Nonnie and Paul Johnston
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