Donna Belle Hrncirik
Donna Belle Hrncirik
May 26, 1943 - May 18, 2021
Donna Belle Devrow Hrncirik, 77, formerly of Seymour, Texas; passed away Tuesday, May 18, 2021, in Abilene, peacefully in her sleep.
Donna was born May 26, 1943 in Jacksboro, Texas to Charlie and Allie Devrow. She was the 5th out of 6 children. She was raised in Jim Town and graduated from Seymour High School.
Soon after graduation she moved to Wichita Falls and later to San Antonio. While there she was blessed with her daughter, DeeAnn. Life brought her back to Seymour in 1971, where she raised her daughter and three step-children.
She worked at Baylor County Courthouse as a Dispatcher, Jailer, and Secretary for the County Judge and County Attorney. She retired in 2000.
1998 brought another change to her life, when as a guest at a Hrncirik-Vita-Ermis Reunion, she was introduced to Victor Hrncirik. Victor and Donna were married in Seymour, June 12, 1999. They spent nearly 22 years together in Abilene, spending many weekends in Seymour. Their years together included travels throughout the United States, Canada and San Juan Islands.
Donna is survived by her loving husband - Victor Hrncirik, daughter - DeeAnn Brady, Stepchildren - Jana Alley Bartley and husband - Jon Bartley, Ronnie Alley and wife Jen Alley, Scott Alley and wife - Belinda Alley. Grandsons - Butch Brady and wife Annie Brady, Cory Clark and 3 great-grandchildren. Donna is also survived by her sister - Margie Wall-Alvarado and husband Daniel Alvarado and brother - Mack Devrow, along with several nieces and nephews
Visitation will be Thursday, May 20th from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at Seymour Memorial Funeral Home, with Funeral being held at Sacred Heart Catholic Church at 10:00 AM on Friday, May 21, 2021.
Contributions in honor of Donna may be made to:
Attn: Jon Hrncirik
P. O. Box 1275
Seymour, Texas 76380
A Better Place
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beyond this world we know.
A place Iíve only heard of
but some day hope to goó
--Itís not on any map.
There are no roads to take me there,
But itís a place of perfect peace
Where hearts are free from care.
And though I understand
Some may be saddened
When I leave.
One day we all will meet again-
Thatís what I believeÖ
When itís time to travel there,
I think Iíll wear a smile
Iíll say good-bye to those I love,
But only for a little while.
Knowing there are others
Who have traveled there alone,
Who cannot wait to greet me
And to whisper ďWelcome Home.Ē
May you find peace in the thought that your loved one is in a better place.