Donald Pritchett
Donald George Pritchett ( "Dada") passed away January 16, 2021. Though his family mourns his passing, We are comforted knowing he is home with the Lord. Donny was born December 8, 1943 in Dallas to J.C. Pritchett and Hazel Kennedy. He is preceeded in death by his parents, Hazel Kennedy and J.C Pritchett and two sisters Edna Davis and Barbara Martin. He is survived by his by his wife of 49 years , Georganna Pritchett, his daughters Joanna Lewis and partner Leslie Leppard and Julie Regalado and husband Christopher Regalado and his three grandsons Christian, Jake and Joe who were his whole world. His brothers' James Pritchett and wife Dorothy Pritchett, Thomas Pritchett and wife Candy Pritchett, his sisters Patricia Elliot and Betty Cardwell and many nieces and nephews. Donny grew up in Oak Cliff and attended Kimball High School before joining the US Airforce serving in Vietnam. He later began work at D&W Auto Supply and stayed there for 35 years until retirement. Donny loved GOD, Country and Family and found true joy in helping others, spending time with his family and going to his grandsons baseball and football games. He embodied the Christian spirt of love and putting others before his self. Viewing is from 1:00pm -2:00 pm with service immediately following at 2:00pm on Saturday January 23rd at Wade Family Funeral Home in Arlington, Tx. The service will also be live streamed on the Wade Family Funeral Home website. In Lieu of flowers, family requests considering memorials be made to Donny's favorite charities : St Jude Hospital, Shriners Children's Hospital , Unicef, or Make a Wish Foundation. Wade Family Funeral Home & Crematory 817-274-9233

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  1. I am Larry Pritchett the son of Charles and Dorothy Pritchett. I knew Donald as Beau. My dad always used to take me to the auto parts store. Beau was always nice and seemed like a really happy guy. I always like that about him, the fact he wasn’t grumpy to me. I was pretty young but Beau would always give me stickers for my bike to make it look cool. He was save them for me behind the counter and then pretend he had to look for them when I came in. He always knew what I would be asking for. Thoughts and prayers for he and his family. He was a good Texan.

  2. I am so thankful that I had him in my life for 40 plus years. He will be missed greatly. I love you Papa P!

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