Danna Sue Walters
Danna Sue Walters, 59, passed away July 18, 2010. She was born August 8, 1950. She was preceded in death by her parents, Dan H. Walters and Sue Walters, and her daughter, Suzanne Owens.
Survivors include: two brothers, Dennis Walters (Mary) of Vero Beach, Florida, and Marc Walters (Sherri) of Miami, Florida; two aunts, Anne Worthington of Rochester, Minnesota, and Judith W. Hinkle of Pikeville, Kentucky; one niece, Tracey Watts of Apollo Beach, Florida; one nephew, Shane Walters of Miami, Florida; and a host of family and friends.
Danna earned a BS, OTR degree from the University of Puget Sound, and an MBA from Pepperdine University. Danna’s desire to learn continued throughout her life. Her studies included product design, color theory, mechanical arts, photography, and drawing. She loved all things pertaining to nature. Danna was incredibly talented. She had an eye for the unique, the exquisite, and the beautiful. She had a fabulous sense of style.
She worked for Williams Sonoma for many years as director of operations, buyer for all categories of the Williams Sonoma catalog. Danna was a founding director of the Pottery Barn catalog, which won many national awards. She owned a boutique, Nativo, in Park City for a number of years.
The following quote is befitting of Danna. "The best things in life are the people we love, the places we go, and the memories we make along the way." Danna lived life. She traveled the world and made friends everywhere.
Danna will always be remembered for her sense of style, beautiful smile, wonderful laugh, but most of all for her kindness and open heart. Danna will be missed by her family and friends as she belonged to all of us.
Graveside services were held at 11 o’clock Thursday, July 22, 2010, Walters Cemetery, Walters Road, Pikeville, Kentucky. Pallbearers were George Thornbury, Dan Thornbury, Joe Thornbury, Stephen Walters, John Vandermale, Doug Hinkle, John Worthington and Richard Worthington.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be made to the Appalachian SPCA, P.O. Box 342 Pikeville, Kentucky 41502.
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