Donald Heston Alana

September 17, 1933 - September 5, 2022
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Acton Baptist Church.
3500 Fall Creek Highway
Granbury, TX 76049
Saturday 9/17, 1:00 pm
Acton Baptist Church.
3500 Fall Creek Highway
Granbury, TX 76049
Saturday 9/17, 2:00 pm

Donald Heston Alana was born in Philadelphia, PA on September 17, 1933, and passed away on September 5, 2022, in Granbury, TX.  Don spent most of his early life in and around Detroit, MI. As an early teen, he came to Texas with his family and changed schools frequently as his father moved the familyContinue Reading

Alan Hicks left a message on September 17, 2022:
Mr Alana taught me (class of 90) and my wife Marie (class of 88) history. He was one of our favorite teachers. He had a sense of humor like none other. We pray for peace and comfort for the Alana family RIP Mr Alana.
Todd Solomon left a message on September 17, 2022:
We knew him first as “coach” Alana at granbury high school. He had a gentle way about him as a coach except when doing speed weight lifting😶. He was always friendly and helpful to all the students. He had 2 great kids in John and Kelly as well as a super sharp wife in Nancy. My love and best wishes to you all.
Jasper Wilson left a message on September 9, 2022:
Hello Alana Family: I hope and pray that you can find peace and comfort during this difficult time. I am so sorry you and your loved ones are going through this. John, our thoughts, and prayers are with you during this time. Please accept my sincerest condolences. -Jasper Wilson
Connie Alana left a message on September 8, 2022:
My brother In law Don jumped into the role of big brother so many times especially with the help of my sister In law Nancy. We lived near Houston and so did Don's brother Norman and our families which were many. They took us all in when we escaped a tornado heading our way. They took us in feed and cared for us even my baby Charlie at the time gave us John's crib to use Nancy was so resourceful see used a marked to help us keep track of our glasses and cups! They were there when it most counted even coming to Galveston to see us wheny husband Already was in the middle stages of Alzheimer's That was the last time we seen each other Don was on a wheel chair even then but Nancy diligently pushed h so all could have fun! God has certainly blessed us through them🙏❤️
Wiley Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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