Dana Lynn Eubank

Dana Lynn Eubank, 58, of Raymore, Mo., passed away peacefully December 20, 2017 surrounded by family and friends.

Dana was born August 26, 1959 in Excelsior Springs, Mo.  She was the daughter of Richard “Dick” Wilson and Gerri (Bennett) Wilson.

She is survived by her father; brother, Jeff; daughter, Alicia; and grandchildren, Blake, Cory Jr. and Ethan.

She is proceeded in death by her dear mother.

Dana’s legacy of love and laughter will endure.  Dana always anxiously awaited her fishing trips to Lake Viking, loved spending time with friends and was totally devoted to her daughter and grandchildren.

Visitation will be from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, January 9, 2017, with Memorial Service at 6:30 p.m. Private family burial.

In lieu of flowers, contribute to your favorite charity.

Our Sincere Condolences

I have only known Dana for maybe 6/7 years. I do know in that time I have seemed to realize she was a very generous person, she always gave to people, I never seen her take. She has made a huge impact in my life and the way I think about people. I will miss playing words with friends with her. I will miss her smile and laugh. Holidays will not be the same without her. I have grown to love that small family as if it was my own. I pray for the family and friends that lost a wonderful woman. I know God has His purpose for everything and some things I will never understand like this, but I do know my God is a mighty God and He must of had big plans for her because she done big things for lots of people while she was here. Saddened and my heart hurts, to even type this is very difficult. She was good to me and just want one more day. I can’t have that and I will never take something as small as calling and telling a loved one u love them for granted. Sorry bout my English and punctuation, I can hardly think or see as tears run down my face. Just know I love you grandpa, Alicia, Blake, Corey and Ethan and will always be one call away and grandpa I know I’m not even close to being able to replace Dana but if u ever wanna give me the privilege of taking u fish I would love to.
“Dear God please walk with her family threw this time of pain and somehow give them peace in Jesus name I pray, amen”.

FYI my mom loved flowers. She loved peace lilies and snap dragons as well as purple roses and carnations. So feel free to give flowers instead of charity donations, which are nice as well. I just know that my mom loved the flowers for years after her mother passed and I would enjoy the same thing. I love u momma. I never got a chance to tell u enough while u were here w me … but I love you up to Jesus and down to the devil millions billions trillions.
Alicia Eubank