while sad to hear of her passing, will look back on the smile she always had and recall her very full life...rest easy
I worked with Debra the entire time she was at the Tax Office. She made it not seem like work. I was at the service today and Ron nailed it,we were like family there. She often talked about her true family. She had so much love and admiration for them. She was always telling stories about her grandchildren whom she adored so much. I remember the story of fixing cream corn for the boys and one of them telling her they didn't like it that way. They said they wanted it on the bone. We laughed. She loved to have a good time. She will be truly missed. Skye, I know what you said today filled her heart. She loved you so much.
Cheryl Waltman (Conroe, TX)
Debra, today we will celebrate your life, and try to be supprt foe your family in any way we can. Just by looking at all of the posts you have you were loved by so many. Including my self as I have told Skye when I think of you In remember the Debra lying in the pool whith a book, beautiful long brown hair always curled, and just beautiful. Your sense of humor, and being a strong single mother is definetly something to be admired. I know you are happy and healthy in your heavenly body, but on earth you will be truly missed. Love you
My prayers for Debra's family at this sad time. May God Bless and keep You Luke Tusing,Jr.