“I am now at 7-1/2 years no smoking and Deb, your story was an important part of how I've done it. You had a phenomenal affect on so many people's lives and there will many more that will find your story an inspiration and/or motivation. You're a true angel, Deb; there's simply no doubt about why you walked amongst us. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
“August 2, 2008 I quit cigarettes, thanks to the grace of God and you Deb. I even have a picture of you on my bulletin board! Have revisited your website countless times. Gone but never forgotten for your gift to so many. God Bless you Debbie!
“Thank you, Deb. Still quit since August 5, 2007, and your journey on WhyQuit.com kept me from ever picking up a cigarette during that first year of cravings. God Bless You.
“getting close to 4 years deb sure miss you, countless souls have been quit and its because you shared gone but never forgotten debbie scott
“Yesterday, 2/28 was 27 months that I've been cigarette-free! When people ask why this time quitting has been different I always bring up Deb's online journal as the primary reason! I'm doing it-thank you for that push that I needed!!
“I had tried to quit many times before and always failed. I figured I had time, after all, I'm only 38. I was literally on my way out the door to buy more cigarettes and end my latest quit attempt when I stumbled across Deb's story. I sat transfixed and read every word, stunned and saddened. I never went to get that pack of cigarettes and now am enjoying a successful quit. Sometimes it is challenging but when I feel like giving in I think about Deb. She has truly saved my life and for...
“Deb,After 42 years of smoking,I didn't think I could ever quit.It became such a part of me but then....Your story touched my soul and I found the strength I needed through YOU. God BLESS YOU you are my HERO !!!
“Deb, I hope you realize how many lives you have saved by sharing your story. You have touched so many hearts and helped give second chances to many many people. You are amazing! Rest in Peace beautiful angel.
“Thanks to Deb and her family for sharing their personal story. I read the whole diary tonight and you went from a total stranger to a dear friend by the end. I cried, praised and thank you for your thoughtfulness to tell others their future if they don't stop now. My mother died of lung cancer at 69, she chose no treatments at all. From time of diagnoses till death took approx. one year. I never knew the path of treatments so, your story is so eye opening and important for people to see. ...
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Deborah Scott passed away in Spring Lake, North Carolina. Obit is featured in Fayetteville Observer.