Debbie-Ricks James-Obituary

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Debbie Faye Ricks James

Princeton, West Virginia

Apr 8, 1960 – Nov 19, 2021 (Age 61)

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BORN
April 8, 1960
DIED
November 19, 2021
AGE
61
LOCATION
Princeton, West Virginia

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Seaver Funeral Home and Cremation Service - Princeton Obituary

Debbie Faye Ricks James, 61, of Princeton passed away on Friday, November 19, 2021. Born April 8, 1960, in Princeton she was the daughter of the late Shelvan Dean Ricks. Debbie was a member of Heart of God Ministries in Beckley. In addition to her mother, she was preceded in death by her husband, Louie James; sisters, Connie Ricks, Bonnie Ricks, and Wanda Ricks; one son, Romon Anglin; and the father of her children, Carl Anglin. She is survived by her daughter, Carlita Anglin; five grandchildren, Ramon Anglin, Isiah Anglin, Joy Anglin, Devonte Anglin and Jeremiah Anglin; three great-grandchildren, Kaden Anglin, Isiah Anglin, Jr., and Ava Anglin; niece and nephew, Jasmine Wilborn and Wardell Wilborn, III; aunt and uncles, Wanita Parks, Ricky Cook, and Johnny Cook; cousins, Margaret Ferguson, Robert Ferguson, Emma Neal, Gary Neal, Brenda Brooks, William Ricks, Floyd “Red” Ricks, William Osborne, Starbrille Cooper, Dwight Palmer, Dallas Palmer, Dana Cistrunk, Melonie Palmer, Dwight Palmer, Jr.; many more extended family members, cousins and friends; and a special thanks to her sisters-in-love, Wanda Anglin and Rhonda Gilliard. A funeral service to celebrate Debbie’s life will be held at 2:00 PM on Saturday, December 11, 2021, at Seaver Funeral Home in Princeton with Bishop Fred T. Simms and Bishop Dwight Palmer officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home from 1:00 PM until the service hour on Saturday.

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You will be missed my sweet granny may you rest in peace

I've known Debbie all my life I look at her as a auntie she was a great friend of my mother and family she was kind and loving and good heart it she spoke her mind she was real with herself and others she was fun to be around and funny me and her daughter have been best friends and like sisters since we was young im truly sorry for the loss of this beautiful soul and Debbie is going to be very well miss by me and many others Rest Easy auntie as I called you...

I don’t know Debbie, but I can tell she is so loved and such a precious lady. Prayers for all the family mourning this loss. The community is very saddened by what happened, our heart is broken for you all.

I knew Debbie for years when I lived in Princeton, was a kind and loving friend who would help anyone in need. Will be truly missed.