Deborah Witt

Albemarle, North Carolina

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I knew Debbie from USC law school; she was a wonderful, bright, warm, fun woman. I am so sorry to hear of her passing. Condolences to her family.

My first cousin, Marion Blankenship, told me about Debbie. Debbie was a really little girl in Mason, TN when my sister, Louise, and I walked to their house for piano lessons. Her father, Bill, was one of Daddy's (F. B. Williamson, Jr.) first cousins. Please accept my sincerest condolences.
With love,
Lee Williamson Hood

I will always keep Debbie's number in my cell phone. She was a brilliant strong woman, a staunch patriot, a protector of freedom and personal rights, and a woman who fiercely loved her children.Her pride in them knew no bounds. I once told her I could tell she and her husband really loved each other and she replied with that nod of hers, "My husband is a saint." She said,'sweetness is highly over rated as a personal characteristic'. One of her favorite quotes, always said with a...

Debbie was a wonderful mother and so kind, loving and generous in her interactions with her children's friends. You could not ask for a finer teacher for your children. She was a light in the life of anyone who knew her. My son, a friend of the family, absolutely adored her. She faced her cancer head on, like she faced any other obstacle in her life. God bless her family.

My condolences to Ralph and children. You were all missed when you left Columbia. Debbie had a way of making people around her either laugh or move out of her way when she was on a tear about something. She cared deeply for her family and friends, and will be missed once again.


Deborah's Obituary

Deborah Witt passed away in Albemarle, North Carolina. Funeral Home Services for Deborah are being provided by Hartsell Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in Concord & Kannapolis Independent Tribune on October 25, 2012.