On October 4, 2021, Debra (Kent) Ramsour was called home after her hard-fought battle with Alzheimer's disease. She passed peacefully at her home surrounded by the love of her family. She was born Debra Lee Kent in Malta, Montana on August 23, 1956, to John George Kent and Mary Helen Muth. She leaves behind her mother, Mary Richter; husband, John Ramsour; daughter, Chyenne (Jon) Ueland; grandchildren, Luke, Cooper, Lucy, and Porter Ueland; son, Cole Ramsour; granddaughter, Caylee Ramsour; daughters, Casey Ramsour, and Ciera (Trevor) Sutton; grandson, Beauregard Sutton; four siblings, Kelly Kent, Kathlean Kent, Susie Dohman, and Alicia Hall; 13 nieces and nephews; and 15 great-nieces and nephews. From a young age, Debra had a passion for fashion and cosmetology. She attended cosmetology school and went on to own a successful full-service beauty shop in her hometown of Castle Rock, Colorado. In July of 1983, she married her long-time crush, John Ramsour, in Castle Rock. Debra closed her beauty shop to stay home and raise their 4 children while John pursued a career in highway contracting. In the summer of 1991, John and Debra moved their family to Canon City, Colorado. With this move, Debra re-ignited her love for horses, more specifically the paint horse breed. She toured the country with her daughter, Ciera, showing paint horses and she loved every minute of her time in the horse world. Debra also took great pride in her flower gardens, sewing beautiful dresses and show clothes, perfecting family recipes, and eventually being the best Glama that her six grandchildren could ever hope for. Regretfully Debra was called home too soon and we will forever miss her terribly. However, we are thankful for the years of memories and time in which she touched all of our hearts on earth. The family invites you to attend funeral services on Wednesday, October 20, 2021, at 11 a.m. at Saint Francis of Assisi: 2746 Fifth Street, Castle Rock, Colorado. The family will be having a private burial at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The Alzheimer's Association
. Online condolences at holtfamilyfuneralhomes.com.
Published by The Canon City Daily Record on Oct. 18, 2021.