1952 Deborah 2022

Deborah Diane Davis

March 31, 1952 — May 10, 2022

Deborah Diane Davis.

Deborah was born March 31, 1952 in Anderson Indiana. She passed on May 10, 2022. She was 70 years young! she passed away peacefully at home in Anderson Indiana.

Proceeded in death by her mother Mary G. Leanna
And her father Albert Davis Senior. Brothers Denny Davis and Larry Davis. Sisters Judith Quinn and Cheryl Leanna.

Surviving brothers; Ronnie Davis and Kenny Davis
Surviving sisters; Susie Rinker and Shirley McCoy.
She had a beloved son Mark James.
Goddaughter Tara Perry.
There were numerous surviving nieces and nephews.

She loved flowers and house plants and she decorated her house often and swept her porch every day she could.
Children loved her, they always came to stay with Nana Debbie. She always had a Porch full of kids.

She attended Anderson schools.

She lived in Anderson and she moved to Port Charlotte Florida in 1988 and moved back home to Anderson Indiana in 2005.

Debbie was loving and kind and loved her family dearly.

Debbie and her goddaughter had lots of adventures together with Brylinn and Brennan Perry. They loved their nana!

KMG home care unlimited provided amazing care for 7 1/2 years. Tara Perry and Angie Banks cared for Debbie at home till her passing.

Services will be held at Circle of Hope Church
(2406 Delaware Street Anderson IN 46016.)
on Saturday May 14th, 2022 from 3pm- 5pm and a dinner to follow!
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Visitation

Saturday, May 14, 2022

3:00 - 4:30pm (Eastern time)

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Saturday, May 14, 2022

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