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Deborah Kay Strother

March 11, 1954 — April 13, 2024

Noblesville

Deborah Kay "Debbie" Strother (née Wingo), aged 70, of Noblesville, Indiana, was called to her eternal rest on April 13, 2024. Born on March 11, 1954, in Anderson, Indiana, she was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and sister, cherished by all who knew her. Blessed with a nurturing spirit, Deborah dedicated many years of her life to childcare before following her passion for music. She served as the proprietor of D&S Productions, where for 38 years she orchestrated joy through music and entertainment. Despite facing the trials of stage 3 metastatic breast cancer, Deborah's unwavering faith led her to pursue and attain a bachelor's degree as well as three doctorate degrees in ministry.
Left to honor Deborah and remember her love are her devoted husband, Larry Strother; her children, James Wright (Amanda), Peter Wright (Céleo Valladares), and Autumn Mey (Charles); her stepchildren, Tony Strother (Nicole) and Nikki Willis (Jeff); her cherished grandchildren, Mackinzie, Gracyn, Kennedy, Jack, Zoey, Chazz, Grace, Angel, and John and Pamela; her adored great-grandchild, Mateo; and her loving sisters, Lisa Asbury-Morrison, Annette Young, and
Jeanette Asbury.
She enters into peace joining her late father, Roy Wingo; her mother, Virginia Asbury; her stepfather, Robert Asbury; her sister, Pamela Asbury Boles; and her brother, Bobby Asbury.
Deborah found pleasure in simple pastimes such as engaging in games of Scrabble, finding solace in episodes of Gunsmoke, I Love Lucy, and Hazel, and imparting wisdom to her grandchildren. Her guidance and presence were a beacon of light that will continue to shine through her family's memories.
A graveside service to commemorate Deborah's life will be held at Brookside Cemetery, located at 300 W & S Brookside Road, Lapel, Indiana, on Friday, April 19, 2024, at 11 a.m. In deference to Deborah's compassionate spirit, the family requests that, in lieu of flowers, contributions be made to the Little Red
Door Foundation, an organization that provided her with support during her courageous battle with cancer. Donations may be made at https://www.littlereddoor.org/.
The Strother family has entrusted their loved one's services to Indiana Funeral Care, Indianapolis, Indiana.
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