OBITUARY

Debra Barefoot

October 14, 1954November 11, 2018

Debra Barefoot, 64, of Benson, departed this life on Sunday, November 11, 2018. She was born on October 14, 1954 in Santa Cruz, California to the late Donald McCullough and the late Opal Burnette. She was the adopted daughter of the late Mel Brown and the late Edna Sara Williams Brown. She was also preceded in death by her husband Jerry Barefoot and granddaughter Kristen Mae Marie Burch. Debra loved to spend her time shopping and playing games. She enjoyed fishing and spending time visiting with her friends and family.

Debra leaves behind to honor her legacy, her daughter: Annette Mize and husband Randy of Benson; five grandchildren: Christopher Seth Mize, Sara Elizabeth Mize, Katie Keirnan, Kassidie Ann Burch and Charles Burch, III; one brother: Gordon McCullough of Modesto, CA; two sisters: Sandy Valcho and husband Fred of San Tan Valley, AZ and Donna Brandburg of Redmond, OR; two fur babies: Tinker and Fancy.

The family has elected cremation and a memorial service to commemorate the life of Debra Barefoot will be conducted at a later time.

All arrangements are entrusted to Cromartie-Miller Funeral Home. Online Condolences may be expressed at www.cromartiemiller.com

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April Buckler

November 14, 2018

Annette, there are no words I can say or express to make you feel better. I can't comprehend what you are going through, I know your mom meant the world to you, and you to her as well. I have so many memories at mama Debbie's house during our high school years. She was my second mama for many years and no matter how long it had been since I seen her, she would always pick back up talking to me calling me her daughter. She was a kind hearted, loving, caring woman. She will always be remembered that way to me. I wish I could be there Saturday for you. I am here for you and I love you friend.

Sandy Valcho

November 13, 2018

One of the best memories I have of my sis is when she got to come to Washington State when Fred and I lived there. We got to share a wonderful week together along with our mom Opal. We laughed and cried and held hands a lot! Debbie enjoyed a glass of wine in the evening with Fred and I. It was called Double Dog wine. My sis reminded me all the time how much she enjoyed that week and the glasses of Double Dog wine we shared. I miss our weekly calls. My fur babies miss talking to you too. Cheers my beautiful sis. I love you with all my heart. Always and forever. 💜💚

Roberta Jaspers

November 13, 2018

I am at a loss of words, and I don’t know what to say to you to help you feel better. Please accept my condolences, you have my deepest sympathies...I’ll be praying for peace and strength for you and your family. Love, Roberta

Rose Harper

November 13, 2018

Annette, I will be keeping you and your family in my prayers. I pray your heart will find peace knowing that your sweet mama is at the feet of Jesus now. Love you!

Cheryl Johnson

November 13, 2018

Annette, Sorry to hear about Debbie. We hadn't seen her in a long time. We heard that she was sick from Mama Louise. If there is anything that we can do, let us know. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Maybe we will get to see you soon. Love, Cheryl and Victor