Debra J Glass

May 4, 1954April 3, 2019

Our beautiful, beloved Debra is now with her Lord in her heavenly home. Debra passed away April 3rd, 2019. Debra Jane Glass was born May 4th, 1954. She is preceded in death by her father, Andrew C. “Buddy” Pettit. Survived by her mother, Betty Pettit, brother, Andrew “Andy” Pettit of Prescott, AZ. Kathy, Son Ryan- Sister, Sandra Pettit Portillo, Sons Oscar and Mathew, Mathew Jr. of El Paso, TX. Daughter Brandelyn Longoria, David and Kayleb of Las Vegas, NV. Son Jason Pettit Glass, Diane Benjamen, Damien and Makayla of El Paso, TX. Survived by nieces, nephews, many friends and friend David Glass. Thank you to Hospice of El Paso, members of St. Luke’s Episcopal, Tri Delta Sorority - Beta Sigma Phi. She attended U.N. Arlington, UTEP and NMSU. She was a Special Ed teacher before her illness. Thank you to all our many friends and family who have been there for our family all through this difficult time. Debbie will be truly missed. A Celebration of Life will be held on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 at 11:00am at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 7050 McNutt Rd in La Union, NM with a reception to follow.


  • Jason Pettit Glass, Son
  • Brandelyn Lea Longoria, Daughter


  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Debra J Glass

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Susan NAJERA Lowrance

April 5, 2019

Debbie was a special friend to me since College we were sorority sisters together for my favorite special memory was when we went to Hawaii together in 76 we had such a good time Debbie was always and will always be a special friend to me and I have a special place in my heart for her she was so strong and kind and she just kept kept going no matter what she loved her family and her children I just really really miss her I love you Debbie you are my guardian angel in heaven

Laura Stearne

April 5, 2019

Debbie had an angelic sense about her. Elegant, kind, witty and especially loving. She radiated warmth and compassion. An authentic class act from head to toe. She was and always will be my closest friend in El Paso. Her struggle was mightily and faithfully fought and she deserves all the best our Lord has to offer. I love you so much, Debbie. Breathe deep and and speak loudly. I'll be listening.