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Debra Ann Williams

September 5, 1955October 8, 2020
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On Thursday, October 8, 2020, Debra Ann passed away peacefully while surrounded by her loved ones.

Debra Ann (Betts) Williams, 65 years, of Phoenix, Arizona, formerly of Lubbock, Texas. Daughter of Laurence and Erma Jean Dial, Debra was married for 40 years to Robert Lee Williams who preceded her in death.

She was a mother of three, LaTasha Cleavland (Shea D) of Denver, Colorado, Isaac J. Williams (Melissa) of Phoenix, Arizona, and her son Robert D. “Pookie” Williams, who preceded her in death (Rebecca W). Debra leaves behind sisters and brothers, Shirley, Margaret, Suzanne, Willie, and Shane (preceded her in death), along with 7 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great-grandchild on the way. She will also be dearly missed by all her nieces, nephews, family, friends that dearly cherish and love her very much.

Debra worked many years in the medical field, ending her career at Banner Thunderbird Hospital. She had many friends and co-workers along the way; plus she never knew a stranger! She was a very giving, caring and loving woman, with a soft voice and always placed a smile on others faces.

We are deeply saddened that her time has come and now her journey has entered into eternity. We now know she’s no longer suffering, out of pain and making plans for when it’s our time. We now have our forever guardian angel to protect and watch over us.

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Rochelle Cosey

October 28, 2020

Debra will truly be missed she was my sister n law and sister she was there with me my younger years she taught me to be the woman I am today I so loved her and the memories will forever live in my heart l love you sis rip til we meet again

Cierra Williams

October 28, 2020

I will miss you grandma. I remember spending the night all the time and you waking up at 5 in the morning to make your coffee and you would talk to me, Lex, and Leah and give us advice on how to appreciate what we have. I love you Grandma!

Dorothy Whitfield

October 20, 2020

I'm so sorry to hear about the passing of Debra. I worked with her at Texas Instruments. I could not have had a better sweet loyal friend than her. A couple of months ago tried finding her on Facebook. I'm so glad someone sent this to me from Lubbock. I know now where my sweet friend is, resting in the arms of Jesus. I will never forget you love infinity. Dorothy

LaTasha Cleavland

October 19, 2020

I miss you mama, it's been hard. Just trying to stay strong, but sometimes I can't be strong. It just hurts so much and I wasn't ready for you to leave. I lost my best friend, my shopping buddy, I miss picking up that phone and we just talk for hours. I love you❤❤❤

Shae Duran

October 18, 2020

RIP. May heavens gates open & welcome you.

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