Palm Boulder Highway Mortuary & Cemetery

800 South Boulder Highway, Henderson, NV


Debra Mayhall

November 3, 1947December 27, 2019

Debra Mayhall, age 72, of Henderson, Nevada passed away on Friday December 27, 2019. Debra was born November 3, 1947 in Kansas City, Kansas. She graduated from high school and went on to relocate to Las Vegas, Nevada; where she worked as the Head Garde Manger for Ceasar's Palace Hotel and Casino.

Debra was a loving mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother whom centered her life around serving her Lord Jesus Christ, and her family. She enjoyed crafting, baking, and gardening in her spare time.

Debra was preceded in death by her parents: Don and Mary Bevan, and brother John Yeager. She is survived by her daughters: Kimberly and her husband, John; and Melanie; grandchildren: Shana, Janna, Alex, Matthew, Andrew, and Scott; and great grandchildren: Isla, Peighton, Sage, Craig, Irelynn Jo.

A celebration of life for Debra will be held Saturday, January 11, 2020 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Calvary Chapel of Henderson, 133 W Lake Mead Pkwy # 250, Henderson, NV 89015.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.palmboulderhighway.com for the Mayhall family.


  • Celebration of Life Saturday, January 11, 2020


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Carmen Ramírez

January 17, 2020

Yo escribí algunos comentarios sobre Debbie, tengo tantas pero, no sé escribir inglés perfecto! Y no puedo expresar, todo lo qué quiero decir, fueron tantas situaciones tantos buenos ratos felices, ella era parte de mi vida,,,

Paul Gustafson

January 11, 2020

Debbie was such sweet soft spoken lady. I remember as kids eating big bags of popcorn. Renting movies at video tyme and going to church on Sunday . Because when you have a sleepover on Saturday. We all went to church on Sunday. Camping at Sky mountain was also a lot of fun. She was always kind to me and I was there a lot. She was a real classy lady and they just don't make that good anymore and she will be missed. Good memories only

Victoria Jones

January 11, 2020

My fondest memory of Debbie was when I was about 17 and had went to her house and was welcomed with open arms, I always looked forward to our bible study classes every week (way back when) and was thankful to always be welcomed when there was food cooking or listening when I had problems with my Mom (which were often)..she was always so soft spoken and such a beautiful and kind soul...rest easy...even though you’re gone you’ll never be forgotten ♥️♥️♥️

Lisa Leahy

January 3, 2020

Miss. Debra is my sister n laws MUM. She was a wonderful , loving and very caring person. She lives her life for her family. Made certain that they came first. She believed in her heart that my brother and her daughter Kimberly would live happily ever after...... She saw the best in everyone no matter what their personal demons were. She loved my brother Jimmie, my two nieces dad. Even tho he and Kim were divorced, she still accepted him with her golden heart. Thats the kind of person she was. She also accepted me.... the way-off ex sister in law of her daughter. ☺️ I will miss you MUM ( or mom to me) Thank you for raising such a wonderful young woman. She has turned into an extraordinary young woman. Like her MUM.... She has a heart of GOLD. Be at peace Miss. Debt☺️🙏💕🙏☺️

Nouha Hanano

January 3, 2020

I worked with Debbie for a long time, I loved Debbie she was very nice and calm lady very happy and helpful , we will miss you Debbie good bless you.

Alvaro Gonzalez

January 1, 2020

I worked with Debbie for a very long time, she was a very sweet and patient lady, she was me teacher in Garde Manger, she was always willing to help others and very calm, we worked in a very busy environment and I never saw her upset, God bless you Debbie rest in peace thank you for the knowledge that you gave me.
You will be really missed.

Donna Stanley

December 31, 2019

This woman inspired, encouraged and convicted me every time I saw her. She was absolutely amazing and I so wish I had more time with her. I am happy she is with Jesus now, lifting her hands in praise to our Lord, who has taken away all her pain. I love you, Debra Mayhall, and I am a better person because of you. See you again when I get to glory <3


December 31, 2019

My most special memory with Debbie ( mom ) was picking out my wedding dress. I had a wedding dress picked out but, it wasn't the right one when I went for the second fitting. She insisted that we keep looking till we found the perfect dress, so that's what we did. It didn't matter how long it took or how many dresses I tried on. I remember the look on her face when she found my dress, she said try it on it's perfect and guess what it was absolutely perfect. We both started to cry. I knew it was the one. She said "Its your baby, you look so pretty in that dress".
I will never forget that day. 💜

Debbie Bingaman

December 31, 2019

Debie was a special, wonderful, generous person whom I will miss daily. She was always witnessing to all. She was crafty and took me under her wing. A memory I hold dear happened a few years back. She and I went to the after Christmas sales at the craft stores. We both went a tad overboard but we had so much fun. And who can forget the Phase 10 card games on Friday nights. So many memories were made there and always will be remembered. Heaven rejoiced when she arrived.

Kamaria Wakefield

December 30, 2019

I remember first meeting Deb and she having the softest, sweetest voice. Even when I heard her upset once, it was sweet. She used to let me swim in her pool whenever I came to visit her and she would offer me Pepsi if I said I was thirsty. She’ll always be special to me for welcoming me into her lovely home whenever I wanted to come over; even spend the night.