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Debra Kay Eagle

June 19, 1963June 2, 2021
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Mrs. Debra Kay Eagle, 57, of Katy, Texas, passed away Wednesday June 02, 2021, reuniting with many loved ones.

Mrs. Eagle was born June 19, 1963 in Albuquerque, New Mexico to Jerry and Geraldine Dobkins. Debra graduated from Kearny High School in 1981. Debra started her own business creating handmade crafts. She had a unique way of being able to see potential in any item to create something special. Debra enjoyed spending time with her family, friends and her many cats.

Mrs. Debra Eagle was preceded in death by her parents, Jerry and Geraldine Dobkins; Husband, Michael Eagle; Brother, Dennis Dobkins; Daughter, Jennifer Eagle. She leaves behind her life partner, Billie Franklin of Katy, TX; Daughters, Elizabeth Eagle and partner James Reid of Clear Lake, TX, Rebecca Eagle of Oakdale, PA, Lauren Eagle and Partner Steven Domino of Pearland, TX, Kaitlin Eagle and Partner DeAndre Skillern of New Caney, TX; Sister, Sarah Dobkins; Nephews, Justin and Jacob Dobkins; Grandchildren, Emmalee Harrelson, Oliva and Brooks Reid; and a host of family and friends.

Debra will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

A visitation will be held 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Thursday June 17, 2021 at Katy Funeral Home 23350 Kingsland Blvd. Katy, Texas 77384.

A Funeral Service will be held at 10:00 am Friday June18, 2021 at the Houston National Cemetery 10410 Veterans Memorial Dr, Houston, TX.

Services

17 June

Visitation

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Katy Funeral Home

23350 Kingsland Blvd
KATY, TX 77494

18 June

Committal Service

10:00 am

Houston National Cemetery

10410 Veterans Memorial Dr
Houston, TX 77038

Memories

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Billie Franklin

June 14, 2021

All 3 dogs were laying on her side of the bed. We were discussing how the tables had turned, it wasn’t her and the cats this time.

Billie Franklin

June 14, 2021

I have so many memories picking just one is hard, so I'll pick a few;
Our wedding
Going camping in the pop-up for the first time, the A/C sealed the deal
Long rides on the motorcycle till early in the morning
Swimming in the pool at the Fayle house, Good Times
Craft shows
Christmas, all of them
Trips to Colorado and Great Smokie Mountains Nat'l Park
River trips, river trips, river trips
Thank you for always being willing when I said, "hey lets go..."
I will forever miss you, thank you for the memories and a life of Love and Laughter
All My Love Always

Lauren Eagle

June 14, 2021

There are too many memories to name just one. I remember all the camping trips we took, the late night tag in the dark games, going to the river and so much more. What I will miss the most is being able to call you everyday on my ride home from work. Even though I can no longer call I know you are still there listening. I love and miss you so much.

Sarah Dobkins

June 14, 2021

I remember in Hawaii on 110th street us playing hide n seek until late at night with CT and Duane Street. While the parents played 42. Then later when I came to visit you and Billie with the girls we played hide and seek in your apartment complex like we were kids again. Giggling and running around.
You saved my life when we lived in Hawaii when you and I went to the beach and I got caught in the undertow.
In Hawaii: When you got in a fight with some girl in the front yard and I wanted to beat her up because she was fighting my big sister. Of course I was like 8.
So many memories.
There's nobody to reminisce with about our childhood anymore.

KAITLIN EAGLE

June 14, 2021

I remember all the adventures we have been on, way too many to list. but one of my favorite memories was when someone we knew was down the street at the neighbors house and I walked into the old Barn to see if you were in there and you told me to get down and hush because we were being nosey. when we saw the truck coming back down the road we took off running back to the house we were laughing because not only were we running but all the stray cats we took in where right there running with us, it was a stamped of humans and cats like a small race to get back to the house without getting caught. I could go for a stake out again.

Sarah Dobkins

June 11, 2021

Doobie: as mom called you. So many good memories when we were kids. From beach going, shelling to road trips. The ones we drove mom and dad crazy reciting the movie Young Frankenstein the whole way. You'll always be my big sister.
Sarah "Janie"

Parris Cheney

June 10, 2021

Debbie, I pay my deepest condolences and respect for your loss to all your loved ones. You were true at heart, Faithful and a kind friend and soul. You will forever be missed and on the
other side embraced in Heaven by all. You gave it all to those you truly love and this is what life is about. Rest In Peace while your spirit flys free!
God Bless You!
Parris Cheney

Pat Grimmett

June 10, 2021

Blessed to have had Debbie in my life and will remember her for her kind, caring, and gentle soul and for our friendship.

Sarah Thornhill

June 9, 2021

So many great memories when we were kids. The beach in Hawaii, your cheerleading, all the road trips, and driving mom and dad crazy reciting the whole Young Frankenstein movie in the car where they couldn't escape. Us trying to survive on the ship from San Diego to Japan where everyone was sick, except dad. So many that I will keep safe until we all meet again. Hug mom, dad and Dennis for me.
Your little sister..
Sarah "Janie"

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