Debra Ann Ramsey Fitzgerald

June 1, 1967December 27, 2018

Debra Ann Ramsey Fitzgerald, 51, of Lynchburg, left this earth on Thursday, December 27, 2018.

Born June 1, 1967 to the late Linda “Diane” Barker and the late Cecil Woodridge Ramsey, Debra was also preceded in death by her two brothers, Cecil W. Ramsey, Jr. and Timothy L. Abbott.

She is survived by her two sons, David Edward May, Jr. and fiancé Heather Bragg of Lynchburg and Dennis Wayne Slusser and fiancé Jessica Long of Huddleston; grandchildren, Dawson May, Noah May, one granddaughter and three more grandsons; step-father, Michael Barker of Lynchburg; step-sister, Francis Barker of Lynchburg; special friend, David May, Sr. of Lynchburg; and a long list of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Debra was a very high strung person that didn’t know a stranger. She loved taking care of the elderly with her mother as a CNA for years, then started as a server where she loved meeting new people of all walks of life. She will truly be loved and missed by everyone.

Friends and family may attend the memorial service on Saturday, January 5, 2019 at 3 pm at Whitten Park Avenue Chapel, 1336 Park Avenue, Lynchburg, VA 24501.


  • Cecil Woodridge Ramsey Sr., Father
  • Linda "Diane" Barker, Mother
  • David Edward May, Jr. and fiance Heather Bragg, Son
  • Dennis Wayne Slusser and fiance Jessica Long, Son
  • Dawson May, Grandson
  • Noah May, Grandson
  • Michael Barker, Step-Father
  • Francis Barker, Step-Sister
  • David May Sr., Special Friend
  • Cecil Woodridge Ramsey Jr., Brother
  • Timothy L. Abbott, Brother
  • Debra is also survived by one granddaughter, three more grandsons, and a long list of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, January 5, 2019

Debra Ann Ramsey Fitzgerald

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Doris Poe

December 31, 2018

Really saddened to hear of debras death. Shes my age yet has checked on me and messaged me all the time just kike my mom use to . im realky gonna miss her ! Only thing i can say is she loves her sons an especially those grandkids so much !! Im glad she spent her final moments with them!

Wendy McGann Dunlop

December 30, 2018

Debbie and I spent many Summer days together. We became friends when we were in third grade and remained friends until I left high school. We were like sisters. I’m sorry to say we never spoke again. She was my best friend and I loved her very much.