OBITUARY

Debra Richardson Walker

January 17, 1960April 9, 2018
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Debra Lynn Richardson Walker, 58, passed away on April 9, 2018 in Olive Branch, Ms. She was born on January 17, 1960, in Memphis, TN. She was the oldest of three children of Frances Stimpson and Eddie Richardson. Debbie had a deep passion and talent for cooking using her homegrown herbs. Her greatest pastime was “jamming out” to Rock-n-Roll, and she had a love for making people laugh. Debbie is survived by her parents, Frances Virginia Stimpson (Larry) of Olive Branch, MS, and Carl “Eddie” Richardson (Barbara) of Cordova, TN; her daughter, Amanda Renee Woolbright (Brandon) of Lakeland, TN; her sister, Teresa Richardson Grant (Steve) of Olive Branch, MS; a brother, Timothy Edward Richardson of Olive Branch, MS. She also leaves behind by one granddaughter, Emily Grace Woolbright; a grandson, Luke Conner Woolbright; two nieces, Erica Lindsey Grant and Kaitlyn Nicole Grant, and her beloved aunt, Rita Ruth Richardson. Family will receive guests on Saturday, April 14, 2018 from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm with the memorial service to immediately follow at 2:00 pm at Brantley Funeral Home 6875 Cockrum St. Olive Branch, MS 38654. A private graveside service for the immediate family will be held in Memphis, TN. The family would like to extend heartfelt thanks to all her family and friends who have extended their love and sympathy during this time. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to any local food bank to honor Debbie’s passion for cooking and desire to help those in need.

  • FAMILY

  • Frances Virginia Stimpson (Larry), Mother
  • Carl "Eddie" Richardson (Barbara), Father
  • Amanda Renee Woolbright (Brandon), Daughter
  • Teresa Richardson Grant (Steve), Sister
  • Timothy Edward Richardson, Brother
  • Emily Grace Woolbright, Granddaughter
  • Luke Conner Woolbright, Grandson
  • Erica Lindsey Grant, Niece
  • Kaitlyn Nicole Grant, Niece
  • Rita Ruth Richardson, Aunt
  • DONATIONS

  • any local food bank

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, April 14, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, April 14, 2018
REMEMBERING

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Wanda Kimball

April 12, 2018

So Thankful To Our Father God For Giving Us Life... Our Family our Loved Ones... The People who make us whole . Family the most beautiful thing on earth . Debbie has always been loved completely by her Father and Mother she was their first born the very breath of joy that brings meaning to love . The journey the beginning to the end . They never left her side they loved her unconditional. After all without this love Jesus says everything in life is in vain . Our whole family has enjoyed and shared this special gift of love . We are all going to go on living and loving each other on earth and when our time comes and the door opens and our Lord Jesus is there to welcome us home we will reunite with all our dearest ones . We have no idea how many that went before us will be there . After all is said and done here on earth... our resting place is right where God Planned From the beginning for us to be forever near and dear to him . God made us for his pleasure and he loves us more then we know . Debbie my first cousin, she greeted me with warmth,smiles,hugs,see in a world of bullying and judgmental we need more of her . She made a difference and she showed me love unconditional love . I will forever remember her for the beauty she was and is and will always be after all beauty is in the eye of the beholder . A Beloved Child Of God Who Loved Her Daughter and her Beautiful Grandchildren. Remember her ... love her...and I can say for sure ...right back at you . Sail on Silver Girl Sail High Your Time Has come Go See .. See How God Shines His Love Has Made You Whole Again He Has Never Left You He Has Allways Been There Like A Bridge Over Troubles .

John Walker

April 10, 2018

Debbie and I were married in early 1980's and had shared a good life together. She was a loving step-mother to my children and was a good wife. I was blessed to have been part of her family and her life, she was always outgoing and loved people. She always had a smile and would do whatever to make you laugh. Her sister Teresa, and brother Tim were like brother and sister to me and her father and mother were dear to my heart I always felt at home. Deb and I divorced in late 1980's. I know Jesus took her home and now she resides in Heaven with the comfort of Gods' grace and the love of Jesus surrounding her. She will be missed on this earth.

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Biography

Debra Lynn Richardson Walker, 58, passed away on April 9, 2018 in Olive Branch, Ms. She was born on January 17, 1960, in Memphis, TN. She was the oldest of three children of Frances Stimpson and Eddie Richardson. Debbie had a deep passion and talent for cooking using her homegrown herbs. Her greatest pastime was “jamming out” to Rock-n-Roll, and she had a love for making people laugh. Debbie is survived by her parents, Frances Virginia Stimpson (Larry) of Olive Branch, MS, and Carl “Eddie” Richardson (Barbara) of Cordova, TN; her daughter, Amanda Renee Woolbright (Brandon) of Lakeland, TN; her sister, Teresa Richardson Grant (Steve) of Olive Branch, MS; a brother, Timothy Edward Richardson of Olive Branch, MS. She also leaves behind by one granddaughter, Emily Grace Woolbright; a grandson, Luke Conner Woolbright; two nieces, Erica Lindsey Grant and Kaitlyn Nicole Grant, and her beloved aunt, Rita Ruth Richardson. Family will receive guests on Saturday, April 14, 2018 from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm with the memorial service to immediately follow at 2:00 pm at Brantley Funeral Home 6875 Cockrum St. Olive Branch, MS 38654. A private graveside service for the immediate family will be held in Memphis, TN. The family would like to extend heartfelt thanks to all her family and friends who have extended their love and sympathy during this time. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to any local food bank to honor Debbie’s passion for cooking and desire to help those in need.