OBITUARY

Deborah Kay Slagle Daniel, "Aunt Debbie"

February 8, 1950March 4, 2018

Deborah Kay Slagle Daniel, 68, of Paris, who was affectionately known as “Aunt Debbie”, passed away Sunday, March 4, 2018, at her home. Bright-Holland Funeral Home has scheduled graveside services for 2:00 p.m. Friday, March 9th, at Mt. Tabor Cemetery with Rev. Claude Plunk officiating. A formal visitation will not be scheduled, however, friends and family may pay respects at the funeral home. Deborah, the daughter of James Russell Slagle & Nanny Edna Bell Slagle, was born Feb. 8, 1950, in Lamar County. Her career with Blankenship Oil Company spanned thirty-seven years. She was active in Women’s Aglow, a Christian women’s group. She was preceded in death by her parents, sisters; Peggy Ruth Slagle and Pamela Slagle Gibson, and brothers; James Douglas Slagle and James Earl Slagle. Survivors include her step-mother, Wanda Slagle Clark of Paris, a sister, Brenda Slagle Mathews of Paris, a number of nieces & nephews; Trisha Woodard, Delana Hines & wife Shalisha, Camry Mathews, and those whom she thought of as her daughters; Edna Clegg, Melody Figueroa & husband Heath, Heather Unruh & husband Chris, Amber Gibson, and Courtney Watson & husband Brett, great nieces & nephews whom she thought of as her grandchildren; Cattlin Hart & husband Alex, Paul Clegg & wife Kyla, Cheyenne Figueroa, Tessa Figueroa, Riley Figueroa, Olivia Figueroa, Cooper Unruh, Baylon Watson, Hallie Unruh, and Brix Watson, and two great great nephews and a great great niece whom she thought of as her great grandchildren; James Day, Elana Clegg and Liam Byrd along with a host of friends. The family would like to express appreciation to Waterford Hospice, Debbie’s nurse, Diana, and her nurse’s aide, Pam for the care given their loved one.

Services

  • Graveside Service Friday, March 9, 2018
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Deborah Kay Slagle Daniel, "Aunt Debbie"

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Annette Slagle Radican

March 9, 2018

We all loved Aunt Debbie dearly. She was such a sweet & thoughtful person & a devout Christian. I know she is rejoicing in Heaven with the Lord & basking in all the rewards of Heaven, and what a family reunion she must be having!
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Paul & kathy Blassingame

March 8, 2018

The one thing that we will all ways remember about Sis Debbie. I never heard her ask for prayer for her self. She was all ways asking for prayer for others. Standing in the gap, interceding for the needs of other.

Sandy Springer

March 8, 2018

We will miss our cousin Debbie so much! She was a very special person and we loved her very much! May The Lord bring comfort and strength to all of her family and friends. I know Debbie loved each and every one of you. My husband Barry and I, along with my mother-in-law, Patsy Green (Debbie’s 2nd cousin) send you all our deepest condolences.

I would like to share a poem I wrote in Debbie’s memory.

Debbie,

You were precious and so very sweet,
To those who knew you and those you’d
meet;

Always helpful and very kind,
Are my thoughts of you when you
come to mind;

A loving heart you’d always share,
With family and friends— You were
always there;

An angel you were for all in need,
A selfless woman you were indeed;

A blessing to others, beyond compare,
So very special— So very rare;

One of compassion with strength from
above,
You fought the good fight through your
faith and God’s Love;

Although it is felt, that you’ve gone too fast,
You’re suffering and illness are things
of the past;

For The Lord has delivered His promises true,
And restored our dear Debbie to her
Heavenly new!

Love In Christ,
Sandy Springer


Vicky Houston

March 6, 2018

We met at church going to miss you my friend loved you like a sister going to miss seeing you at church love you

nancy (wilkins) seat

March 6, 2018

Debbie you and I started out as babies in the west paris neighborhood and we did not know where our road would lead us but we traveled it any way would see you around here and there because it is a small town but then a friend brought me to the new life tabernacle church and then we became close friends again only with an extra james seat and he loved you as much as I did well you are there with him now so take care of him till I get there love you forever dear friend-------- that will be with me always ------- nancy (wilkins) seat

Cordelia Collins

March 5, 2018

So sorry for your pain and suffering you endured for some time Debbie, you truly left us with a loving, kind and very generous legacy of true love and compassion for others. May you rest in peace precious one! Sleeping in the arms of our Father in heaven!

Peggy Morgan

March 5, 2018

Sorry for you loss Debbie was a very dear friend and sister in Christ to me.

Candace Morgan

March 5, 2018

So sorry for your loss Debbie was a very sweet lady and will be missed!!!

Edith Clark

March 5, 2018

Debbie was one of the sweetest and kindest ladies I have ever known. She had a real genuine love and concern for others. May God comfort y'all. My heart is breaking, but I'm glad her suffering is over and she's with her loved ones and with Jesus. Edith Kizer Clark

FROM THE FAMILY