Keith & Keith Funeral Home

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Debra May Pharmer

November 28, 1956July 14, 2020

Debra May Pharmer was born on November 28, 1956 and passed away on July 14, 2020 and is under the care of Keith & Keith Funeral Home.

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Julie/Danny Stoops/Van Wagoner

August 12, 2020

Debbie's laughter and her zest for life will live with us forever.

Bobbi Jo Hawes

August 11, 2020

Chris and family, my deepest condolences to all of you, may you find comfort in your love and memories.
I met Deb, as many of us have, through her love and talent of doing hair. I have gone to her for 42 years...we have shared the birth of her children and the birth of our grandchildren and great grandchildren. We have laughed, cried, hugged, shared our troubles, and laughed some more. I will truly miss her and our talks, that smile and hug. She had talent that many of us enjoyed, and she will be missed .
May the Good Lord bring you comfort and peace in this difficult time.
Bobbi Jo Hawes

Cindy Sullivan

August 9, 2020

We received a shocking texted that Debbie had passed away. I have been trying to imagine her pain. I am so sorry for Chris and her family. Debbie was always a bright light in the world. We go way back to the Village Beauty School 45 years ago together then working at the Gazebo. Debbie was one of my bridesmaids in mine and Jamies wedding. We had some great times together and so many laughs. I will always remember her for her beautiful smile and infectious laugh. Rest In Peace my dear friend. You are now in the arms of our loving Father.

Vickie Tanasse

August 7, 2020

We met in your mom's kitchen when you were about 15 or 16 years old. You wore a red blouse that was as bright as your sassy personality. You went on to make many friends- a true legacy to the fabulous person you were. Of course you did my hair but that wasn't the best part, even though you did a great job. It has always been that bright personality. Our visits had me laughing. Not sure how you could keep up that endless charm, but you were the same every time I saw you. How I will miss you, my friend. Your leaving us too soon has left a void for many who loved you. I know you would tell me not to be sad, but I am. Much love....

Angela Eubanks

July 29, 2020

Deborah was a wonderful mother to everyone who counted on her to be their mother whether it be hers or others. She was so beautiful inside and out and will never be forgotten. I know god has her in his grasp. May she rest in peace and be with all who knew her always!

Lysa Scott

July 26, 2020

This special lady was an icon in the Hairdressing Community. She was innovative and so good to Clients . We will all miss her smile and chuckle so, until we meet again. . . .

Jennifer Carlson

July 20, 2020

Deb was my hairstylist on and off for many years. We always shared stories, talked about events but most of all we discussed various comedies, concerns or validations about family. She watched me grow and then my boys. For many years I think my boys thought she was “family.” I cannot imagine the loss Chris and the children feel at this time, however I hope they can lean on the great memories they shared together. Deb was a magical lady when she was happy and her smile was one to remember.

Jan Overvold

July 19, 2020

Chris n Family:
Deb was my hairdresser for nearly 42 years. She was at the Gazebo in Nob Hill when we first met. We became great friends thru those years n shared our stories of our families, mutual friends, good times n bad times, and discussed many various other subjects. We laughed together, talked over our problems together and at the end of our hour or two she always fixed my hair perfectly!! I will miss her dearly n loved her dearly. I know her past couple of years were challenging n I hope she is at peace with her Heavenly Father. My prayers n deepest sympathies to you Chris n your family. Deb’s laugh n humor was infectious which I will remember always. ❤️

Judy Larsen

July 18, 2020

I was shocked and saddened to learn of Debbie’s passing. She had been my hairdresser for over 42 years, when she first started at the Gazebo. I always looked forward to my appointments with her, because she made my hair look great and we got to visit while doing it. She loved to talk about Chris, her kids, grandkids and everything that was going on with them. She was so enthusiastic that each time she did my hair, it was the best ever! She was not only my hairdresser, but my friend and I will miss her dearly. She had gone thru a lot in the past year or two - may she Rest In Peace. My deepest sympathy to her family, Judy Larsen

Judy Waters

July 18, 2020

I met Debbie of course through cutting hair. I was one of her first customers. She was a good friend. We shared stories of our families, trips, and our struggles. She was one of the nicest people I know. She always had a smile, was fun and had a big heart. She loved her family unconditionally. I know she has not been well for sometime, but It was Still a shock to hear of her death. I will miss you with all my heart. Love and hugs Debbie. ❤️🙏🙏


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