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Debra Williamson

Debra Louise Williamson

Friday December 14, 1956 - Thursday January 3, 2019
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Duncan: Debra Louise Williamson, passed away Thursday, January 3, 2019 in Duncan at the age of 62.

At the family's request cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be scheduled at a later date. All arrangements have been entrusted to Callaway-Smith-Cobb Funeral and Cremation Services in Marlow.

Debbie was born Friday, December 14, 1956 in Ada, OK, to Esse Jack Pence and Willia Mae (Smith) Woodruff. She had lived in the Stephens county area most of her life. Debbie loved to cook and enjoyed going to the casino. She liked researching her ancestry. Debbie most cherished time was spending time with her family and her best friend, Debbie Long.

Survivors include, a son, John David Williamson and wife Christina of Maysville, 3 daughters, Jennifer Swisher and husband Shawn of Velma, Krystal Riddle and husband Dustin of Ada, Jessica Williamson of Bray, 7 grandchildren, Landon, Kaleb, Gage, Shelby, Tyler, Alyssa, Easton, a brother, George Woodruff of Oklahoma City, 3 sisters, Carol McCarty and husband Jerry of Pauls Valley, Cheryl Bell of Sulphur, and Kathy Murphy of Sulphur. She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews as well as a host of friends and best friend, Debbie Long of Elmore City.

Debbie was preceded in death by her parents, 1 brother, and 4 sisters.


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Debbie Long

Posted at 06:33am
I have so many things that I want to say about my beautiful friend,but there is not enough space to start. Debbie and I began our friendship nearly 47 years ago,and it was a friendship that most individuals never experience in a lifetime,there was a few years that we lost touch with each other,and our lives went in different directions,but once we were allowed to reconnect there was no separation,we either called or texted each other every day,or at least every other day. Debbie loved her children very much and was very proud of each ,and every one of you,We had been making plans to go watch John coach a game( she was very proud that John had fulfilled his dream of being a coach )Krystal,Jennifer and Jessica your mom was very proud of the strong women that you had become,and prayed daily for your success. She loved those grand babies more that life itself,and loved to share her pictures with me. I hope that you all continue to gather together on Thanksgiving as she loved the family time. Family was so important to your mom and she was so excited about the ancestry. I know that she is at peace ,and will be looking down on all of us.As she would always say to me,before we would hang up,"I love ya," and I'll see you when you get here !!!
Someday we will be back together and it will be like you never left me

Carol Mccarty

Posted at 11:02pm
Love and miss you Debbie and will the rest of my life
C

Carol

Posted at 09:50pm
Debbie was a wonderful mother and sister she always put other's before herself and loved unconditional she's going to be deeply missed. John David, Jennifer, Jessica and Kristal I'm so sorry for your loss.
C

Cheryllockovich@hotmail.com

Posted at 06:06pm
So saddened to hear of the death of my friend. RIP Debbie,condolences to her family. Will keep you all in my prayers.
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