We will miss her infectious smile and laughter! She always loved animals, all wildlife around their homes and anything to do with flowers and decorating.
Your brother and sister in love,
Bill and Carol
Debbie was a joy to be around, she was a very thoughtful person full of creativity. Before I met her I got to experience her garden, what a treat that was for me. She was helping the bees and butterflies before the rest of us were even aware that we needed to. She once meet a friend of mine and with only being around them two minutes gave a very accurate account of them and gave me advice on the situation. I was grateful that she shared her wisdom with me in that regard. I can’t leave this page without saying how much I enjoyed the cookies she would make for Rayna at Christmas time. To Mike, Rayna, and Chris I am so very sorry for your loss and will be praying for you in your time of sorrow. Debbie was a wonderful lady and she will be missed.
I am so incredibly sorry for your loss. Please know you all are in my thoughts.
I remember one Thanksgiving I had an embarrassing incident at the dinner table and Debbie just laughed hysterically, which made me and everyone else laugh too. Her laugh was one of the best I have ever heard!
Rayna, the wonderful laugh, compassion for animals and patience with plants are all gifts from your mother that will live on thru you.
Mike and Rayna, may you know that your hearts are surrounded by the love of many friends and family during this difficult time and always.
Debra Ann Kincheloe, 68, passed away on May 10, 2022. She was born on March 4, 1954, to Robert and Mildred Litherland in Mt. Carmel, Illinois.
Debra graduated from Harrison High School class of 1972. She was a gifted florist; she had a very creative eye and even won awards for her talent. She adored Easter Lilies and Orchids, they were her favorite flowers. She had a passion for floral arranging, crafting, and creating wreaths. She was a master gardener. She loved traveling with her husband, Michael, and their dogs, Izzy, Lucy, and Molly. They traveled coast to coast in their RV, and had a special love for Charleston, South Carolina. They spent many holidays at Disney World, it was one of their greatest joys. She cherished time with her family and will be missed by all.
Debra was preceded in death by her father Robert Litherland, and grandmother Mabel McFarland.
Debra is survived by her loving husband of 50 years Michael Kincheloe; daughter Rayna (Michael) Smith; mother Mildred Litherland; brother Robert (Nancy) Litherland, and granddaughter Kelsie Kincheloe.
In lieu of flowers, you may make a donation to the Vanderburgh Humane Society in Debra’s memory.
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