Debbie lived next door to Frankie’s mom on south Broadway when they first came to providence. She stayed with Frances until we could get home when Frances got sick. I think we were on vacation out of town. She was so sweet snd would take Frances soup snd stuff. She later moved just up the street from us on Barbour st and we would see her in passing. A very sweet compassionate lady. She will be missed. My heart goes out to the family. Did not realize Hannah was her grand daughter.
Sweet lady who was a neighbor for many years. We would always wave at each other when we would go past each other. Make God bless her family.
Our friendship was special…we were more like sister’s ,we met in church as young girl’s, went on hayrides together ,had sunday dinner with our families,,Deb,always made me laugh,,I’m going to miss her so much,,but know we will meet again oneday in Heaven…RIP my sister …may God give all the families peace & comfort.
Jonathan and JeanEllen, I wish to extend my condolences and prayers to you and your entire family on the death of Jonathan’s mother Debra at this sad time. You all are always in my prayers. My deepest sympathy.
Debra J. Brown, 67, won her battle with lung cancer and went to be with the Lord on June 28, 2021. She was born on April 1, 1954, to Curry and Lillian Oliver and her bonus parent Jacquelyn Oliver in Chandler, Indiana.
Debra loved the Lord, she was so strong in her faith. She had a sense of humor like no other, she loved making others laugh. She was a member of the Red Hat Society. She volunteered at a women’s shelter, food banks, and Common Garments. She was heavily involved at her home Church. She loved all things glam, she always had to have her nails and make-up done. She loved her family very much. She will be greatly missed.
Debra was preceded in death by her husband Jeffrey Alan Brown Sr. and her parents.
Debra is survived by her children Jonathon Melton (Jean Ellen), Heather Wells (Kevin), Jeffrey Alan Brown Jr.; brother Randy Oliver; granddaughter Hannah Layton (Tristan), Kate Melton, Kristan Wells; great-grandchildren Keiara Wells, Ryleigh Wells, Kenaleigh Wells; many nieces and nephews; her best friend Bob Andrews and several close friends; and her Pomeranian puppy Teddy B. Bad.
Visitation will be from 11:30 am until the time of service at 1 pm on Wednesday, July 7th, 2021, at Sunset Funeral Home with a burial to directly follow at Sunset Memorial Park.
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