What can I say about someone who was my friend since before we started school? Deb was the best friend anyone could have. Loyal, funny, loving, just the best person I have ever known. Deb, my heart is broken with your loss. I will never again pick up the phone to hear you say “Kalah you crazy nut!” while you laughed. You were my first friend outside of my family, we met before my sisters were born and you were like a sister to me. I barely remember a time you were not in the world with me. I have so many happy memories of times with you and I will always remember you with love. I am so sorry that you were so ill and had to leave us so soon. We had made plans that we will not be able to fulfill but we will meet again someday and I will look forward to hearing you laugh again!
Jim and Angie, I am very so for your loss, she loved you both so much.
Debbie you will be missed. We stayed friends no matter what. I enjoyed seeing you every time I came down to Evansville. My trips won’t be the same. You are in heaven now.
You will be missed. We stayed friends no matter what. I enjoyed seeing you when I would come down to Evansville for a visit. My trips won’t be the same. You are in heaven now.
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Debra Like, 63, passed away on February 17, 2020. She was born on November 14, 1956.
Debra was a member of Grace Baptist Church for many years. She helped out in their food pantry. Debra worked as a dietary aide for several nursing homes over the years. She was a member of the Eastern Star Robert Morris Chapter 87 and the Order of the Amaranth. She loved her Japanese Chin dogs.
Debra is survived by her husband James Like; her daughter Angela Like; her brother Donald Ketchem; her in-laws Linda, Sharon, Gloria Tom, and Bob; and her best friends Kalah Farmer and Karen Adams.
Debra was preceded in death by her adoptive mother Annabel Ketchem.
Visitation will be from 10:30 a.m. until time of service at 12 p.m. Friday, February 21st at Sunset Funeral Home with a burial to follow at Sunset Memorial Park. At 10:30 a.m. the Eastern Star and Order of the Amaranth ladies will be having their services.
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