Born On: June 14, 1956

Passed On: March 22, 2020

Debra “Debbie” D. Gue

Debra “Debbie” D. Gue age 63, was born on June 14, 1956 In Walnut Ridge, Arkansas to the late Bobby and Martha Adams and passed away unexpectedly on March 22, 2020. Debbie moved with her parents to Muskegon at an early age.  She graduated from Muskegon High School.  Debbie spent most of her career working in home health care.  She loved spending time with her family and was a devoted grandmother who loved to make all the holidays special.  Debbie was a dog lover, who enjoyed the outdoors, walking and camping. She had a wonderful sense of humor and always knew how to make people laugh.   She is survived by two children, Kelly (Scott) Morrell and Jeff (Tiffiny) Gue; grandchildren, Reese Morrell, Dylan, Sophie, and Shane Gue; her fiancé’ Rodney Gordon; brother, Tom (Lori) Adams, and her nieces and nephews.  Along with her parents, Debbie was preceded in death by a brother, Ira Dwayne Adams; sister-in-law Barbara Adams, and her longtime companion, William Goodman. Interment will be near her parents in Lakeside Cemetery.  Due to the recent state restrictions, private family services will be held.  A Celebration of Life Gathering for the public will be held at a later date.

 

 

6 thoughts on “Debra “Debbie” D. Gue

  1. Kristine Lee

    Sorry for your loss, Deb was a good woman that loved her family and friends dearly. She will be missed 💔😢🙏. R.I P. Deb

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  2. Bob Gordon

    Everyone I am sorry for your loss.
    God be with you today and
    Tomorrow as you grieve for this women Who was a mom, girlfriend and blessing to my brother, a grandma,
    That was loved by many. God is our strength
    God help there enduring pain when
    the loss of someone is so sudden. I know God is love and she was loved to.
    Love ❤️ always
    Bobby & Anita Gordon

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  3. Laura Puehler

    Debbie was like a second mom to me growing up. She and my mom had been best friends since they were teens, and Kelly and I have been friends since birth. I would always get so frustrated because whenever I would call to talk to Kelly, the phone was busy lol. Debbie loved to talk on the phone. My heart is hurting so bad right now for my friend. RIP Debbie

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  4. Patty Bell

    Debbie was a sweet, loving person, Caring person. She will be missed very much. I always look forward to talking to her. I will miss her very much. I am sorry about her passing. I was looking forward to being at her wedding. She alway talking about Rodney and how proud she was to be with him. She also ways talking so great about her children, grandchildren, brother nieces and nephews. Love you all. Will be continuing to pray for each one of you.

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  5. Debra Parks

    She was a wonderful sister, mother, grandmother and friend. She will be missed more than she’ll ever know. Till we meet again…

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    1. Jennifer Bushong

      She always had a smile on her face and her unique laugh. Always trying to keep everyone together. Her family was definitely a priority. You could not help but like Debbie. I pray for peace and understanding for her family. Never easy losing a parent or a sister. She will always hold a place in my heart. She will be missed dearly. Till we meet again.

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