Debra Gail Crowder (Woodall)
November 15, 1953 - December 8, 2021
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Debra Gail Crowder (Woodall), age 68, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on December 8, 2021 in West Monroe, LA. Debo, as she was known by her friends and family, was born on November 15, 1953 in Shreveport, LA to W.L. and Nettie Woodall. She held her family close to heart.  She married the love…

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Malcolm left a message on December 12, 2021:
Revelation21:3,4 says"He will wipe out every year from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. What a happy time to look forward to.
Nancy Sanders left a message on December 10, 2021:
So sorry for you loss! My mother and Debo were dear friends. She always brought happiness with her every where she went. She was loved very much by our family. She will be dearly missed! ♥️Nancy
Ricky Martin left a message on December 10, 2021:
Sorry to hear about deb she was a great friend loved her so much
GLADYS GUIDRY left a message on December 10, 2021:
MY DEAR SWEET FRIEND AS HARD AS IT IS TO KNOW YOU HAVE GO HOME TO BE WITH BILLY IT IS HARD FOR ME TO THINK THAT I WILL NOT BE ABLE TO TEXT YOU ANYMORE. YOU GAVE IT YOUR ALL AND GOD WON. GOD SAID IT'S NOW FOR YOU TO RIP GOD'S SPEED MY FRIEND. I WILL NEVER FORGET YOUR SWEETNESS. LOVE YOU AND WHEN YOU MEET UP WITH ERNEST TELL HIM HI FOR ME.
Marsha Hortman left a message on December 9, 2021:
Debo, you've been in my life since the day you were born. Life was good for us. Nothing like cousins. I won't tell everything but one of the many times we spent together as our families always did, y'all lived in Jamestown. We got to take Uncle Woody's truck to Ringgold to ride around. You decided to cut through one of the alleys. Cut too short and hit a fire hydrant and knocked a hole in the truck door on my side. I tried real hard to move the truck over but it didn't work. Scared us silly. So we figured you could park near the bush in front of the house and he'd think it got hit at work the next day. Well.....he was smarter than us and in no time he checked to see why we parked it there. At least we didn't get our bottom busted but we didn't get the truck again either. We weren't bad, we just weren't very smart at that age. Loved all our times together and will miss you dearly. You will always be in my heart. Love to you all.
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Donna Aaron left a message on December 9, 2021:
I met the Woodall when they moved to Calhoun, I started cutting mr and mrs Woodall’s hair not long after. Soon I started cutting Debbie and Billy’s hair and we became good friends along the way. They all were good Christian people and a great family! Debbie be missed by their family and a lot of friends
Sandy Ferguson left a message on December 9, 2021:
Debbie , you were my best friend and and my sister. We shared so many laughs and tears and secrets together. There was never a dull moment when we were together. I know I will see you again but things will not be the same without you by my side. You stood by my side as I was struggling so bad these past couple of years. I’m sitting here cooking a big pot of gumbo which I knew you loved. Rodney and Jane are having a crawfish boil in honor of you. He told me the last batch will be the hot ones that’s you always wanted. I know the night before you passed that I told you we will watch over all your love ones that you have left behind. As I sit here with tears rolling down my face that you are now pain free and with Billy and all your love ones. I hope you are giving them hell! LOL I PROMISE YOUR LOVE AND MEMORIES WILL LIVE ON UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN! I’m so glad that I was the one that fed you your last meal. It was a QUESADILLA BURGER FROM APPLEBEE’S. You told me no salt but guess what, IT HAD SALT ALL OVER IT🥰🥰🥰🥰.. Sister, I promise there will not be a day that goes by that you won’t be with me. I LOVE YOU SOOOOO MUCH! This is not goodbye it’s I’ll see you one day. I know you are wrapped all up in Billy’s arms right now. Until we meet again. Love you sister😘😘😘😘😘
Misty Walton left a message on December 9, 2021:
Soar high precious Angel. Loved and greatly missed!! 💕💞
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