ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Debbie Dougan, 46, born on September 9, 1964 and passed away on July 30, 2011. We will remember her forever.

Posted by Linda Lowery on September 9, 2020
Debbie Mom misses you everyday and I always will till we are together again. Love you very much.
Posted by Linda Lowery on July 30, 2015
I cannot believe it has been 4 years since I held you.
I miss you so much my beautiful daughter.
So proud to get to be your mom.
Love you my baby girl.
Posted by Linda Lowery on September 9, 2012
I miss you so much. You were always so beautiful and smart. I cannot ever understand, but I know your love is always there, I feel you all of the time. Today 48 years ago you made me so happy when I saw you. Happy Birthday Baby Girl I love you.
Posted by Sharon Lowery on November 20, 2011
Such a beautiful person, inside and out. You touched so many peoples lives. I always admired you. You handled some tough situations in your life with such grace.Heaven has another beautiful guardian angel.
Posted by donna shelley on October 31, 2011
Debbie, you were 2 days older than Connie, I still remember you, Butch and my kids playing together. Wish I could have met the beautiful, talented and wonderful woman you grew into. Memories are so great, they let us go back to a special part of our lives. You will always be a special part of mine. Rest in peace
Posted by Cindy Stennett-Quintana on October 22, 2011
We were favorite cousins growing up & had so much fun together! You were so smart & clean. We grew up & life moved us to different states. I'm happy we reconnected thru FB but only regret we didn't get to see each other one more time. You are missed & will always be remembered.
Posted by Rebecca Dueben on October 22, 2011
You were always someone I called when I needed a fresh perspective or comforting. You had an amazing talent for always making the piece of god in you so apparent. I miss you terribly.
Posted by Carolyn Clark on October 17, 2011
Heaven must have needed a hero.....you have become a guardian angel for all of us.
Posted by John Clark on October 16, 2011
Much like all brothers and sisters I have many memories to share but none would do you justice. Even with all the candles lit in memory and celebration of your life they will still be just a flicker in contrast to the brilliance that was my sister and her life. Love you always.
Posted by ANN MCBROOM on October 16, 2011
Debbie,the picture of you when you was a little girl seens like yesterday, with you and Cindy playing together. I know your in heaven with Jesus and someday we all will be in heaven together. I love you.
Posted by vickie davidson on October 14, 2011
You said "you wanted to be like me when you grew up". You were so much more. I'm so happy I was blessed to be apart of your life. I know I will see you again..
You were the first baby in my life.
My first Love.     My Debbie...
Posted by William Strait on October 13, 2011
There is a void, an empty space that I can not grasp.Our conversation has not ended but is merely quiet for now.
I will always listen for your voice and I will talk to you.You were my heart.
Posted by Linda Lowery on October 13, 2011
As I talk to you everyday I miss you so much. I give your beautiful picture a kiss everyday. I know you will always be with us. I still hear all of your words that you would say to me.
I love you with all my heart and soul.

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Posted by Linda Lowery on September 9, 2020
Debbie Mom misses you everyday and I always will till we are together again. Love you very much.
Posted by Linda Lowery on July 30, 2015
I cannot believe it has been 4 years since I held you.
I miss you so much my beautiful daughter.
So proud to get to be your mom.
Love you my baby girl.
Posted by Linda Lowery on September 9, 2012
I miss you so much. You were always so beautiful and smart. I cannot ever understand, but I know your love is always there, I feel you all of the time. Today 48 years ago you made me so happy when I saw you. Happy Birthday Baby Girl I love you.
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My Beautiful Daughter

Shared by Linda Lowery on October 16, 2011

Debbie always believed that people all people should be treated the equal.

One time we had 1 piece of apple pie and I told her to cut it in 2 pieces for her and her brother and they came carrying in 3 plates with a piece of pie all hacked up I said why did you do that and she said “We are a family we always share everything” As I choke down that pie thru tears I realized that she was such a caring beautiful person.

Family and friends were always so important to her much more important than money or fame.

She always use to tell me “Take care of yourself”

I have so many great memories of her.

Once she told her grandma “I have never made lumpy gravy” My mom told her “Then you have not made it enough”

She said after that when something went wrong she was doing that she had done before she knew she had done it enough times.

She believed in everything she did.

She was a successful beautiful woman that I was so fortunate to call MY DAUGHTER.