Debra (Debbie) Louise Greer, 60 of Arenzville Illinois and formerly of Sheridan Arkansas passed away surrounded by love and her children Wednesday November 7, 2018 in Sheridan Arkansas.
She was born October 7, 1958 in Jacksonville Arkansas the daughter of late Helen Burnett Harper. She is preceded in death by her parents; Edgar Jewett, Helen and Jesse Harper, her uncle Jerry; aunt Carolyn and Randall Jewett.
Debbie is survived by her husband Terry Greer of Arenzville, Illinois; daughters, Amanda Noel and husband Chad of Little Rock Arkansas, April Neal and husband James of Lono Arkansas, Joycelyn Greer of Lono Arkansas; one son Joe Harp of Arkansas; four step-children, Wendy Greer of Green Castle, Missouri, Tim Greer and wife Stephanie of Arenzville, Illinois, Michelle and husband Zach Hoots of Bluffs, Illinois, Betsy and husband Stephan Harnois of Meredosia, Illinois; thirteen grandchildren; two great grandchildren; sisters, Pam Perritt and husband Frank of Sulphur Rock, Arkansas, Cindy Biard and husband Brian of Melbourne Arkansas, Debbie Graham and husband Rich of Sheridan Arkansas; brothers, Randy Jewett and wife Karen of Sheridan Arkansas, James Harper of Wichita, Kansas; several nieces, nephews and special friend, Bill Chestnut.
Debbie also known as Dusty Rose, spent much of career traveling the open road as truck driver. She owned and operated her own trucking service “Dusty’s Pilot Car Service. She enjoyed her many travels throughout the US and Canada until failing health. Debbie was a lover of the outdoors, her farm in Illinois was her joy. Debbie was a true animal lover, especially her dog Charlie. She loved going to the races with her best friend Cindy. She loved her children, grandchildren, spending time with family and friends and doing jig saw puzzles. Debbie will be missed for her love and willingness to always help others and especially her ability to make a killer Mississippi Mud Cake.
A memorial service to celebrate the life of Debra will be held on Saturday, November 17, 2018 starting at 12:00 PM at the Victory Assembly of God Church in Malvern, Arkansas.
Arrangements have been provided by A Simplified Funeral Solution
To family and friends. I am so very sorry for the passing of Debra Greer, it is always hard to lose someone special. It may be comforting to know that our God Jehovah is also saddened by death and even Jesus gave way to tears at John 11:33,35. Another comforting thought is to know the future of such ones. Isaiah 26:19 tells us about the promise our God has made to us to resurrect our loved ones from death. I hope this has brought you even the slightest comfort, please know that Jehovah the God of all comfort will always be there comforting you through trials (2 Corinthians 1:3,4). If you are interested in more bible based comfort this is a good article: https://jw.org/en/publications/magazines/g201407/tragedy-loss-loved-one/
Debra Greer - Wednesday November 07, 2018 via Condolence Message