Deborah “Debbie” Patrick Reid, 64, of Limestone passed away on Saturday, October 6, 2018. Debbie was a daughter of the late Charles Albert Patrick and the late Jennie Woody Patrick of Johnson City.
Debbie was a loving and incredible mother and wife. Debbie was a lover of all animals, especially her dog, Banjo. She enjoyed nature, flowers, and traveling. She was a fierce advocate for her family and the environment, especially her treasured Smoky Mountains to the Colorado Rockies. She was a member of Salem Presbyterian Church.
Debbie is survived by her loving husband of 44 years, David Reid of Limestone, and her loving daughter, Jennie Wray (Caleb) of Evergreen, Colorado. She is also survived by her two adored sisters, Kathy Woody (John) of Hampton, Tennessee, and Sandy Vite of Williamsburg, Virginia and many nieces and nephews. In addition, she is survived by Annette Nolan (Phil) of Wapaca, Wisconsin, Milton Reid (Betsy), of Brownsburg, Virginia, and Judy Reid of Jonesborough, Tennessee.
Debbie was a proud organ donor and continued to help others, even after passing away.
A memorial service for Mrs. Reid will be 7:00 PM, Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at Salem Presbyterian Church with Mr. Milton Reid officiating. The family will receive friends from 6:00-7:00 PM prior to the service.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to https://www.mightycause.com/story/Decker. This will help provide Decker Stone, a family friend, a service dog.
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||Cheryl Whaley Nickles
|Sandy & Kathy and family - Please accept my deepest sympathies in Debbie's passing. It has been a long, long time since I or my family has seen you and I don't know if you will remember - I am Mary Whaley Vance's niece, my dad was Herman Whaley, Harold's brother. We (my brother & sister)used to visit you all when you lived on North St. I think about you all often, especially since Tommy's passing and remember the times we visited - we went trick-or-treating with Sandy one year - down to McKinley Rd. Wow that was ages ago! Again I am so sorry for your loss. God bless and keep you. Sincerely, Cheryl Whaley Nickles|
||Cheryl Whaley Nickles
|Kathy & Sandy - I'm sorry but I remembered this after I sent my condolences - the thing I remember most about Debbie and Kathy and it always makes me chuckle was they were the first girls I ever saw who used small orange juice cans to roll their hair! I thought how strange until I was a little older and my hair was down my back and then I realized why they used the cans. What a funny memory! I hope this brings a smile to your faces and again I am so sorry about Debbie's passing. Sincerely, Cheryl Whaley Nickles|
||Ken Walters and Family
|My family and I want to send our sincere sympathy to all of you in the family for your loss of Debbie. We were very sad to hear about her passing. Even though it's been over 46 years, I, along with my family, never forgot Debbie, her beautiful smile, her very caring heart of gold, her love for her family and all who were a part of her life, her positive outlook on life, the joy and happiness she always brought to others, and all of the never ending good memories of Debbie will continue to live on forever in the hearts of all who knew her, cared about her, and loved her. She was, and will always be, a very special lady in so many ways. The lord now has another beautiful angel in his kingdom above and may the lord be with all of you in the family both now and forever. Our thoughts an our prayers are with all of you in the family.|
||Rich & Lisa Harris
|Our sincere condolences on this tragic loss. If
Debbie's daughter, Jennie, is a reflection of her,
and we are sure she is, then Debbie has left an
incredible legacy in the amazingly happy and
generous and kind soul in Jennie who will continue
to do their family honor for many years to come.
May her memory be a blessing to everyone else she
All Our Love,
Rich & Lisa Harris (Denver, CO)|
||Donna Hall Cox
|I was so close to Debbie and Kathy growing up. Spent many a day with them swimming. They were beautiful people inside and out. Prayers for all of the family. God bless you all.|
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