Debra Kay Walters 63 of Crescent, OK went to be with the Heavenly Father on April 4, 2021 at 7:50pm at Mercy Hospital in Oklahoma City, OK. Debbie was born September 6, 1957 to James & Kay Carter of Dover, OK.
A Celebration of Service will be held on April 11, 2021 at The First United Methodist Church in Crescent, OK with Pastor Dave Petty officiating. Masks and social distancing will be encouraged. There will be a family dinner after the service (the home or fellowship hall at church).
Debbie married Earl LeRoy Harvey in 1981. Debbie and LeRoy divorced in 1982.Debbie & LeRoy had 1 daughter Erica K. Carter.
Debbie married her soulmate, Buddy Walters on September 21, 2015. Debbie lost her soulmate on April 2, 2020.
Debbie worked for Pioneer Telephone in Kingfisher, OK for 25 years. She worked at Kingfisher Regional Hospital as a registration clerk before going to work as dispatcher at Hennessey Police Dept. Debbie left the police department to become a full-time grandma.
Debbie was proceeded in death by James & Kay Carter of Dover, OK. Her first husband LeRoy Harvey. Her soulmate Buddy. Her grandchild Tyler Spears. Grandparents and her Uncles Larry Lynn, Ray Lynn, Antony Lynn all of Kansas City, MO.
Survivors include her daughter Erica & her husband Rick Spears of Crescent, OK.Her brother Don Carter of Norman. Linda Musgrove, Roy Lee Counts, Nancy. Robert Bohm, Janelle Poore, Teddy Ryun of Missouri. Her grandchildren Phoenix,JD, Ariel, Keaton, Carla June, Sierra, and Dalton. Debbie had some people who also called her mom Cindy, Cecil, Nancy, and Tina. Debbie had others that called her grandma Justin, Sarah, Ariel, and Rikki. She loved them all as if they were hers. She is also survived by many other friends, aunts, uncles, and cousins.
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