Deborah Kay Slagle Daniel, 68, of Paris, who was affectionately known as “Aunt Debbie”, passed away Sunday, March 4, 2018, at her home.
Bright-Holland Funeral Home has scheduled graveside services for 2:00 p.m. Friday, March 9th, at Mt. Tabor Cemetery with Rev. Claude Plunk officiating.
A formal visitation will not be scheduled, however, friends and family may pay respects at the funeral home.
Deborah, the daughter of James Russell Slagle & Nanny Edna Bell Slagle, was born Feb. 8, 1950, in Lamar County.Her career with Blankenship Oil Company spanned thirty-seven years. She was active in Women’s Aglow, a Christian women’s group. She was preceded in death by her parents, sisters; Peggy Ruth Slagle and Pamela Slagle Gibson, and brothers; James Douglas Slagle and James Earl Slagle. Survivors include her step-mother, Wanda Slagle Clark of Paris, a sister, Brenda Slagle Mathews of Paris, a number of nieces & nephews; Trisha Woodard, Delana Hines & wife Shalisha, Camry Mathews, and those whom she thought of as her daughters; Edna Clegg, Melody Figueroa & husband Heath, Heather Unruh & husband Chris, Amber Gibson, and Courtney Watson & husband Brett, great nieces & nephews whom she
thought of as her grandchildren; Cattlin Hart & husband Alex, Paul Clegg & wife Kyla, Cheyenne Figueroa, Tessa Figueroa, Riley Figueroa, Olivia Figueroa, Cooper Unruh, Baylon Watson, Hallie Unruh, and Brix Watson, and two great-great-nephews and a great great niece whom she thought of as her great-grandchildren James Day, Elana Clegg and Liam Byrd along with a host of friends.
The family would like to express appreciation to Waterford Hospice, Debbie’s nurse, Diana, and her nurse’s aide, Pam for the care given their loved one.
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