Deborah “Debbie” Marie Wolfanger 59, of Newington, GA, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, August 9, 2019.
Debbie was born in West Point, NY on March 1, 1960 to Joseph and Rose Marie Armour (Gibbons) and raised in France during her father’s military deployments in, Pawtucket, Rhode Island, and Ruskin, FL. She was an amazing mother, grandmother, daughter, friend and wife.
Debbie was the type of woman that never met a stranger. She strived to make those around her feel at ease and loved. You always knew she was in the room from her joyful laughter, not to mention usually being the loudest. She enjoyed studying her bible and had a particular interest in biblical prophecy. Her greatest desire was for all her family to come to know the Lord and share her faith with everyone. She also enjoyed spending time on the racetrack with her husband, Dan, and all their children.
Debbie thrived the most when spending time her family, especially her grandchildren. She was the type of Mimi who took time making memories with the grands by playing hide and seek, building blanket forts, making silly videos with her own made-up songs, jumping on the trampoline, baking cookies, and showering them with hugs and kisses.
Debbie is preceded in death by her husband, Danny Wolfanger, who she loved and missed greatly.
Debbie is survived by her loving children: Jennifer Alice Thompson (Nixon), Cheri Joli James (Risho), Crystal Ann Foster (Angst), Brandon Daniel Wolfanger (Ashley), Stephanie Wolfanger Vaughn (Darren), Danny Wolfanger Jr.(Michelle), Darrell Wolfanger, and Michael Wolfanger; father, Joseph Armour; mother Rose Marie Gibbons Armour; sister, Patrica Moore (Armour); brother, Joseph Armour Jr.; grandchildren, James and Katherine Thompson, Jaden and Grace James, Tanner Zuetlau and Jasmine Wolfanger, Annette, Danielle, Eric, Courtney, Patrick, Tyler and Michael Jr., Kayla Wolfanger, Darren Wolfanger; and great grandchild Aubree, Dean and Keegan
Funeral service will be held at 11AM on Friday, August 16, 2019 at Corinth Baptist Church with Pastor Rick West officiating. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the funeral service.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to Riggs Funeral Home on behalf of the family.