Debra Frost Death, Obituary – When we found out that my cousin Debra, who would have been 50 in late March, had passed away suddenly at the age of 49, we were horrified.
She was the daughter of one of Mom’s younger sisters, and we spent A LOT of time together as children so much so that we occasionally fought like sisters, LOL. We started calling each other by our nicknames: she called me DQ and we called her Debradoo.
The first photo, which was taken when we are six years old on the day they brought her home from the hospital, is my favorite of the many that we have in addition to the ones that are displayed here. There are countless opportunities to find joy, laughter, and love.
Even if my heart is completely torn apart, this isn’t about me. Please remember to pray for Johnnie, her husband of more than 30 years, our family, her closest friends, and their two daughters, Haley and Emma. Ever since they were tiny children, they had been a couple.
She and Johnnie were practically inseparable in both work and play, and in the days to come, he and their girls will need more prayers. Debra is with Jesus and has been reunited with their first child, Christina, her mother and father, and a significant number of our relatives who have died before her.
This is the only consolation we can find. Give them a hug for me, my sweetheart. You have my unwavering love, Debradoo. My friends, make a call, send a text, or do something else to show your loved ones that you care. We can never predict when an opportunity like that won’t come along again.
If you do not already acknowledge Jesus as your personal Lord and Savior, we also hope that you seek Him out. He is eagerly awaiting you because he loves you. Just come to Him as you are, unchanged. He prefers us more that way. Take out your Bible and turn to John 3:16. start there. We will live eternally; this is a fact.
Please take care of things for them, prayer warriors. complete love