Debbie

August 2, 1966 ~ June 2, 2020

Born in: Scottsburg, IN
Resided in: Edmonton, KY

Debra Kay (Debbie) England age 53 of Edmonton passed away Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at T.J. Samson Community Hospital in Glasgow.   she was the daughter of the late Reid Jessie and Helen Phelps Jessie of Edmonton who survives.    Debbie was a homemaker and loved working on the farm.     Besides her mother she is survived by a son Lonnie Dale England of Edmonton.    Her fiancé Teddy Gibson of Edmonton.   A sister Carolyn Hatcher of Edmonton and a brother David (Bonnie) Jessie of Edmonton.    Her stepson Aaron England of Edmonton and several nieces and nephews. Besides her father she was preceded in death by her husband Lonnie England.     Funeral services for Debbie will be held 1:00 PM Saturday at Butler Funeral Home in Edmonton with burial in the Garrett Cemetery.  Visitation will be from 4:30 PM until 8:00 PM Friday and after 9:00 AM Saturday at the funeral home.    Due to the current Covid-19 crisis visitation and funeral services will be limited to no more than 33  people at any one given time.    Butler Funeral Home is both honored and privileged to be entrusted with care of Debbie England.    Please share your condolences with the family at www.butler-funeralhome.com.

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  1. My cousin Debbie and I shared alot of good times as I was growing up on the ridge before she even got married and became a mom to Lonnie dale. She was always full of fun and laughter. I would always go visist her over the years but later years not so much. I still missed her and loved her very much. She was truly a bright light that will burn forever.

  2. This doesn’t seem real! Such a good woman! She is gonna be missed! Prayers for the family! 💔💔

  3. Helen, and family, so sorrow for your loss My prayers are our loving and merciful God will fill that void with blessings unnumbered.Cherrish the memories that you’ve created- they will sustain you in this difficult time.

  4. So sorry to hear of Debbie’s passing. You all are a loving and close family and i consider you all friends. God called her home and she is in her Heavenly Home now. Prayers for comfort as you lay her earthly body to rest.

  5. You will be truly missed! You always treated us like we were family. I remember the time Lonnie and I came and helped you clean out fence row you kept us laughing. You was so friendly and welcomed me in the family no matter what and that truly means alot to me.

  6. You will truly be missed. I will never forget the day Lonnie and I came and helped you clean out fence rows and you had us laughing and the talks we had that day. You treated us like we were family.

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