Debora Renee McLaughlin

October 18, 1958 – April 12, 2024

Debora Renee McLaughlin 1958-2024

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Keesha Jefferson Keesha Jefferson from Houston wrote on April 23, 2024 at 8:20 pm
Sending prayers to the family 😘
Shemika Curry Archie Shemika Curry Archie from Houston, Texas wrote on April 22, 2024 at 10:25 pm
I'm going to miss always making sure my daughter was good she always treated her as her own she was a great godparent who would go above and beyond we will truly miss her
Minister Gwendolyn Hawkins Minister Gwendolyn Hawkins from Houston wrote on April 21, 2024 at 8:46 pm
I like to give My condolences for the loss of your sister. Your mother your friend your Aunt, who she was to you. She was the wonderful, loving. Caring lady that I met with her sister and they loved each other and were close-knit family. She will be missed but she won't be forgotten
Renvia Harvey Roberson Renvia Harvey Roberson from Missouri City wrote on April 21, 2024 at 6:06 pm
My Dearest Friend Debra...I can remember the first time I meet you in 1975 at Jersey Village High School ...your beautiful smile greet me and we became friends. Our children became friends..Thank you for looking out for Phillip when ge attended the Daycare you worked for...those memories are so precious and forever in my heart. Rest In Heaven you will never be forgotten!!
Cedric L Malone Sr. Cedric L Malone Sr. from Katy wrote on April 21, 2024 at 8:23 am
My Dear sweet Sister in-law we always had a special bond that I could never forget you have always spoiled me made me smile and laugh and treated me like a baby brother i’m so heartbroken that you had to leave and move on…I will always hold you close to my heart! Life is so different now and I I have lost another piece to my puzzle! First my sister Myra and now you but I know one day I’ll see you and her again! I Love you Sis but I know God Loves you best ❤️ see y’all in the Morning.
Linda Hurt Linda Hurt from Houston wrote on April 20, 2024 at 9:51 pm
To my dear sister. It's hard to say good bye to you . I reach for the phone to call you., but I keep forgetting that you will never answer my call. You text early early in the morning "Are you woke ' if I was then we will talk for awhile. Heartbreaking. Love and Miss You.
Cutee L Hudson Cutee L Hudson from Houston wrote on April 20, 2024 at 4:02 pm
I pray that God will continue to strengthen and comfort all of you. He knows the pain and anger that death may cause. He understands. He promised He would be with you and bless you when you mourn. May the memories you have of Debra help you as go through this journey 🙏.
Sherea Taylor Sherea Taylor from Katy wrote on April 20, 2024 at 12:18 pm
My deepest condolences to all the family. She will always watch over you. Continuing to lift your family in prayer
Dawn Shephard Dawn Shephard from Houston wrote on April 20, 2024 at 7:28 am
Debora was such a sweet and kind person that kept a smile on her face. It will definitely be different visiting Mt. Zion with her not being there as a doorkeeper. The last time, I visited the church was November 5, 2023. As my husband and I was leaving, we saw her. She uttered such kind words to us as a couple that we will forever remember and hold dear to our hearts.❤️ Debora has ushered her way in to rest with Jesus! Until We Meet Again, ~Rev. Audry and Dawn Shephard~
KAREN MALONE KAREN MALONE from Katy wrote on April 20, 2024 at 2:34 am
I am not done expressing! Part 2 I know the comforting words others may say to cheer me up and to keep my focus on God, but for now, I want to feel as human as possible, knowing I will never speak to you again on this side of the Heavens. Take your rest. You have carried me all my life, now it's time for me to carry on until we meet again. I will try to be strong! JESUS! JESUS! JESUS!
KAREN MALONE KAREN MALONE from Katy wrote on April 20, 2024 at 2:26 am
My big sister, my friend, There is such a great void within my soul that cannot be replaced, nor do I want replaced at this moment. I miss you so much that I hurt. No pun intended! I find myself in between sadness and anger as I review the moments leading to your transition, and then I become lost in this sea of loneliness. My morning drive seems so long and mute. I don't like it one bit! I am trying not to be bitter, but I have not been successful.
Kanesha Malone (Shaka) Kanesha Malone (Shaka) from Katy wrote on April 19, 2024 at 7:39 pm
My Aunt , what a kind and gentle yet fierce soul . You always showed me care and love . I could call you at anytime and you would be there . You never judged me for anything I might’ve done . You always showed me grace. I want to thank you for EVERYTHING 💜💜💜I love you and will keep your spirit with me daily. I know we’re all energy and energy never cease . I’m so happy to know that you live on . Fly High 🕊️
Felicia Felicia from Fort worth wrote on April 19, 2024 at 7:26 pm
My beautiful aunt, the one that always had a compliment for me followed by something smart that we both would laugh about. As hard as it is to write RIP next to your name, I am content knowing you are no longer in pain. I love you beyond words and will miss you sincerely. ~ Your Beyonce (lol I will cherish that nickname from you)
Chakon Frazier Chakon Frazier from DIberville wrote on April 19, 2024 at 6:08 pm
Aunt Debora you will always be in my heart. I miss you very much. My memories of you were joyful, especially of you being a huge fan to a certain gospel singer who has recently passed. I will forever love you and may you rest in peace.
Caroline Jean Webster Frazier Caroline Jean Webster Frazier from DIberville wrote on April 19, 2024 at 5:59 pm
I love and miss you. My younger sister, you were a beautiful angel, always had kind words to say to a person that needed it the most. You always gave words of encouragement to everyone, and I will miss you.
Jennifer Starling Jennifer Starling from Porter wrote on April 19, 2024 at 10:25 am
To my beautiful Aunt/Godmother You have been like a second mother, loving, guiding and molding me. You truly have a heart of gold with a radiant spirit that has touched the lives of many people. It is hard to say goodbye, but I know the joy and memories you brought into my life will always live within me. God has you in his keeping and I have you in my heart! Rest beautifully! Jennifer Starling

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