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Deborah Ann "Debbie" Murray
Date of Death: February 3, 2021
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National Autism Association
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Deborah Ann “Debbie” Murray, 62, of Stephens City, VA passed away Wednesday, February 3, 2021, at Winchester Medical Center. Debbie was born in 1958 in Washington, DC, daughter of Ralph Murray of Stephens City, VA, and the late Mildred Murray. She attended Winston Churchill High School in Potomac, MD, was an ordained Minister, and was …
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April left a message on February 9, 2021:
Gone but never forgotten 💔 Always will remember all the good times in potomac going fishing singing me and my old black crow!! Riding dirt bike, hollering for the cats at feeding time HERE KITTY KITTY KITTY!! Lots of laughs! Fly high love u
Amanda left a message on February 9, 2021:
You will never be forgotten! All the memories we shared, the laughs. Teaching all the kids “bad” habits. You were more then an aunt you were a friend when we needed you the most. You brought so many people together and made friendships to last a lifetime. We will miss you. We love you.
Priscilla Allen left a message on February 9, 2021:
Aunt Debbie's mischievous smile and laugh is what I'll always remember! So many cookouts and trips I was blessed enough to be part of with her! My prayers are with all of you
Christina Rainey left a message on February 9, 2021:
Forever Loved, Forever Missed and Always in my Heart. Rip my Guardian Angel.
April left a message on February 6, 2021:
You were one of my biggest role models! Taken too soon 😪 I will never forget all our funny and crazy times! Love u and miss u
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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