Debra Ennis

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  1. Farewell my friend. In our five and a half years as neighbors and brief time as young moms, we shared good times, bad times, sad times, and lastly, fun times. Glad we got to laugh together one more time in April. Heartfelt condolences to Randy and family.
    Sherry Brazil Fisher

  2. She was in my younger brothers class. I actually met her on Facebook. I admired her humor, quick wit, and her simple honesty.

  3. Our condolences to Randy and the family. I knew of Debi through my husband’s class reunions but began being friends when she moved to New Braunfels and became my neighbor. I will miss her greatly. She was a hoot to be with. She was funny, witty, spunky, outspoken when she needed to be yet, thoughtful, caring and loving. Always thinking of others, but most importantly the love and care for her family. I will miss saying Hi Neighbor when I was leaving the house and she was sitting on the porch. Thank you Debi for sharing of yourself to many especially those you help with your giving with not knowing who they were. A heart of GOLD you were to them. Thank you Debi for always being you. Until we see each again..

  4. Oh Debi, I’m so grateful for the many fun, crazy, precious memories I have of our visits, lunches, trips. I prayed so hard the last several months for you and Randy. Our hearts are broken and I know Randy and family will have a void forever without your presence. Bigger than life presence. Just one of a kind. So thankful for the beach trips, the watching of Yellowstone trips, the haunted tour trip Sheryl and I got to share with you. You are our Sassy, Classy and a bit Smart Assy Gal! Heavy on the Smart Assy! Til we meet again…Love You !

  5. How I miss her daily texts just checking up on us. I even miss her middle of the night texts! She was a one-of-a-kind person and friend. She was always ready for fun even when she wasn’t feeling great. We had already made plans to watch Yellowstone on November 13. TL and I will still watch it with tears in our eyes, no doubt, in her honor.

    I will miss you, my friend, but I’ll never forget you. You’ll live on in your family’s and friends’ memories.

  6. I’m glad I knew Debi in high school. She had such a fun sense of humor. Always trying to help people around her to have fun. I also enjoyed getting back in touch with her on FB. We had some laughs remembering old times and good friends.
    Debi you will be missed.
    God bless your family during this trying time.
    Patricia West Jackson

  7. Debi and I have been friends since the 6th grade. We shared lots of good times and laughs. The memory that I like to think about is when we were in the senior play. She played a character named Alice Robinson and I was Mr. Higbee…Rest Well Alice..Love, Mr. Higbee.

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