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Deborah Sue Winters, age 71

Deborah Sue Winters, 71, of Cabot passed away on February 24, 2020.  She was born in Green Bay, Wisconsin to the late Harriet Winters on December 15, 1948.

She is preceded by her mother Harriet Winters, a son , her brothers Don Winters and Bill Winters and family friend Cynthia K. Jones.

She is survived by her daughter Jennifer Jordan; her grandson Anthony Jordan; her siblings Jack Winters, and Mark Worthington; her niece and nephews Joan Odrey, Danny Winters, Doug Winters, Chris Winters; her dear friends Mona Boren, Bette Biers, Cherie Bryan, Pamela Denny and Teri Johnson.

Arrangements are entrusted to A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas.

5 Comments

  • Terri Posted February 27, 2020 1:39 PM

    Jennifer and Anthony, I want you to know that your mom/grandma was so peaceful in the end. I really liked her a bunch and will miss her. I learned more from her in the last 2 weeks than ever before. Stay strong in God and He will heal your grief.

  • Jennifer Posted February 29, 2020 1:11 AM

    Now you can tip toe through your garden of serene serenity. How you loved the garden! Not only did you love the garden you always enjoyed being adventurous. You always kept busy doing something if it wasn’t parachuting and coming in on your butt, it was hang gliding, camping, rock climbing, riding the dunes, skiing (water and snow). The most recent things you wanted to do was to ‘Zip Line’ on your 70th birthday. This was a great laugh for me. It’s like seeing your grandmother in a v-dub. But in all honestly its great, just do be careful. You ended up not completing this adventure on your bucket list because as I told you it’s WINTER.

  • Jennifer Posted February 29, 2020 1:12 AM

    My mother, you were also very creative in the market place and just for the fun of it. As a child it was stringing popcorn up for Christmas or baking cookies to leave out for old St. Nick. We made cookie ornaments and red paper chains. Always a sweet tooth for something; brownies and pudding cakes. Later, it was graphic design. I taught you how to create art though digital programs and we later even took a class in college together. We also attended a psychology class together. Remember when we gave the Instructor a run for his money. He just couldn’t wrap his head around how we were introverted people. Good class, good class! Trust me, we had loads of fun when we had fun.

  • Jennifer Posted February 29, 2020 1:13 AM

    My mother was a Steely Dan, Cat Stevens, Rickie Lee Jones fan amongst other various artists. She even knew how to play the banjo. I suppose we should have figured out how to play music together.
    We may not have been close, but we were closer than you think.
    Love you mom may you forever Rest In Peace with your wings spread wide open across the sky, catching the wind and letting it take you anywhere you want to go. Even now you are on a new adventure.

    Your Daughter,
    Jennifer

  • cindy jones Posted March 16, 2020 10:16 AM

    Dear family I have such fond memories a Debbie. When we were younger and she would come over with Jennifer. She was so Glamorous and worldly. I remember looking up to her. She and my mom were best Pals. I’m sure they got in a lot of trouble behind the scenes. Jennifer was one of the family. Summertime swimming in the pool everyone hanging out, these were very good times. We just moved to California when Debbie and Jennifer came into our lives. We felt that we had made it house with a swimming pool living in California. This time is Frozen in my mind timeless laughing. Behind the scenes I’m sure the adults had other stuff they were worried about. But in flashes of sunshine I see Debbie smiling face she and my mom laughing. And scheming. I wish you freedom in the next place. I feel gratitude for having met you and Jennifer

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