Deborah Kay Polk, 67 of Cabot, Arkansas went to be with our Lord on Tuesday, February 14, 2023. She was born in Warren, Arkansas on March 7, 1955 to the late William Arvel and Letha Blanche Johnston.
She is also preceded in death by her brother Willie John Johnston, and 5 sisters: Erma Jean Johnston, Wilma Dean Gasch, Glenda Ann Roachell, Reba Sue Johnston and Shirley Faye Johnston.
She is survived by her brother Charlie Everette Johnston of Rose Bud, and 2 sisters; Verna Mae Hunter of Warren and Mattie Jane Cotton of North Little Rock as well as a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Debbie retired after working with Pulaski County Medical Exchange for 30 years as an emergency phone operator.
Our Aunt Debbie was kind hearted, sweet, loving and would do anything for anyone if she could. She didn’t have any children of her own but she had a lot of nieces, nephews and great-nieces and nephews that she loved like they were her own. Debbie always loved being around her family and loved to laugh. She will truly be missed.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, February 25th from 10am to 12 pm at
ABC Arkansas; 6 Collins Industrial Place, North Little Rock, AR 72113.
Arrangements by A Natural State Funeral Service 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076. 501-982-3400. Online guestbook available at www.anaturalstatefuneralservice.com
She was a very special person. She made me laugh, when she told me about her antics at Wrestling matches! Lord how she loved them! Although she never actually had children, She was a mother to all the children in her family. In her heart she was their mother. She would tell me all about them, and about how much she loved all the parties and cook outs !! I will always remember her. Thank you for being my friend and you will always be in my heart Kay!
I have many fond memories of Aunt Debbie & Aunt Peggy growing up. Much love!!
Debbie was a great person, she had a heart as big as the universe is wide. She would help anyone if she could she believe in family and treaded all the same no matter how they treated her. She loved kids and wanted to have but she could not so she did a lot of babysitting and they became her kids she treated her nieces, nephews and great-nieces and nephews was also her kids. She love to cook and at he family reunions everyone love to eat what she brought to the table. She will be greatly missed by the ones that loved her and I will miss her the most.
I,ll always remember the trouble Aunt Blanche had getting Debbie to go to school in the first grade.. She would get sick every morning until her mother would keep her home. In 30 minutes she was fine. Her Mother finally laid the law down, Your going to school. She gave up and went to school, Funny now, Was not funny to her Mother..RIP Debbie,,