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Deborah Ann McReynolds, 66, of Raytown, Missouri passed October 10, 2019 at home, from brain cancer. A Celebration of Life will be held at 2:00pm, Saturday, November 2, 2019 at Martin Luther Lutheran Church, Lee’s Summit, Missouri.
Debbi was born on April 25, 1953 in Chandler, Arizona. She received her Associates degree from Northwood University, West Baden, Indiana. She was an avid and talented sewer. Debbi was active in the American Sewing Guild. She was the past regional manager for the wedding department at Dillards. She also managed the wedding department at her family’s jewelry store in Indiana.
Survivors include husband James M. (Mike) McReynolds; parents Ronald Earl and Wanda Rose James of Columbus, Indiana; son Ryan James Shultz of Houston, Texas and Erick Kyle Shultz of Lenexa, Kansas; two grandchildren; 1 niece; and sister Michele Lee Brown of Columbus, Indiana.
Memorial contributions are suggested to St Luke’s Hospice.
Tina McReynolds says
Thank you for always showing me so much of your incredible love. I thoroughly enjoyed the long chats we had. You’re one person who never got annoyed listening to me talk about Disney and I loved hearing about the gifts you’d made your beautiful grandchildren. You’ll be so very missed ??
Joan Shriver says
Debbi, what a hole this has put in our lives. You are such a good Christian friend, a talented seamstress and a good friend! I know, now that you have no pain and are with our Lord. Rest in peace, Debbi.
Barbara Page-Stocks Daly says
Debbie, you will be missed. You were so creative; making a difference in the sewing world. Your quilts were beautiful. My choir and I have been praying for you every week since you became ill. We will keep doing so when we meet at church to sing together.
Lori Postlethwait says
Debbi, I don’t even know how to express my grief over your passing. I’m just relieved that you are no longer suffering. It has been my honor to call you friend. And you will always be my friend. Your last text to me on my phone on Mother’s Day will remain there forever. My sincere condolences to your husband and sons. They are truly blessed to have had you in their lives-as are all of your many friends. You will always be in my heart.
River Amor says
Debbi, I have only known you for six years. In those six years you have made me feel comfortable and loved. I enjoyed our family get togethers. Not only are you a great seamstress but a great cook. You were a great person to me. I am glad I had the honor of knowing you. God bless you and your family. River Amor
Dar Sessions Wood says
Debbi, I am so sorry to learn today of the loss of your life here. I spoke with Mike, and he told me about your passing. I am in shock. You were one of the funniest and most fun of the friends I knew: I will miss you terribly, my friend. I am so grateful Mike will stay in your home, and that some of you–and the dogs–will remain. I so enjoyed our talks through all the years, and I am so grateful that your pain is at an end. May all who knew you be comforted by witnessing your kind and gentle life. I know you loved Mike and your sons to the bottom of every single cell of your being. May your love live on in them. May God be with you. May heaven be yours. May we meet again, my friend. What a darker world we now live in since the loss of you. You will live in my heart and memory. Dar xo