Condolences for Deborah Louise Snyder Thompson

Marilyn Morton posted on 3/13/20

I'm so sorry to hear about the passing of Debbie.I had the pleasure of working with her for several years,Debbie was a good peraon R.I.P..

 

Jessica Russell posted on 3/11/20

Rest in Paradise Debbie you will be missed

 

Maxine Spratley-Langhorne posted on 3/10/20

Rest In Peace Debbie

 

 

Juanita Franklin posted on 3/10/20

Thank you for giving that extra push I needed. You will always be in our hearts and memories . Rest In Heaven.

 

Shantel Mayfield posted on 3/10/20

R.I.HEAVEN Ms. Debbie. Continuing to pray for your family and friends. Rest well...

 

Shantel Mayfield posted on 3/10/20

R.I.HEAVEN Ms. Debbie. You will be missed. Continuing to pray for your friends and family. Rest well...

 

 

Donna Dickson posted on 3/10/20

Debbie i will miss you. i enjoyed working with you over the years .My deepest sympathies go out to your family. May God give you the peace that you seek.

 

Mandy Greene posted on 3/10/20

Rest In Peace. You are wonderful and will be greatly missed!

 

Ella Lundy posted on 3/10/20

So sorry for you loss. Ms. Debbie hired me as a student cashier when I was High school back in 2007. Sending my condolences and prayers to the family.

 

Alzina Skinner posted on 3/10/20

Rest in peace Debbie. You will be missed by all that knew you and worked with you. Zina and Dave Skinner

 

 

Melanie Niebuonrit posted on 3/10/20

Rip Debbie I am sure you look beautiful with your Angel wings, God Bless your family, until we reunite again. Melanie

 

Celena Osborne posted on 3/10/20

Mrs Debbie. You will surely be missed! Thank you for being a great mentor through all the years I was blessed to spend working with you. I also loved playing words with friends with you, even though you beat me every time with words I didn’t even know! Rest In Peace until we meet again!

 

 

Michelle Strang posted on 3/10/20

Mrs. Debbie. You and I bonded over the time I spent at the commissary. You took me in like a daughter. I’ll never forget anything you taught me. You helped me grow and become a stronger more independent woman. I remember late nights laughing our butts off decorating the commissary end caps and you yelling at me for walking on the freezers. But we won each year. People at work called you my mom and I am honored to of had that view from others. You are an amazing light that I know when the sunshine’s the brightest during the day it’s because of you. I’ll Miss you. Until we meet again.

 

 

Eunice Ross posted on 3/9/20

My Condolences to the Family

 

Kelly Huls posted on 3/9/20

Rest In Peace Ms. Debbie

 

 

Rosa Seawell posted on 3/9/20

You'll be forever in my heart, my dear friend, until we meet again.