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Debra Lee Trammell

January 7, 1955 — September 28, 2015

Debra Lee Trammell, Debra Lee, of Springboro, Ohio, passed away suddenly at her home and went to meet her Savior, Monday, September. 28, 2015.

Debbe was born January 7, 1955 in Dayton, OH to the late Jack and Magdalene (Woody) Ball. Debbe is survived by her husband of 37 years, R. Ken Trammell and their 15-year old son Siler of Springboro, God Daughter Sheri Florian of San Antonio, TX, nephews Mykel and Rusty Baird of Oneida, TN, great nephew Ruger Baird of Oneida, and great nieces Carys and Alayna Baird also of Oneida, two special "daughters" Jessica and Erin Langford,  and an extended family and friends across the country and world.

 Debbe was a 1973 graduate of West Carrollton High School. Her faith and her family were the most important things in her life. She was a member of the French Broad Baptist Church in Seymour, Tennessee. Debbe touched many lives, left them all better, and brought joy and laughter to all who knew her. Debbe had an amazing life and career. She followed Ken around throughout his career and made the most of her many homes. Debbe loved to decorate her own home and was always asked for her advice by friends and family. Her artistry adorns many of the finer homes and offices in Albany, Georgia and she was featured on the cover of Southern Living Magazine and in several other magazines and articles.

 A visitation immediately followed by a memorial service will be held at Tobias Funeral Home, Dayton, OH 4-6 PM Friday, Oct. 2.

 An additional service will be held at Pine Knot Funeral Home, Sunday, Oct. 4, at 2:00 p.m. and she will be laid to rest at the T. Chitwood Cemetery. Visitation will be from 12 noon until time for services on Sunday.

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