Deborah Evans Golden Davis

March 13, 1954 - December 09, 2020

Obituary for Deborah Evans Golden Davis

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Deborah Evans Golden Davis born March 13, 1954 to Mildred Evans (Davis) and Oliver Evans, Sr. She has gone to walk with her lord, Jehovah at sunsetting hours of December 9 2020.
Deborah graduated from Hirschi High school in 1972. After high school, through the encouragement of her maternal grandmother, Aileen Brown, she attended nursing school with the nuns of Bethania Hospital. Upon receiving her Nurse pinning, Deborah went on to work at Bethania Hospital. After a few years, Deborah moved on from the hospital. She was employed at numerous assisted living facilities in Wichita Falls. Deborah was also employed by the family tow truck service business. She helped her mother, Mildred, with the many business ventures her mother took on. Deborah helped to run the family burger restaurant and a hair supply and accessories shop. She also drove for the WFISD school bus service. In her later years, she was struck with many ailments and was not able to continue in the work force. However, she picked up a new and possibly most rewarding career of being a grandma. All persons whom she came in contact with were touched by her beautiful, loving, caring spirit and uplifting smile.

Deborah was preceded in death by her father Oliver Evans, Mother, Mildred Dunbar, her husband Michael Davis, her sister Kay Evans, and her granddaughter, Skye Escobedo.

She leaves behind her brothers, Oliver Evans, Jr. Danny Evans, Christopher Davis, and Charles Evans, Courtney Davis, Peggy Kelley, Stacy Evans, her three Sons DeSorrow Golden (Carrolton, TX), Tory Golden, and Michael Phillips; Grandson, Malik Golden, Granddaughter Malani Golden.

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A beautiful person inside and out. Love and miss you Deborah. Until Jehovah says rise, rest.
- David Kines
I love this woman she was my mother as well, sorry to see her go, but God wanted his angel back home. To my brother Tory you and your family are in my prayers my brother, love ya be blessed.
- William craft
Deborah was such a good friend to me, in high school. She was a kind, beautiful soul. Sincere condolences to her family.
- Nadine Fancher
My heartfelt condolences to the family. I had an opportunity to have Debra in my life as a friend and a co-worker. She was a loving and caring nurse, and constantly spoke about her family. She will truly be missed. Heavenly rest Deb. Cheryl Lynn
- Cheryl Jordan

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