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Deborah Lynn Fleming

Deborah Lynn Fleming “Debbie”, 59, of Camp Verde entered into Heaven Sunday March 13, 2016.  She was born and raised in Phoenix and made Camp Verde her home several years ago.  Throughout her life, Debbie lived life to the fullest and to her own beat.  She loved the Native American culture and immersed herself wholeheartedly in every way - including her “famous” fry-bread.  She had a unique sense of humor and a heart of gold - always remembering birthdays and special dates.  Those who knew her, loved her and will greatly miss the random things that she would say.  In life, she was hit with things, but she hit them back three times harder. She battled a hard fight against cancer and although she lost that fight, her spirit never backed down and still remains. Survivors include her daughters Mirya Rigsby and Miranda Smith; Sons-in-law William George and Joshua Smith; Grand-daughter Serenity; Grand-sons Odysseus, Landon and Ethan; Parents Pete and Martha Mckenzie; Sisters Cathy Nelson, Terrie Davis, Lisa Davis and Sonja Mckenzie and Brothers Jimmy and Daran “Blue” Davis.  Debbie came from a very large close-knit family that includes nieces, nephews, aunts and close friends Dale Puricelli and Joseph St. Arnauld. She is preceded in death by her natural father Lonnie Fleming. A “Celebration Of Life” will be held at the Camp Verde town hall in the Ramada area on Thursday, March 17 @12:30.

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Sonja McKenzie on Tuesday, March 15, 2016 5:51 PM
Debbie, you are my oldest sister and you have taught me a lot in life and now you are teaching me about death. It's so difficult to express how I feel because I have so many different emotions going on right now. I do know for certain that there will be a void in my life from losing you. We've had our moments, some bad but mostly good and I've never known a person who had so much to give. Even on your deathbed you still thought about me and made me a keychain, that means more to me than anything else I this world and I'll treasure it forever. I can't wait to see you again, I already miss you so much. I love you big sister, be with Jesus and rest in peace.
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Victor Gonzalez on Tuesday, March 15, 2016 6:52 PM
Debbi was very special to us, since the day I met her I knew she was someone I could trust and talk to even though I might here what I need to in a not so polite way that's what we call the Debbi KISS, of truth. I will always keep the beautiful gifts she hand crafted for me as a part of her. I will miss you Debbi I thank you for helping Ashley the times you did even if she was a As****** close family will no what that means. Love you beautifu,l and now I know for sure God takes only the best.
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Anne Andreas on Tuesday, March 15, 2016 8:22 PM
To Debbie and her Family The world's going to miss your love and laughter and you're going to outshine All of the Angels . Holding you and your family in Heart and Prayers
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Linda Sue Brott on Wednesday, March 16, 2016 5:46 PM
My thoughts and Prayers go out to Sonja and her family!
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Deloris. on Wednesday, March 16, 2016 7:07 PM
Debbie was one of my favorite cousins growing up. Still is. She will be greatly missed. oSime of the things i will miss is her free spirit. Always happy. An one of the biggest kiss fans i knew. I will always have you in my heart cousin Debbie.
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Brenda Hight on Wednesday, March 16, 2016 7:08 PM
My Cousin Debbie New How To Live Life To The Fullest And That Will Be How I Will Remember You Always You Were Always Full Of Joy An Happiness An You Always Always Had The Biggest Smile An The Biggest Kiss Collection I Have Ever Seen In My Life I Love You Debbie May The Lord Be With Our Family Always Hugs An Kisses Love You Always An ForEver :( :(
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