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Celebrating the life of
Deborah Lea Farmer
February 21, 1955 - January 03, 2018
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date

I had the pleasure of knowing Deborah for over 40 years. She was a bright and very giving person who cared deeply for others and for her profession of serving them. Her passing is a loss to us all. May she now find rest and peace.

Bill O'Donnell, Norht Topsail Beach, NC

We are so sorry to hear of Deborah's passing. The Farmers were wonderful friends of ours for decades. Please accept our most sincere condolences.

Steve and Eleanor Blackmon, Washington, GA

I worked with Deborah at Dorothea Dix Hospital for several years, and she was also one of my psych nursing instructors at Wake Tech when I was in nursing school. She was a dedicated teacher and a staunch supporter of the hospital and the patients we served there. When I graduated nursing school in 2005, she gave me a portfolio that I still use at job interviews. I left Dix in 2007 and hadn't stayed in touch with Deborah, but am truly sorry to hear of her passing. My condolences to the family.

Amy Slaughter Price, Cary, NC

My condolences to your Family and please find encouragement from Jesus words at John 5:28 and visi www.Jw.org for more promises.

Henry, , GA

I'm truly sorry for your loss. Jehovah is a God of comfort and offers it through his word the Bible. A scripture I always find encouraging in times like these is Isaiah 25:8. I hope this thought helps bring you some relief during this difficult time.

R.G, Savannah, Ga

My condolences to the family. May you find comfort in the scripture at Revelation 21:4 and the website jw. org .

Niecy, Savannah, GA

Deborah Lea Farmer, 62, passed away Wednesday, January 3, 3018 at the home of her cousin Tanya Farmer Morrison in Savannah, GA.  Deborah, a child of a military father was born in Osaka, Japan to Forester Ray “F.R.” and Dorothy Farmer.  At the age of four, her family returned to the states settling in Martinez, GA.

She was a graduate of the University of Kentucky and the Medical College of Georgia. During her entire nursing career, Deborah was a passionate and dedicated medical professional working in the field of psychiatry nursing.  While living in Clayton, NC, Deborah was affiliated with Dix Hospital where she retired in 2015 after many years as a Nursing Professor.

Surviving are her uncle and aunt, Yancy Baxter “Y.B.” and Ann Farmer of Savannah and other relatives.

A celebration of life service for Deborah will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in memory of Deborah may be made to Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center, 302 Tortuga Lane, Surf City, NC 28445.

 

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I had the pleasure of knowing Deborah for over 40 years. She was a bright and very giving person who cared deeply for others and for her profession of serving them. Her passing is a loss to us all. May she now find rest and peace.

Bill O'Donnell, Norht Topsail Beach, NC

We are so sorry to hear of Deborah's passing. The Farmers were wonderful friends of ours for decades. Please accept our most sincere condolences.

Steve and Eleanor Blackmon, Washington, GA

I worked with Deborah at Dorothea Dix Hospital for several years, and she was also one of my psych nursing instructors at Wake Tech when I was in nursing school. She was a dedicated teacher and a staunch supporter of the hospital and the patients we served there. When I graduated nursing school in 2005, she gave me a portfolio that I still use at job interviews. I left Dix in 2007 and hadn't stayed in touch with Deborah, but am truly sorry to hear of her passing. My condolences to the family.

Amy Slaughter Price, Cary, NC

My condolences to your Family and please find encouragement from Jesus words at John 5:28 and visi www.Jw.org for more promises.

Henry, , GA

I'm truly sorry for your loss. Jehovah is a God of comfort and offers it through his word the Bible. A scripture I always find encouraging in times like these is Isaiah 25:8. I hope this thought helps bring you some relief during this difficult time.

R.G, Savannah, Ga

My condolences to the family. May you find comfort in the scripture at Revelation 21:4 and the website jw. org .

Niecy, Savannah, GA


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