Deborah Meyer Louden, 63, passed away Tuesday, March 17, 2020, in Hospice Savannah, after a long illness.
She was a native of Albany, GA, and a graduate of DeRenne Christian Academy, May 1974. She attended Baptist Bible College, Springfield, MO. She was a dedicated employee of Belk of Savannah for 21 years. Before working at Belk, she worked at several different banks in Savannah. She was a team manager for Team Savannah for the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, GA. Debi lived by the saying, “Life is too short not to shimmer”.
She was preceded in death by her father, George Meyer. She is survived by her son, Clayton Meyer Louden, wife Yovanna, mother, Edith Meyer, Sisters, Brenda Peacock (Robert), Theresa Lewis (Robert), Brothers, Glenn Meyer (Cathy), Greg Meyer (Darlene), Phil Meyer (Alicia) and several nieces, nephews, great nieces, and great nephews.
A private family visitation will be held Wednesday, March 18. A private family graveside service will be held at Ash Branch Church, Thursday, March 19, at 11:00 a.m. Dr. Roe Porter will officiate. The family will plan a celebration of life service for friends and family at a later date.
Pall Bearers: Clayton Louden, Glenn Meyer, Greg Meyer, Phil Meyer, Robert Peacock, Wayne Wells
Honorary pall bearers: Robert Lewis, Matt Jeffcoat, Aaron Meyer, Christopher Meyer, Jacob Wells, Thomas Wells
In lieu of flowers, the family asks donations to be sent to Hospice Savannah.
I can't begin to share with you how much Debi has meant in my life. She brought her life knowledge to everything we did at work and personal daily life. In hard times she took the meaning of friend to a whole new level. Infectious laughter and beauty followed her daily. I don't think she ever met a stanger who wasn't drawn into her life filled with love and enthusiasm. When I needed her the most she was there for me. I am so truly thankful I knew her not only as a manager but friend. She will be missed in my heart and never forgotten. Heaven has been bless with a beautiful angelic soul. I know she has struggled so hard. I know without a doubt she is finally at peace.
- Connie rushing, savannah, GA
Debi was a strong, courageous woman and an amazing mentor. I’ll hold her memory close to my heart and I will be forever grateful that I knew her. I truly admired Debi’s strength and elegance through the last two years. Debi never questioned our God and her grace through this journey is her living testimony. My son, Brock and I would like to extend our deepest sorrows to Debi’s family. We are so sorry for your loss.
- Cherilyn and Brock Hae, Savannah, GA
Those memories of Debi will always make me smile. While we met less than two years ago, Debi’s amazing zest has been a pleasure to my life. Her grace, strength and courage was unmatched. As a mentor, she was always encouraging and as a friend, Debi was true. She was a beautiful soul full of glitz. May her light continue to shine. My deepest and heartfelt prayers of comfort to Debi’s family.
- Nicole DuVall, Boca Raton, FL
We would like to extend our heartfelt prayers & condolences to the Meyer/Louden family. We had the pleasure of co-working with Ms Debi @ Belk for quite a few years. She always fabulous, always spunky, and so positive about life, her family & the love of God. Ms Debi was a beautiful person with a big personality. May God rest her soul, bless her family & be your comfort during this difficult time. Thank you Ms Debi for your fabulosity & kindness.
- Ms Angel Scott & Mrs China (Smith) Beard, Savannah , GA
To the Louden family, Debi was such a fun person with a huge smile for everyone. She will be missed by all who knew her.
- Teri Grayson, Savannah, GA
Rip Deborah louden
- Lopez family, Orange county, California
RIP. The most loving and happy person I have ever know! She will surely be missed by all who were lucky enough to be part of her life! Love you like a sister!
- Linda Rogers Wiggins, PEMBROKE, GA
- Khadijah Hunter, Port Wentworth, GA
Debi was a wonderful mentor and motivator. So many people will miss her great smile and spunky attitude. Bless her soul.
- Danielle Page, Alamogordo, NM
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
- A Private Service Will Be Held