Debra Patricia Ketterman, 67, passed away Saturday, January 15, 2022 in Savannah. She was born August 7, 1954 to the late Robert I. and Grace Rooks Ketterman. Debra graduated from Robert W. Groves High School, and worked for the Georgia Skin and Cancer Clinic for many years.
She is survived by her brother, Robert Ketterman (Antonio) of West Hollywood, California, and her sister, Carol Hodges of Savannah.
A private family service will be held at a later date.
Aunt Debi was always a part of my life. She was there for every holiday and event she was invited to. She's been such an integral part of my life that I was in high school before it dawned on me that we weren't actually related by blood. She was closer to me than a lot of the family I am related to ever was. She never failed to make me laugh. I'll miss her every day, not just because of who she was to me, but because of who she was to all of my little family.
- Lauren Sparks, Savannah, GA
Debi was not just a friend, she was a part of our family. I knew her for 13+ years and every time I spoke with her was amazing. She was caring, kind, loving, and a wonderful person. She will be truly missed. Our prayers and condolences to the family. We love you Debi and miss you.
- Sabrina, Giulia, and Scott Jones, Savannah, GA
Working with Debi for the past 11 years will always be a special time in my heart. There wasn’t a day that went by she didn’t make me laugh. Thank you, Debi for being helpful, happy, kind and funny. But most of all thank you for being my friend. I’ll miss you forever, and I know all your fur babies greeted you with open paws in Heaven. Mando loves you, Deb-O!
- Mandy Overstreet, Savannah , GA
I worked with Debi many years ago at Ken & Candi's BBQ and at Georgia Skin & Cancer Clinic. She was so sweet and had a wonderful sense of humor. I am sorry for her family's and friend's loss. RIP
- Beth Stills, Savannah, Georgia
I worked with Debi at Georgia Skin and Cancer Clinic, and she was always such a delightful person to be around. She had a way of making you laugh, even when you didn’t want to. She will surely be missed.
- Ashley Deloach, Rincon, GA
Ma debi was always so sweet to me in the short time I knew her. I worked with her at Georgia skin and cancer clinic she was always asking you how you were and making you laugh. Such a sweet kind soul.
- Holly keller, Pooler, Georgia
So sorry for u ur loss. Love u Ms Debbi I will always remember the sweet lady that u where. Fly high pretty lady!
- Christine, Ellabel, Ga
It was a pleasure knowing Debi Cakes. I’m happy to have known Debi as a friend and co-worker. I will always remember hearing your voice say “Hump Day Yeah!”
- Marsha Pierce, Savannah , GA
We will remember Aunt Debi for her infectious smile and laugh, witty sense of humor and kind heart. Gone but never forgotten. We are deeply sorry for your loss.
- Valerie & Carmen, Savannah, Ga
Sending lots prayers and hugs to the family of Debbie . Love you Debbie ! She will truly be missed .
- Glenda Johnson, Savannah , GA
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
- A Private Service Will Be Held