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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Debra Ann Snow

1953 - 2021

Fort Mitchell, Alabama

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Debra Ann Snow, 67, of Fort Mitchell, Alabama passed away Tuesday, April 13, 2021 at Piedmont Hospital in Columbus, Georgia.

Ms. Snow was born November 15, 1953 in Schenectady, New York to Daniel Leon Patton and Doris Ruth Dumas Hill.  She worked as a phlebotomist. 

Ms. Snow is survived by her father, Daniel Patton of Albuquerque, NM; mother, Doris Hill of Glendale, CA; two brothers, Gene (Valerie) Patton of Pittsburgh, CA and Jason Patton of Albuquerque, NM;  two daughters, ToscA Manix and fiance` Nicholas Burzynski of Fort Mitchell, AL  and Dawnava Nielsen of Spokane, WA; grandchildren, McKenzie Collins, Natasha Collins, Daylynn Littlejohn, Savana Manix and two great-grandchildren. Preceding her in death is a grandson, Dakota Manix.

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Love Austin

April 18, 2021 7:33 PM

Thank you for being in my life and helping my mom and helping when my grandma passed away I wish we would've got to spend more time together and done more things but thank you love you -Austin

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Kristy Marie, your AngelGirl

April 18, 2021 7:25 PM

I want to thank you Debbie for being so significant in my life for most of my life. I love you and miss you beyond explanation. I hope you are safe with Lori and Mom Flying free. ❤️ Your AngelGirl
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Melissa Wood- niece

April 15, 2021 10:07 PM

Debbie, your smile and fun personality always made a dull room a bit brighter. You will be missed. We love you!

DARRELL KELLY

April 14, 2021 9:51 PM

When I Was a teenager in the mid 70s I played guitar in a rock n roll band that Debbie sang in...Yes everyone she was a good singer too. As time went on she and my cuz the bass player, became an item. They got married awhile later. And she became family and although the family band ended and we went our separate ways, I would always be her guitar player. Due to the fact as she was my first of many female singers I would have in subsequent bands. If you knew Debbie then you knew her quick sharp wit. The impact that she had upon me., I find still nearly 50 years later. Thinking about the 70s and how this teenage boy guitar player found out thru rock n roll. That to never under estimate the impact that 1 human being could have on anothers.. All I can say now is Thank you Debbie for allowing me to be a part of your life and for creating your legacy with my cuz..And......if I can request 1 tiny thing. Ask around and get a good amplifier ther in heaven. When I arrive at my passing I'd like to be your guitar player again.. Kisses and tears
Darrell Kelly. 4/21

Kelly Ware

April 14, 2021 7:36 PM

Momma D Don and I both loved ya very much! As I have seen since august ya and your daughter and son in law are family real family. The ones we could call any time. I got to share many laughs with you and I will NEVER forget you!! Lisa and I loved your life loved your spirit. We are gonna miss ya! This isn’t good bye. It’s see you later!! We will see ya again one day!! We love you thank you for always being there and caring thru the time ya blessed our lives.

Don, kelly and Kennedy.

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