Debra Rumsey Obituary, Death – At the age of 65, Debra Lee Rumsey, who resided in Waverly, unexpectedly passed away at her residence on the Saturday, December 3, 2022. Her family, including her parents, Claude H. and Lula Lattimer Rumsey, her sister Hazel McLean, and her brother Donald Rumsey, all went before she did. Her departure was preceded by all of them. Their departure came before hers, in chronological order. She was the only member of her family to have reached an advanced age and she was the only one who did.
She was the only member of her family to have lived to a ripe old age, and she was also the only one who accomplished this feat.
Judy (Charles) Harbst and Claude (Jan) Rumsey, both of whom reside in Texas and Arizona respectively, are the only two of Debra’s siblings who are still in existence. In addition, she is survived by her children Stacey (Vince) Thorp and Leigh (Jennifer) Ramsey, both of Waverly; her brother-in-law Mike McLean of Rome, New York; her grandchildren Megan and Derek Thorp as well as Kateylne, Jordan, and Noah Hughes; and her great-grandson Noah Hughes.
She is also survived by her brother-in-law Mike McLean of Rome, New York. In addition to her other descendants, she is survived by her great-grandson Noah Hughes. It is possible that the neighborhood of Mitchel Field, which is found in the state of New York, was directly responsible for the delivery of Debra. She was an attentive and hard-working mother who devoted her life to taking care of her family and did everything she could to provide for them. She committed her entire life to taking care of her family and did everything she could to provide for them.
She had a couple of years of experience working for Ames in Sayre prior to making the transition to Rynones in Waverly. Her experience encompasses both retail and administrative work, so her background is rather diverse. She filled her spare time with pursuits such as collecting wolves, dream catchers, and bears, in addition to handcrafting things such as jewelry in her spare time. She also collected bears.