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  • Wednesday, January 21, 2015
    Our staff will continue to keep your family in our prayers.
    ~ Porter & Sons Funeral Home
    
Mrs. Debra Green
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Mrs. Green's services were held Saturday, January 17, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. at Porter and Sons' Funeral Home Chapel in Lexington, MS. Discourse was given by Brother Raymond O. Jackson and she was Interred into Greenlawn Cemetery in Lexington, MS.

Debra was born December 20, 1963 to Mary L. Alexander and Willis Alexander Jr. Debra was the 8th of 10 children. Even at a young age, she was known for her exciting and adventurous personality and thus came the name “Boo Jack”. Debra graduated from Lexington Attendance Center in 1981, earning her high school diploma and gaining recognition as a track star.

Debra “Boo Jack” moved to Chicago in 1983. In 1992 she married her sweetheart Otha B. Stewart.

Debra Ann had such a loving and caring spirit, she held various positions, all of which allowed her to interact and help people… something she loved to do. She enjoyed her position as a security guard and a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), where she took care of special needs patients.

In August of 2004, Debra married her longtime friend, Lonnie C. Gree.

Debra always had a desire to develop a relationship with God, and through encouragement from her friends, she started studying the Bible with Jehovah’s Witnesses and soon the truth of God’s word touched her heart.  She symbolized her dedication to Jehovah God and was baptized in 2005. As one of Jehovah’s Witnesses she continued to learn more about God’s word, the bible and his son Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior.

On Sunday, January 11, 2015, Debra Ann Green fell asleep in death.

Debra’s parents, Mary L and Willie, and her oldest brother Roosevelt all preceded her in death.

Debra Ann leaves to cherish her loving memories her husband; Lonnie C. Green, her daughter; Sherika Johnson (Timothy), two grandchildren; Ian Lovell and Kimora Theresa, her siblings; Florida Landfair (Robert), Dan Alexander (Wanda), Curtis Alexander (JoAnn), all of Chicago, IL, Deloris Toliver of Lexington, MS, Joe Nathan Alexander (Brenda) of Pickens, MS, Verdell Alexander (Linda) of Lexington, MS, Willis Alexander, III (Elizabeth) of Pickens, MS, and her other “sister/niece”; Tami Landfair-Jackson (Raymond), and her dear aunts; Elizabeth Robinson, Gladys Landfair, Edna Lee, and Louise Delaney, along with a host of relatives and close friends that will truly miss her. She was truly loved by many.