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Debra Glasner

January 24, 1953 — May 7, 2024

Debra Glasner

Debra Kay Glasner, 71, retired Americold Logistics Scheduler/Dispatcher, passed away Tuesday, May 7, 2024. Debra was born January 24, 1953 to the late Ray and Carol Cox. She was also preceded in death by sons, Beau and Wakley Ramey and her brothers, Fred and Michael "Pancho" Cox. Debra is survived by her Husband, Jeff Ramey; sons, Jeffrey-Rey and wife Billie-Jo Kalchbrenner, John and wife Jovy Ramey, Rick and wife Karen Klestinez; daughters, Christy and husband Nick Harvey-Phillips, Anna and husband Jeff Buss, Eva and husband Robert Hayes and Rebecca Ramey; brothers, Dwight Cox, Joseph Cox, James Cox, John Cox and sisters, Alice Close, Sandy Hanlon and Billie Kornegay. Her grandchildren, Tobyn, Landon, Yumi, Jennifer, Stephen, Desiree, Tradeana, Shea, Taylor, Tori, Claire, Beau, Gabi, Ivan and Brenna and numerous great-grandchildren also survive her. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at a later date. Debra will be missed by her family and and all that knew her.

Debbie brought laughter and sunshine back into a gloomy house.
Restored hope into hearts needing her then & now.
She accepted a crazy challenge with determination and grit.
She saw past the surface and cared about what’s hid.
She was a friend to the lonely and an encouraging voice.
She didn’t tolerate less than and stood firm in her choice.
She shined love in the darkness and sparkled cheerfully in the sun.
She was a safe place to go no matter what wrong was done.
She never gave up until the hardship turned around;
refused to believe it wasn’t possible somehow.
She had a mighty way of calming the seas;
raging waves receded in tranquility.
She chuckled at life with a wide, sheepish grin.
Water rolled off her back despite storms she was in.
She shared her mind honestly with plain clarity
and nothing ever changed her fierce loyalty.
She fought her battles with a stubborn belief;
ignored limits that others often feed.
She was an amazing mother to her precious girl.
-She had lots of love and always wanted more.
She became the love of his life to a lost, Lion Dad,
and the most beautiful mom to his rambunctious kids.
She made a powerful impact on all she knew.
She is forever irreplaceable and living through
all the lives she touched in her singular way
that made them shine a little brighter from the investment she made.
Our Debbie brought laughter and sunshine back into a gloomy house.
Her lasting legacy overflows from hearts missing her now.
-E.R. 5/2024


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