Deborah Carter Anderson

Deborah Carter AndersonMrs. Deborah Elise Carter Anderson, age 58 of 8622 Old Jefferson Hwy. Woodbine, Ga., passed away peacefully at her residence on Thursday, October 3rd, 2013 surrounded by her loved ones.

Mrs. Anderson was born August 28th, 1955 in Fernandina Beach, Florida. She is the daughter of the late Oscar and Emma Jeanette Anderson Carter. Debbie always had a smile on her face. She was kind-hearted and never met a stranger. Debbie loved fishing, camping and decorating. Her last days was spent in her dream home that her and her “baby’ brother built and she decorated beautifully. She never encountered a job too big. Debbie loved her family and will truly be missed.

Mrs. Anderson is survived by her husband, Victor Anderson; her brother, Kim (Lindy) Carter of White Oak, GA.; her sister, Karen Suzette (Rock) Harrelson of Woodbine, GA; her daughters, Kelly (Dave) Nile, Lisa Lewis, Becky Ginn of Augusta, GA., and Margie Anderson of Bend, Oregon; and her 5 grandchildren. In addition to her parents, Debbie joins her brother Rodney Carter in heaven.

A visitation will be held from 7-9 pm Tuesday, October 8th, 2013 in the funeral home. Memorial services will be held at 2 pm Saturday, Oct 12th, 2013, in the Wainwright Chapel of Coastal Camden Funeral Home.

August 28, 1955 – October 3, 2013

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  1. Dolly Mama

    Debbie was the first person to befriend me when we started seventh grade in Jane Macon School in Brunswick. We grew to be better and better friends until my sister died just before school to let out after 9th grade. We moved and so did her family. I have wondered since 1970 where and how she was and tried to find her… and this is what I found… Needless to say, it is a saddening shock. Debbie, you were such a good big sister, you were so attentive to your younger brothers and sister, your childhood was so brief and fleeting . May that sweet innocence and joy of being truly loved by your Heavenly Father be yours for all eternity.


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