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Deborah Hamer

Deborah Ann Hamer

Sunday, May 13th, 1962 - Friday, January 3rd, 2020
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Obituary

Deborah Ann Hamer (Williams) died in the comfort of her home, surrounded by loved ones, on January 3rd, 2020 in Kingsland, GA after a hard fought battle with cancer at the age of 57.
Deborah is survived by her parents, Ken and Ann Hamer of Kingsland, GA; husband Jack Williams of Kingsland, GA; daughters Elisha (Mark) Palmer of La Porte City, IA, Brianna (Luke) Gilles of Waterloo, IA, Hillary (Ryan) Watson of St. Marys, GA; Stepdaughter Jennifer (Joshua) Bonnewell, Stepson Chris (Mandi and Oliver) Williams; sisters Jeanne (Mike) Spegal of Kingsland, GA, Tara (Barry) Grimm of Dysart, IA, brother Greg (Missy) Hamer of Angola, IN; grandchildren Hunter, Gracie, Evie, Joey, Henry, Maverick, Tucker and Nash; best friend Beverly Rabideau; and many beloved nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. She is preceded in death by maternal grandparents John and Luella Bergmeier; paternal grandparents Merle and Irene Hamer; and grandson Knox Owen Palmer.
As a daughter, sister, mother, wife, friend, aunt and Nana, she had a creative soul and a gift to make those around her see life in a different and beautiful way. She was an accomplished entrepreneur and owner of a bookkeeping and tax office as an enrolled IRS Agent. She also had a passion for real estate and became a Realtor and HUD representative. .
A service is scheduled for January 7th, 2020 at 6:00PM at New Hope Baptist Church. Pastor George Anderson will officiate the ceremony. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Deborah’'s life. Per her wishes, in lieu of flowers, she wanted donations made to the Knox Blocks Foundation, a foundation created in honor of her grandson Knox (www.knoxblocks.org or P.O. Box 291 Cedar Falls, IA 50613).
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  • Memorial Service

    Tuesday, January 7th, 2020 | 6:00pm
    When
    Tuesday, January 7th, 2020 6:00pm
    Location
    New Hope Baptist Church
    Address
    234 8th Street
    St. Marys, GA 31558
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ALissa

Posted at 01:45pm
I am so sorry to hear of this! Deborah was on my mind the day before she passed and I had wanted to reach out but did not.. I woke up to the email of her passing! I am so sad to hear of this! We did business together for many years! I was blessed to take photos for her as well!
If the lord puts it on your heart to reach to someone please be sure to do it.. You never know if it will be the last time you get to speak to them!
Praise God however, she is with her Heavenly Father away from the worry and pain in this world! I know as she entered she saw her sweet Knox and was overjoyed!
Rest in Peace my friend! I will see you again some day!

Tara McClintock

Posted at 12:16pm
My prayers and heart to the family; Deborah was taken home too soon. May she rest in peace and dance among the angels free of pain and worry.
MD

Mike DeReus

Posted at 10:20am
Although it had been many many years since Deb and I had communicated, either on the phone or by email, I will always cherish the time that we were able to spend together while both of us were attending Hawkeye Tech. I am saddened to hear of her passing, and will keep her and all of her family members in my prayers. May you rest in peace, Deb.
MC

Mark W. Cox

Posted at 09:34am
Too many to put down. Her and I go back to when I was 13teen. I remember must we would sit outside late just talking. Tried once to get her to run away with to Fla. We were around 15teen or so. I loved her very much always will. My prayers for the family.
Mark W. Cox

Darlene Gosch

Posted at 03:11pm
Jack so loved his Deb.
The greater the love, the greater the loss.
Still, it's love that makes life worth living.

You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Torsten and Darlene Gosch-Williams



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