Debra Lynn (Mohr) Lohmeyer

Born: 08/15/1954 Passed:

Debra Lynn (Mohr) Lohmeyer

Our Deby has gone to Heaven.Β  She is survived by her husband, Howard “Junior” Lohmeyer; father, Jack (Belinda) Mohr; mother, Dixie (Palmer) Young; children, Jon, Julie and Natalie; siblings, Jack, Susan, Kimberly, Rebecca and Michael; grandchildren, Devante, Jmon, Meloni and Ryan; nieces and nephews, Maria, David, Jessica, Jacob, Annika, Robert, Rachel and Quan.

Our hearts are broken but she is no longer in pain.

8 Tributes to Debra Lynn (Mohr) Lohmeyer

  1. Kimberly Conroy says:

    Below are small snippets of memories that make me think of you.

    Deby: A Poem of Remembrance

    Flashing eyes
    Wicked smile
    Girlish giggle

    Competitive games
    Dental health
    Green beans

    English lover
    Making pie


  2. Her daughter, Julie says:

    I love how she is was always an excellent provider! She took excellent care of my brother and I – while being a single mom on top of it all.
    Wonderful meals-I later realized how much I loved her cooking! – Cube-steak πŸ˜‹, Meatloaf, Stuffed Green Peppers, etc. – although I didn’t realize it as I was a kid- I was a picky eater she had to deal with 😁, a clean home, and always made us her # 1 priority! 😊😘❀️ Thanks Mom! πŸ˜€
    I loved that she use to read us a story before bedtime when my brother Jon and I was kids! πŸ“–β˜ΊοΈ
    I love that she would always make sure we had new back to school clothes and supplies, beautiful holidays with all the trimmings πŸŽ„and wonderful 🎁 gifts! Her beautiful smile was a gift the best gift of all!!! πŸ˜ŠπŸ’•
    I loved to see her smile and be happy as she enjoyed being around family the most!! ☺️
    Some of her favorite things:
    Peanut butter, chocolate, chocolate and peanutbutter together- especially Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs!!! 😊
    I love you so much and miss you tons!! πŸ˜”πŸ˜˜ xoxox’s Rest In Peace my sweet and beautiful loving mother!!! Muah!!πŸ’‹

  3. Rebecca Roberts says:

    Some of my most vivid memories of you….

    Driving me to school
    Showing me you could still do a split, when I was a child
    Making sure I ate green beans (I still dislike them, but will eat them uncooked)
    Teaching me how to make lasagna (I think of you every time I make it)
    Love for chocolate
    Your deep love for and loyalty to our mom
    Your sheepish giggles that made your brown eyes dance
    Julie’s tightly wound pigtails you styled for her nearly everyday
    Meticulous gift wrapper
    Writing a few of my college essays when I had so many due at one time

    Love and miss you dearly, sis.

  4. Julie says:

    πŸ‘πŸΌ Love and loyalty to her mom
    Meticulous gift wrapper πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ˜

  5. Your Mom and Jim says:

    Your smile. Care and love for your mom. Competiveness especially at the euchre table. Your writing stills. Helping mom eat the goodies. You looking forward to me making frying weird lunches from left overs. You tending to Kim, Becky and Michael, but most of all your love for your mom Dixie. Thank you so much. With love and many memories,

  6. Love Mom says:

    Deby you were a wonderful, loving, caring daughter. Your loving smile coming through the door will be missed. The care that you gave to Kim,Becky and Michael. All the fond memories. I love and miss you so much.

  7. Carla Williams says:

    I really wanted to say how much I appreciated her for treating me and my kids like part of the family. That always meant so much to me and I want you to know how important it still is. Thank you Debbie for everything. Rest in peace and God bless.

  8. Belinda J Mohr says:

    I remember the times we spent walking all around the base in Texas and all the fun things we did together the laughing and giggling and the silly things we always did together you me and Pam

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