Debbie Louis

Debbie Louis, 66, of Amarillo, went to be with her Lord and Savior on June 27, 2022, in Amarillo. She was born on August 11, 1955, to Mildred and Otho Rogers in Memphis, Texas.

Debbie Louis worked for GTE in Memphis, Texas and was later transferred to Hobbs, New Mexico and San Angelo, Texas. She retired in 2021 from Frontier due to Parkinson’s Disease. She enjoyed reading, singing, dancing, telling jokes, family, spoiling her grandsons, nieces, and nephews.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Mildred and Otho Rogers; four brothers, and one sister.

Those left to cherish her memory are her daughters, Bobbie Louis, and Kimberly Malawey of Amarillo; a brother and sister, Opal Means, and Loral Rogers, both of Memphis, Texas; grandsons, Collin and Caleb Malawey of Amarillo, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

7 Comments

  1. LaSheria Johnson

    Debbie was a mother figure to our family…she was a beautiful spirit and still is,we love you Debbie,fly high. You will be missed.

  2. Otho

    My loving caring Aunt. I never seen her without a smile on her face. Your love and kindness will be missed.

  3. Stephanie

    You will be truly missed! We enjoyed the times we were able to get together, it was always laughs!

  4. Courtney Weatherton

    My sweet Aunt Debbie will forever be loved and missed she always had inspiring words to say, just a beautiful soul rih

  5. Dominique

    My aunt debbie is one of the most special,kindess,true and pure woman on earth. This hits different but you mean everything to and I will always be yours and yours only June bug. A big smile with a big heart is hard to come across. That made you more unique then ever. Love you!!!

  6. Becky G. Torres

    Debbie was such a special lady. We’d
    laugh and cry then laugh some more. She was never to busy to lend an ear or moral support when needed. Her heart was bigger than Texas,
    Rest in Peace my sweet, sweet friend. I love you!

  7. Natalie Williams

    The sweetest most kindest woman ever known. I will miss your laughter and your smile. You were also a strong woman full of life and love. I will miss you and will forever hold on to you telling me not long ago “I will always be your niece!l I Love You and I will dearly miss you. You Love our Dickson Men! Rest In Love
    Hug my Momma and Aunt Shirley I’m sure they’ll be where the laughter is.
    Love you past life ❤️

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