Deborah Lynn Jacobs Meier, 60, of Toano, Virginia, went to be with the Lord on September 12, 2022. She is survived by her loving mother, Phyllis Jacobs; father, and step-mother, Guy and Shirley Jacobs; devoted aunts and uncles, Margaret Pollard, Arthur and Annie Mae Pollard, Luther and Cora Alice Pollard, Raymond and Betty Pollard, Bobby and Mary Pollard, and Joanne Simpson; along with numerous cousins.
Debbie was a devoted daughter and a loving friend to everyone she met.
A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, September 17, 2022, in Hebron United Methodist Church in Saxe, VA, with interment to follow in the church cemetery. The Pastor Ralph Moore will be officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to the Hebron United Methodist Church Cemetery Fund, 111 Hebron Church Road, Saxe, VA 23967. The Browning-Duffer Funeral Home in Keysville, VA, is respectfully serving the Meier Family.
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Debbie was the first person I met when I moved to Toano. She was outgoing, friendly and kind. I will miss hearing her wonderful laugh.
Jesus has just welcomed his newest Angel and Dante is there to greet her. You were a blessing to everyone you met.
Nothing I can say will take away the pain you’re experiencing. Just want you to know that I care about you, and I share in your sadness.
Carol and Will Trumpoldt
Will and I will sorely miss Debbie. She was the kindest, friendliest young lady. I doubt if there was a neighbor that she didn’t know and love.
We are so sad for Phyllis too. It’s not supposed to be a child before a parent. Our Lord must have plans for this Special Angel. God’s Blessings
Carol and Will Trumpoldt
Year after year, Debbie has been a true friend. True as in always there with something positive to say, true as in ready to help, no matter what the chore and true as in that wonderful laugh that God would only entrust to her. While those who knew her miss her already, we must accept that she has moved on to another place, but she will always be our Debbie. Do it again true friend–spread your joy everywhere one more time.
My wife Theresa McKenna and I extend our most heartfelt condolences to Debbie’s mother Phyllis and other members of the family, as well as to others in our neighborhood who knew Debbie. We first met Debbie when we found that she had a great love of mobiles. This led us to give her one located at the home we had just purchased in the neighborhood. Later on, I would meet her on our street when she was walking her beloved little dog Dante, or even pushing him in a tiny baby coach she had purchased for him because of his severe arthritis. Her laugh was certainly infectious, and we will all certainly miss her for that and her cheerful manner in the weeks and months to come.