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Services

Ronnie Wheeler Obit Photo3

Ronnie Wheeler

08/03/1945 ~ 12/13/2018

Services will be held: 12/17/2018

Bryan-Lee Funeral Homes

Sylvia Jean Atkins

03/18/1942 ~ 12/09/2018

Services will be held: 12/13/2018

Copy of Jo Grice web photo

Mary Josephine Allen Grice

1/14/1937 ~ 12/11/2018

Services will be held: 12/15/2018

Thomas Wayne Best obit photo

Thomas Wayne Best

04/10/1936 ~ 12/10/2018

Services will be held: 12/15/2018

Jewell Jeffreys photo

Jewell Cooke Jeffreys

1/27/1935 ~ 12/11/2018

Services will be held: 12/15/2018

Charles Boykin Obit Photo

Charles Melvin Boykin

01/26/1937 ~ 12/09/2018

Services will be held: 12/13/2018

Kathy obit Image

Katharine Alexandra Glover

9/27/1956 ~ 12/09/2018

Services will be held: 12/12/2018

Mary Macon online pic

Mary Michele “Mickey” Macon

02/11/1949 ~ 12/08/2018

Services will be held: 12/12/2018

Deborah Tyler Seymour



DSeymour website photo

4/26/1952 ~ 11/28/2018

Deborah Tyler Seymour, 66, passed away peacefully surrounded by her three children on Wednesday, November 28, 2018. She was born in Dayton, Ohio to the late Marvin Tyler and her survived Mother, Betty Tyler on April 26, 1952. Also surviving are two sisters, Rebecca (Gary) and Cynthia.

A lover of the fine arts, Deborah played many instruments, including piano, organ, and guitar, and volunteered often for the North Carolina Museum of Art. Her faith in God was persistent throughout her entire life and brought her profound joy that was evident in her beaming smile.

A loving and dedicated mother, Deborah is survived by her son Brian Vuckovich and wife Pamela, daughter Kristin Smith and husband James, and son Sean Seymour. She is also survived by her grandson Alaric Vuckovich.

Diagnosed with Frontotemporal Dementia at age 57, Deborah started a long journey with a debilitating disease. Her family and friends played a crucial role in helping her throughout this difficult time. Sister Cynthia Stephens, family friend Margaret McLamb and close friend Richard Cloudt provided much needed assistance in years before her diagnosis and throughout her battle with her illness. The family gives them and everyone else who cared for Deborah their greatest and warmest gratitude.

A memorial service celebrating her life will be held on December 8, 2018, at 2pm at Fairmont United Methodist Church, 2501 Clark Ave, Raleigh, NC 27607. A following prayer will take place nearby at Raleigh Municipal Rose Garden, a place that was sacred to Deborah. The family will receive guests at Fairmont for visitation following this. In lieu of flowers, please donate in her memory to The Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration (theaftd.org).


Visitation


Service

12/08/2018

2:00 pm

Fairmont United Methodist Church
2501 Clark Avenue, Raleigh, NC 27607

In lieu of flowers, please donate in her memory to the Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration.org

Guestbook

  1. John Ash

    So sorry for your loss. Debbie was a great cousin and will be missed. But she now a piece and in no more pain.

  2. Richard W. Cloudt

    Thank You SO MUCH, Brian, Kristin and Sean for such a LOVELY tribute to your mother! And Thank you all for including me in part of the Remembrance. I am SO GRATEFUL for that.

    I look forward to seeing all of you soon as we remember the beautiful, sweet, most gentle and true person I’ve ever met: Who was YOUR mom and MY adorable “Sweetie-Bunch”, Deborah!!!! She was, INDEED, the LOVE of my LIFE, and my years spent living with and loving her, though difficult for us all, were never-the-less THE best years of my life; and I will never put another before her.

    Thank you so much, again!

    Richard W. Cloudt

  3. Richard W. Cloudt

    Thank You SO MUCH, Brian, Kristin and Sean for such a LOVELY tribute to your mother! And Thank you all for including me in part of the Remembrance. I am SO GRATEFUL for that.

    I look forward to seeing all of you soon as we remember the beautiful, sweet, most gentle and true person I’ve ever met: Who was YOUR mom and MY adorable “Sweetie-Bunch”, Deborah!!!! She was, INDEED, the LOVE of my LIFE, and my years spent living with and loving her, though difficult for us all, were never-the-less THE best years of my life; and I will never put another before her.

    Thank you so much, again!

    Richard W. Cloudt

  4. Richard W. Cloudt

    Thank You SO MUCH, Brian, Kristin and Sean for such a LOVELY tribute to your mother! And Thank you all for including me in part of the Remembrance. I am SO GRATEFUL for that.

    I look forward to seeing all of you soon as we remember the beautiful, sweet, most gentle and true person I’ve ever met: Who was YOUR mom and MY adorable “Sweetie-Bunch”, Deborah!!!! She was, INDEED, the LOVE of my LIFE, and my years spent living with and loving her, though difficult for us all, were never-the-less THE best years of my life; and I will never put another before her.

    Thank you so much, again!

    Richard W. Cloudt

  5. Darrell DeDeaux

    Thank you for allowing me to share in Ms Deborah’s life. I miss her.
    DeDeaux

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