Boonville, IN – Debra V. (Brock) Badger, 57, of Boonville, Indiana, passed away on Wednesday, May 5, 2021. Debbie was born on March 19, 1964 to Charles William Sr. and Alice (Knott) Brock.
Debbie graduated from Castle High, and remained close with her graduating class throughout her life. Debbie was known to work in the Medical field and truly loved helping others. Debbie had a love for the lake, fishing and anything to do with flowers. She loved her friends and family and was known to help those in need. She had a love for all things Michael Khor and Harley Davidson.
Debbie is survived by a daughter Ashleigh Nicole Brock (Kenny Ray Turner) of Cadiz, KY., a son Aaron Michael Miller (Ashley) of Newburgh IN., a daughter Alycia Christine McGee (Taylor) of Cadiz, KY. Nine grandchildren her heartbeats as she often referred to them as, Caiden Miller, William Shaw-Townsend, Alivia Norwood, Eva Shaw-Townsend, James (Kell) Norwood, Braylin Miller, Ethan Miller, Samuel Turner and Dawson Miller. Four sisters, Kay, Jodie, Lisa and Lydia.
She was proceeded in death by her parents, grandparents, sister Gloria, brother Charles and a daughter Amanda Jo Light.
Debbie’s family and Friends will be having her a celebration of life ceremony on a date to be announced.
Flowers may be sent to her daughter, Alycia McGee’s house at 32 Chestnut Drive Cadiz, KY, 42211. Any donations can be taken to any animal shelter in her honor.
Simple Cremation Evansville is entrusted with care.
Friends may send a condolence to the family at www.SimpleCremationEvansville.com
Ronnetta Brown says
Sending my condolences to the entire family. Debbie and I have remained friends since we were 13 years old. Life has taken us both in different directions, but nothing or no one ever got in the way of the Love we felt for each other. She was the funniest person I knew. She was blunt and feisty. We were different as night and day but we loved each other for who we were. Rest in Peace my Bestie – I will always love you. Your Bestie, Ronnetta (Ronnie) Brown. XXOO
Thank you and God bless you for your kind words!
laurie rosenbaum says
I’m so sorry for the loss of your mother and grandmother. I’ve known Debbie since starting high school at Castle. We were different but that’s what made the friendship special. Debbie was an amazing person and friend and always had your back. She will be greatly missed but always in our hearts
Tracy D Devoy says
This is a life lost too soon. Debbie was someone I’ve known since junior high. She always seemed like someone who would have given the shirt off of her back. Unfortunately, life didn’t return the favor. Rest in peace, Debbie.
Lisa Champion says
I did not know her, but know Alycia; she must have been a very nice woman. So sorry for your loss.
Anthony Yates says
My heartfelt condolences to Debbie’s family and close friends, she and I were friends since school probably around the 6th grade when I started Castle, when I was out and about normally running errands, either turning the corner or simply looking up and surprise there was Debbie generally a cheerful positive, kind of busy but having fun with it mood I’ll definitely miss that smile, she was truly one of a kind, the very best kind, I felt privileged to be friends with her, her style suited her well never ever to be forgotten, my prayers go to her family, may she rest in peace… Way way too early
Tracy Smith says
I’m so sorry for u kids loss ,Debbie and I were good friends, no we were more than that we were family. Debbie and I would stay up late at night and talk, I was her plant sitter lol, I will never forget u . Gone way too soon but never will be forgotten love and miss u my dear friend
Tracy Smith says
So sorry for ur loss ,Debbie and I were good friends, no we were family. I will miss our late night talks and, lol and being her plant sitter. I love and miss u my dear sweet friend and I will never forget u.
Jennifer Byrum says
Debbie was an amazing person. I’ve known her since grade school. We were inseparable during our troubled teen years. Life sent us in different directions when I moved away. I lost touch with her for a long time but when we met again it was as if no time had passed at all. Our friendship was still as strong as back in the day. I wish we could have met up again once I moved back to Evansville — sadly we never had the chance. She was a strong, independent,take no crap but very loving and generous person. She will be greatly missed. She impacted so many lives and her spirit will live on in each of our hearts. She will not be forgotten. Love, Light, Peace and Comfort for Debbie, her beautiful family and the multitude of friends she had.
Rebecca Smith says
I’ve known Debbie for a lot of years. Her and my older sister worked together for the town of Newburgh. That’s how I met her. I was about 10. That was 43 years ago. She was always helping anyone in need and I feel for her family. Debbie was an amazing friend and loved her family. God has gained a wonderful angel. Sending prayers and thoughts for them during this difficult time. Please let Lisa and Lydia know too I’m thinking of them. God bless
Kristy Beard says
I am so sorry for your loss. She had a heart of gold
My sweet Debbie, you are so going to be missed.
Angela Doolittle says
To the entire class of 1981 my thoughts and prayers are with you. Debbie was that one of a kind person that had a shining light. I for one will miss her friendship. Fly high Deb and rest peacefully. Until we meet again.
Becky Robey says
Don’t even know where to begin, Debbie was one of a kind..My kind.. She was friends with my older sister first but then she moved in with family and things changed.. Needless to say growing up was an adventure.. I have so many memories of Debbie especially the most recent of one of our trips was a few years back to Kid Rock Fish Fry in Nashville.. 3rd row. Both of was over excited… I Will never forget.. I LOVE AND MISS YOU DEB… Prayers for comfort for all you Kids and and her Heartbeats….
Tamala lannert says
My heart and prayers go out to all of you and the grandbabies. Debbie and I were in school together. We went our separate ways then fate brought us back together. Up until her passing, we talked daily and tried our best to never stray again. Her heart was bigger than anyone I ever knew. That smile and laugh ill NEVERA FORGET. Blessings and Peace to all of you thru this trying time.
See you down the road Debbie. Until then…cups up my friend.
Chris Thomas-Bartley says
My prayers for Deb’s kids, grandkids, and siblings.
Deb and I have known each other since jr high. We shared a lot of first things together. My first concert, my first drink, etc. Life sent us different directions but when we found each other again it was as if no time had passed. My daughter did her hair the entire time that she was a hair dresser. I so appreciated her supporting her career.
Deb was a special person. She was tough but she also had a heart of gold that had been broken so many times. She always wanted to help others, including those that she couldn’t.
Cups up Deb, I hope you are at peace and happy. I will miss seeing you and hearing from you.
Judi carrie says
Ive known Debbie and family since 1992. I loved her like my own sister. Not sure what to say, but i know Debbie would want everyone to be smiling . Debbie, im gonna miss you. I still remember the day i came home from work and Brett Andrew was dressed like a girl, lol. He be loved his Aunt Debbie
Veronica McKenzie says
I’m not good at this stuff or my words but here it goes.
I’ve known Debbie since 1st grade. New to the school and New to the school bus, I get on (being very quiet and shy) and this girl grabs my arm and tells me to sit, well I did.
Well at first she probably scared the tarnation out of me but we soon became best of friends.
We have stayed friends throughout our years with going thru children, marriages, divorces, moves, hard times and the best of times.
It’s very hard this time coming home to visit.
I’ve never came into town and you not coming here to see me. I miss you more than you Will ever know and the is no way I’m saying goodbye to you. I’ll see you later (hopefully much later) but I will be there eventually to hang with my bff again but until then I will always Iove you and cherish the great memories we’ve shared on our 50 yrs together.
Debbie Derrington says
I’ve known Debbie since high school and we have continued to talk and see each other until currently. That smile and positive attitude will remain with me forever. I miss and love her deeply. I do know she loved her kids and grandkids with all her heart. My prayers will continue to go out to them. And Deb I love ya girl, and I miss you so bad. It just hurts so bad. God bless you