Deborah Morgan Yancey
Funeral Date: 7/18/2019

Deborah Morgan Yancey, age 70, of Monticello, AR, died Saturday, July 13, 2019, at Drew Memorial Hospital in Monticello, AR. She was born November 21, 1948, in Warren, AR, a daughter of the late Hollis Calvin Morgan and Mildred Hairston Morgan. Deborah was a retired employee from the Pine Bluff Juvenile Detention Center and a Baptist. A sister Mary Hargis also preceded her in death. Survivors are one son Matthew Thompson and spouse Niran of Leavenworth, KS. One daughter Lisa Thompson of Monticello, AR. One brother James L. “Bud” Morgan of Fordyce, AR. Four grandchildren. Funeral service was 10:00 a.m. Thursday, July 18, at Frazer’s Chapel with Rev. Larry Gragg and Rev. Kay Childs Travis officiating. Linda Barrett was organist and soloist was Mary Robbins. Burial was in Crossroads Cemetery by Frazer’s Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were Joel Thompson, Nathan Thompson, Scott Morgan, Lance Morgan, Steve Parnell, Raymond Parnell, Bill Jones, and Bobby Adams



Name: Sandy Gavin
Message: Oh how I hated to read this. I have so enjoyed visiting with Debbie at Westons Chess tournaments and she would be there watching her granddaughter. Prayers for the family.

Name: Michelle Partin (Cline)
Message: My sincere condolences to the family. Praying for healing in your loss.

Message: So sorry to hear this . Debbie was a very special lady and a special friend to our family, Prayers for her entire family

Name: Jeanette Pepper
Message: She will be missed very much. This has been very shocking to me as well as many

Name: Becky Spadoni
Message: I worked with Debbie many years at the Jefferson County Juvenile Justice Center and enjoyed talking to her about many subjects. We would often speak of the Lord. I remember that Debbie was a dedicated hard worker. Even after she retired she would come to Pine Bluff and take me out to lunch, usually Chinese food. I pray that the peace of Almighty God be upon the family at this sorrowful time and may you find comfort in Him. Farewell my dear friend Debbie.

Name: Ricky Green
Message: I am so sorry to hear this sad news. I will miss her. Prayers for healing hearts.

Name: Beverly Kelly Davis
Message: So sorry for your loss. Such fond memories from many years ago when she worked in Warren. Prayers for you all.

Name: Dot Johns Bonds
Message: Such a shock to learn about Debbie. I often visited with her at the Juvenile Justice Center and with the Banks Ladies for lunch. She was precious.

Name: Klay & LaWanda McKinney
Message: Our prayers and thoughts are with you all.

Name: Margaret Norton
Message: Matthew and Lisa, I’m so sorry to hear that you have lost Debbie. She was a special woman that was kind, loving and smart. She could do almost anything. I know you will miss her as will all of us, her friends.

Name: Jackie Johnson

Name: Rhonda Simmons
Message: Prayers for the family.