of Paris, AR
February 8, 1962 - February 27, 2021
Debbie Humphries, 59, of Paris, Arkansas passed away on Saturday, February 27, 2021 in Kansas City, Kansas. She was born on February 8, 1962 in Fort Smith, Arkansas to her parents, Tommy and Margaret (Beiker) Wheeler. Debbie was a retired dump truck driver for Forsgren Incorporated and was a member of the First Assembly of God Church in Paris. She loved hunting, horses, barrel racing and was a member of the American Quarter Horse Association and the Westark Riding Club. In addition to her parents she is preceded in death by one sister, Amanda Wheeler. She is survived by her husband of 18 years, Roy Max Humphries of Paris; two step daughters, Sarah Humphries and husband Roddy of Little Rock and Sister Mary Edith Humphries of Nashville, Tennessee; one sister, Mary Sue Johnson of Hackett; one nephew, Rusty Johnson and wife Brittany of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and one great-niece, Makenzie Johnson of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. A funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m., on Thursday, March 4, 2021 at First Assembly of God Church in Paris officiated by Rev. Kenny Maness. Cremation will follow under the direction of Roller Funeral Home in Paris. Pallbearers will be Sam Cameron, Larry Lux, Rusty Johnson, Gary Brown, Jackie Turner and Brad Curtis.We are complying with the Arkansas Department of Health guidelines, all attendees must provide and wear their own masks before entering.
Praying for comfort & peace for family @ this time & in the days to follow.Heaven gained an angel in Debbie
I knew Debbie when she was in 4H. Debbie and I meet up again though oils.My heart hurts for her family but she is in with her lord now not in pain and riding high.we will all meet again.
I became friends with Debbie through Westark Horse Show Association and Young Living. She lived life with gusto. Soon after her accident, I visited her in the hospital in Little Rock. Reading lips was not easy, but I tried my best. What a rough journey she endured, but kept the faith. Prayers for the family!
your spirit was contagious, loved your shooting straight from the hip attitude,it was to be admired! we had so much fun! she and Roy were a pair, and i know she is with our Lord!
With heartfelt sympathy to Roy and family. May fond memories bring you peace and the support of loved ones soothe your pain in the days ahead.
Our sincere condolences to Roy & all of Debbie’s family. Whatever Debbie was involved in, she always gave it her best. She loved the Lord, loved people & loved living life! We loved her so much & will greatly miss her! She is now with Jesus, enjoying the best life ever!
So sorry for Debbie’s passing . We all loved to hear her missions trip stories. She taught for sis Denise our Sunday school class and did a great job loved her . Mike,Dede,Sabra Dylan
I met Debbie in 1984 when I became a Dandy. She became one of my dearest friends. Loved her no nonsense attitude. My deepest sympathies for the family.
So sorry for your loss. Your Cross County Family will miss her. Debbie and all her family were always some of the hardest working people that I knew. God Bless all of you. 🙏🙏Polly, Jeff, Morgan, Chris DavisKeith & Lelia SpainAllen & Lana Ampueda Brandon & Lizzie OrganBrian & Lexie Busick
My prayers for your family. It has been many years since we were in 4H together.
Worked with Debbie many years ago at a local dentist office. She was a great friend and person.
Condolences to all the family, RIP DEBBIE.
Debbie was our neighbor and friend for 18 years. She was a part of our family. We will miss her friendship! We will miss helping her dig potatoes and drag her deer out of the woods....
So sorry for your loss, Mary-Anne is my sister and any friend of hers is a friend of mine. God's peace and comfort to you all in Christ Jesus, Diane
Rest In Peace Debbie you was one tough cowgirl ! You will be missed I can see you dancing in perfect peace and health ! Until we meet again love you ❤️
Heart is heavy with the lost, but thankful she is not longer in pain. She was one of the Angels sent to heart to bless all who knew her. Now she is riding her horse across the clouds singing praises to the Lord. Prayers for all her family and friends during this hard time.
So sorry Roy for your loss 🙏