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Deborah “Debbie” Frances Sevier, 72, of Savannah, Georgia, died Wednesday afternoon, August 5, 2020, at her home.

Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Gamble Funeral Service – 410 Stephenson Avenue.

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  1. Ruskin King Powell says:

    Sorry to hear about Debbie’s passing, she was a very old friend from Immanuel Baptist


  2. Linda Lynes says:

    Debbie was a wonderful school counselor at Beach High School for many years before her retirement in the early 2000’s and was an advocate for the underprivileged. Many Beach High students owe so much to Debbie who loved them and personally cared for several of them. She was a wonderful example of “love thy neighbor”. Debbie has been in very poor health for many years and is finally “whole” again.

  3. Jim Glass says:

    Debbie worked with me at the City of Savannah Personnel department in the late 60s early 70s before her career as a teacher. She was a wonderfully happy person and we all worked well together. I only saw her once again in later years and she hadn’t changed. A beautiful person that surly will be missed by all who had the distinct pleasure of having her in their lives.

  4. Marcia Harper Hagins says:

    Debbie and I grew up together and attended SHS and Georgia Southern as well as Immanuel Baptist Church. I have many fond memories of Debbie. She was so gracious to serve as my maid of honor in my wedding.

  5. Connie Rudd says:

    I first met Debbie when she worked in the Human Resources for the City of Savannah. My husband, Danny Brown worked there as well. Over the years, Debbie and I became friends. She later went into the teaching profession and we taught at Windsor Elementary School together. We even co-taught one year. Her first graders and my EBD self-contained class. What a year that was!!!!
    Debbie was on of the kindest, most loving people I have had the pleasure to know. We shared many adventures, lots of laughs, and a few tears. That is what good friends do.
    She will forever live in my heart. She will truly be missed by many.

  6. Connie Rudd says:

    I first met Debbie during the time she was employed by the City of Savannah in the Human Resources Dept. My first husband, Danny W. Brown worked there as well.
    As time went on, Debbie and I were reconnected at Windsor Elementary School. She as a first grade teacher and I was a special education teacher. We became firm and fast friends.
    She celebrated the birth of our daughters. I will always remember a book that she gave my oldest daughter, “The Giving Tree”.
    In retrospect, Debbie was much like “The Giving Tree”. Her love and caring knew no bounds. She was always there to help.
    She will be missed by many and will live on in the hearts and memories of all those she blessed with her presence.

  7. Geneva Golden says:

    A former co-worker at A. E. Beach High School will be missed. She looked me up of Facebook. Sympathy goes out to the family.

  8. Donna Hammontree says:

    Debbie Sevier had a caring and generous spirit. Meeting the needs of some of our most vulnerable youth, she served many at Beach High and Charles Ellis Elementary Schools. And Debbie always presented herself with pride: she loved dressing and making each day an occasion! I will miss Debbie.

  9. Laura Conley says:

    Debbie was a classmate in junior high and at SHS. We met again at Juliette Low as coworkers. She always gave her “all” to her students, friends and coworkers. Her beautiful soul will be missed here but welcomed by angels.

  10. Roy Banks says:

    May Debbie Rest in Peace.

  11. Hope Holman says:

    Ms. Sevier was my Third grade teacher at Windsor Forest Elementary School. She was a very nice person and went out of her way to make sure her students got what they needed. I ran into Ms. Sevier at Beach High School and she was the same person I met when I was in Elementary School. She always had a smile and love to talk. I’m truly sorry here about her passing, I am going to miss her dearly.
    Hope Holman her Third grade student.

  12. Gussie E. Brown says:

    We worked together at Beach High and Charles Ellis Montessori. You were my friend, my ” let’s just talk” co-worker, and valued individual. We shared good and bad times. I will miss you. Go in Peace and Love, and God Shall wipe all your tears away, Gussie.

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