September 16, 1951 - March 14, 2020
**Due to the current COVID-19 situation, visitation will be private for family only. Private services for family will also be held, and a link will be posted for additional family and friends to watch via live stream. Our family would like to thank you for understanding, and we will let you know when the live stream can be accessed. Deborah Lou Brimage was born in Dallas, TX on September 16, 1951 and departed this life and entered heaven on March 14, 2020. She was preceded in death by her son, Shawn Brimage; sister, Becky Fullerton; father, Marvin Crabtree; father in law, Conley Brimage; mother in law, Connie Brimage; and many more family and friends. Deborah is survived by her husband of over 50 years, David; her daughter, Monica Brimage; son, Damon Brimage and wife Brigitt; her mother, Jessie Mercer; her brother, Phil Crabtree and wife Donna; her sister, Kathy Crabtree; her daughter in law, Rachel Brimage; her grandchildren, Deborah Terrell and husband Joseph, Jessica Gage and husband Richard, Stephanie Stone, Lexi Brimage, Aidan Brimage, Jacie Brimage, Brailyn Brimage, Brenden Brimage, Ava Brimage, and Grayson Harris; her great-grandchildren, Bryson, Brayden, & Bayleigh Terrell, and Kelsey, Kaylyn, Mason, & Conner Gage, Bradlee Brimage and Blair Norbeck-Brimage; and host of extended family and friends. Deborah was a stay at home mom. She had 3 children that she drove back and forth to school every day, to their sporting events, and attended all of their school functions. Once her 3 children graduated, got married, and began having children, she never missed on of her grandchildren’s births. She was always wanting to keep her grandchildren. She loved those babies. After they grew up and started school, she was able to attend 8 of the 10 grandchildren’s graduations. She also didn’t miss one of her great-grandchildren’s births. She loved watching children in her home and did that for a long time. She lived for her husband, children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and the rest of her family. A memorial service for family and friends will be scheduled at a later date.
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