Monday, April 24, 2017

Debbie McGrath



Debbie J. McGrath, 44, of Bokoshe, OK passed away Sunday, April 23, 2017 in Ft. Smith, AR.  Debbie was born December 10, 1972 in Ft. Smith, AR to Gary Cloud,  Deborah Monks.  She worked at Whirlpool.  She was preceded in death by her grandfathers, Alford Monks and Bob Remer; brother in law, Kyle McGrath.

Survivors include her husband, Roger McGrath; parents, Johnny & Debbie Janway,  Gary Cloud of Oklahoma City,OK; brother, Jason & Alba Cloud of Panama, OK; niece & nephew, Dacey Cloud, Jayce Cloud; sisters in law, Zelda Mecom, Wanda Wicks, Mary Jo Ray; brother in law, Carroll McGrath; grandparents, Jack & Imogene Harris, Jane Remer, Janice Monks; mother in law, Mary Lou McGrath; other relatives, loved ones and friends.

Services will be 2 pm, Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at Evans Chapel of Memories, Poteau, OK with Jim Cook officiating.  Burial will follow in Greenhill Cemetery, Cameron, OK.  Pallbearers will be Al Monks, Jamie Darneal, Carroll McGrath, Wesley Ray, Billy Caldwell and Robert Mecom.

The family will be at the funeral home on Tuesday evening from 6-8 pm to visit with relatives & friends.

  

3 comments:

Carol Hopson said...

One of my favorite people, always had a big hug for me and a beautiful smile. Watched her grow up, breaks my heart. I'll always remember you.

Stan Jackson said...

Our love, thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Sissy during this sad time. No words or deeds can eliminate the pain of her passing. We pray for the needed strength for the friends and family to endure the sorrow of not having her with us. We are there in spirit with each of y'all and sad we could not be there physically. All our love. Mary Jackson Family, Bagley, Alabama.

Shelley Meeks said...

I can't begin to express the shock of Debbie going home, especially at such a young age. Debbie & I met at a function held at the Nazarene Church when we we're 12-13 years old. I tried to keep in touch with her thru the years, but we grow up, graduate, go to College/University, get married & start a family. I'm truly saddened at the loss of a truly phenomenal, sweet & vibrant young Lady. My deepest sympathies & condolences to the family during this most painful time. My prayers are with each of you. May God bless, comfort & keep you as only he can.