Deborah Ann Tunstill (Chaplin Debbie), was born on August 26, 1952 and ascended November 18, 2022 at 70 years of age. Deborah was born in Indianapolis, IN to Richmond and Mary Jane Drew, both preceding her in death. Deborah is also preceded in death by her sisters Janet Dyer and Brenda Rodgers. She is survived by her children Terria Straughter, Quenton Smith and Randi MCcray; grandchildren David Tyrell Straughter and Israel Aiden Smith; siblings James Drew, Eleanor Shirt, Teresia (Terry) Vaden, Patricia Austin and Faye Drew and her ex husband Eric William Smith
Poem "Birds" by Quenton Smith, Randi MCcray and Terria Straughter
Deborah shined as the Sun and warmed a room all the same on a not so bright day. Her smile let you see what it meant to know God.
As a cardinal is shy and hard to see with detail, only those in the army of God were able to see Deborah's true potential. Birds have a way of forming art, dancing in the sky and having an intelligence that can only come from our creator and this holds true for Deborah as well.
Deborah represented the freedom, flight and vision of an eagle with her only purpose of living was to show devotion to God through love for all of humanity. Fly high and free with no limits as you show the world what is yet to come.