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Longchamps, Debra Ann

Longchamps, Debra Ann

February 16, 1956 — May 8, 2021

Beloved Debra Ann Longchamps, 65, of Braymer, Missouri, passed away May 8, 2021 at her home in her sleep. Visitation will be 12PM, with services to follow at 1PM, Tuesday, May 18 at Park Lawn Funeral Home, 8251 Hillcrest Rd., Kansas City, Missouri.  Immediately following the funeral services, Debra will be laid to rest next to her parents, Robert and Virginia (Maddux) Willoughby, in Green Lawn Cemetery, Kansas City, Missouri. Flowers, live plants, and other contributions are welcome.

Debra was born February 16, 1956 in Kansas City, Missouri to Robert A. and Virginia M. Willoughby who preceded her in death. Debra graduated from Raytown High School in 1974 and from Central Missouri State University, having studied Vocal Music Performance Studies and Business Administration. She was a member of Society Alumna – AOPi Sorority. Debra also graduated from National American University in 1997, having studied in A.S. Travel Certification, Travel and Hospitality. She retired from the Internal Revenue Service after 23 years. She was a Christian, a seamstress and singer; she loved Jesus, her husband William and their country home, her dog and animals especially horses, creating delicious recipes in the kitchen, family genealogy, Celtic, country and gospel music, playing the piano, traveling, and all-things Elvis Presley.

Debra will be sadly missed by her husband William Maurice Longchamps; children: Kristy Ann Ebert (Andy) of Oak Grove, MO and Jeffrey Lee Cox (Erica) of Peculiar, MO; six grandchildren: Brittany (Seattle, WA), Michaela and Madelyn (Independence, MO) and Ayden and Alex (Peculiar, MO) and Aiyana (Clinton, MO); and two siblings: Janet Duckworth (Raytown, MO) and Paul Willoughby (Lee’s Summit, MO).

Service Information

Visitation will be 12PM, with services to follow at 1PM, Tuesday, May 18 at Park Lawn Funeral Home, 8251 Hillcrest Rd., Kansas City, Missouri. Immediately following the funeral services, Debra will be laid to rest next to her parents, Robert and Virginia (Maddux) Willoughby, in Green Lawn Cemetery, Kansas City, Missouri. Flowers, live plants, and other contributions are welcome.

Longchamps, Debra Ann's Guestbook

I was so very sorry to hear of Debbie’s passing. I went to high school with her, although she was 2 years older than me. We sang in the choir together at FBC, Raytown. She was a jewel and always had an encouragement to share. I’m praying for you all as you process and grieve well.

Melanie Ebel

So sorry for your loss. Will keep all family and friends in my Prayers. Debby Enyeart

Debby Enyeart

Debra Longchamps was my younger sister. She was a beautiful caring, loving sister and had a quality of character that you cannot find much of the time. She loved her family. She had a peaceful loving childhood and a honest and christian course of growing up. She highly skilled in music, a singer, a guidance of genuine righteous quality and always helped other people. She never concentrated on negative issues in life but knew how to accept the love and understanding from other populations. She was a christian and always stayed steady in her religious beliefs. It is going to difficult for me to understand why she is go and her absence will always take me back to the years when we shared life together. Janet Duckworth

Janet Duckworth

Although she will be missed by many I rejoice for Debbie because I know she is now with our Lord Jesus.

Donna Points

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