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Debra “Debbie” J. Daggs

Debra “Debbie” J. Daggs

Debra "Debbie" J. Daggs, age 64, of Ursa, went to be with her heavenly father after a courageous battle with cancer on Monday, September 13, 2021. Debbie is survived by the love of her life and companion of 30 years, Sandy Constable. She was born December 30, 1956 in Quincy, the daughter of Dolan and Mary Ann (Biesterfeld) Daggs.

Debbie is a graduate of Highland High School, the Class of 1974.

Debbie especially enjoyed delivering upfitted trucks for Knapheide throughout the country. She was the coach for the Little Devils Program for 4th and 5th grade for several years which she took much pride in. She enjoyed playing basketball, volleyball, and softball. Debbie also enjoyed the outdoors, putting in a garden, working with flowers or sitting by a campfire. She liked playing cards and dominoes with friends and family. She always looked forward to going to Arizona in the winter. But, most of all she loved spending time with her immediate family as well as her extended family. She enjoyed playing with the children and loving them.

In addition to Sandy, survivors also include her sisters: Karen (Joe) Schroeder of Ewing, MO, Sharon (Jim) Schlager of Canton, MO, Lori Adrian of Hannibal, MO, brothers: Jerry Daggs of Canton, MO and Doug (Joy) Daggs of Ewing, MO; her extended family: Corie (Curtis) Royer of Ursa, Amy (Charlie) Huddleston of Lake Charles, LA and John (Niki) Constable of Glen Ellyn, IL; grandchildren: Abby and Bella Huddleston, Canon Royer, Addy, Jayce and Nora Constable. Several nieces and nephews also survive.

Debbie was preceded in death by her parents, Dolan and Mary Ann Daggs, a brother Greg and three nephews, Johnny Lay, Patrick Schroeder and Dalton Daggs all of Ewing, MO.

Funeral services will be held on Friday, September 17, 2021 at 10:30 a.m. in the Salem Evangelical United Church of Christ by Pastor Matthew Hunt. Visitation will be held on Thursday at 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. in Duker & Haugh Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Blessing Hospice or the Salem Evangelical United Church of Christ. Online messages of condolences may be given at www.dukerandhaugh.com

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From:
Charles and Amy Huddleston
Lake Charles, LA
Comments:
Mom, I can't imagine your pain and the sense of loss after losing your partner of 30 years. We love you and you will be ok. God says, "He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away". I hope after what you've been through the past 2 years that you can find comfort in her resting in peace. We love you! Chuck, Amy, Abigail and Isabella
From:
Jeff Moran
Quincy, IL
Comments:
Sandy, John and I both send our love and we had so many good times with you and Debbie. The dinners you always made and all the games we'd play. Your terrific garage sales in which John and I ALWAYS Attended. John and I will be at the visitation and we have food to bring you. We all have fond and fun memories that nobody can take those away from us. GOD BLESS YOU MY FRIEND. JEFF R. MORAN-KING AND JOHN P. KING
From:
Stacey Nicholas
Lewistown, MO
Comments:
May God's loving and eternal arms surround you in your time of mourning. I wholly believe that Debbie entered the halls of the Church Eternal with dance, love, and laughter.
From:
Wheeler
Bloomington, IL
Comments:
Aunt Sandy,
I love you and hurt for you as you go through this loss of your partner and best friend. Hoping you find comfort in that she is at peace now and pray that you feel the love of all those you have touched over the years. Your impact on my life has been immeasurable and will never be forgotten. I love you Aunt Sandy, I DO, I DO, I DO!!
From:
Dixie Griggs
La Grange, MO
Comments:
Sorry for your loss....Marge Wright
From:
Carol Watts
Springfield, IL
Comments:
Dear Sandy, I wish you the best of peace and contentment in knowing Debbie is now in the care of the heavenly Angels. Debbie and you had many years of happy memories in experiences from family gatherings to surprise rodeo’s and wild horses in Az. I wish the best for Debbie’s family and their loss. I love you and pass on peace of mind for Debbie’s peaceful passing at home in your loving care.
From:
Trudy Schreck Deters
Collinsville, IL
Comments:
I'm so sorry for the loss of Debbie, a good person, cared about people, I knew her in school and then, through my job, rest in peace now.
From:
Lori Weiss
New London, MO
Comments:
I have not seen either Debbie or Sandy in a long time, I have always carried you both close to my heart. Debbie will be truly missed, she was a wonderful person. My prayers and love go out to Sandy and the family.
From:
Susan A Johnson/Daggs
FRESNO, CA
Comments:
I never met Debbie but we did reach out to each other threw my Ancestry tree one year. Sorry for your loss. I remember her parents when my grandparents took me back to Ewing to visit them. Debbie will be missed by so many she has touched. Prayers for Sandy for peace and comfort.
Susan Daggs/Johnson
From:
Chris Hodges
Tulsa, OK
Comments:
I am sad to hear of Deb's passing. I worked with her in Quincy at FedEx. She was a beautiful individual with a generous heart and soul. I'm so sorry for your loss Sandy.