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Deborah Kay (Tucker) Adams February 23, 2024

Deborah Kay (Tucker) Adams was born on December 23,1957 in St Louis Missouri to Lois Ann and John Walter Tucker.

Debbie attended Riddle Jr High , Riddle Oregon and Umpqua Community College of Roseburg Oregon. Debbie held a career at Providence Hospital of Everett during the 80’s and 90’s.

She is survived by her husband of 38 years Richard Thomas Adams, a son Joshua Tucker-Adams-of Hickman Ky, a daughter Rebecca Adams-Woodward of Everett, Wa, a son Chris Adams of Anacortes Wa and a daughter Andrea Adams-Johnson of Spokane Wa. Her loving Grandchildren are Dakota Mudd, Jasmine and Lilly Woodward (Rebecca Woodward) of Everett Wa, Shawn and Riley Adams (Chris Adams) Nathaniel, Benjamin and Nicholas Johnson of Spokane (Andrea Adams-Johnson), Michael Adams of Arizona and Kenchetta Adams of Stanwood (late – Richard Adams ) Tishanda, Akilias, and Quante Abbott of Hickman Ky (Josh-Gretta) and her sister Lila Davenport of Wenatchee Wa

Close to her were nephews Tobi Gibson, Nicholas Tucker of Marysville Wa , Bobby Hickox of Everett Wa, Luke Penney of Lake Stevens , and niece Shannon (Tucker)- Gahagan of East wenatchee . Still living a lifetime best friend of Oregon Amy Thrall.

She is preceded in death by her mother and father, her Brother John Dewayne Tucker, a sister Rebecca Ann Simpson, a baby brother Arlen Tucker., a son Richard Adams and his baby girl Ashley.

Our sweet Debbie passed June 8,2023 after only a 10 day diagnosis of cancer. Forever in our hearts.

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  1. Marian Scott says

    My deepest sympanthies to the family! Thinking of you and sending you lots of prayers an love.

  2. Rebecca adams says

    My heart is so broken without you, I’ll miss your smile your laughter even the way you would yell at us you mean everything to me and I’m lost without you here. But your free from pain and suffering and flying high amongst the angels above. I love you mommy forever and a day

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