Debra Sue Brewer (update) (69)
Birth: January 18, 1954
Death: January 23, 2023
Debra Sue Brewer, 69, of Crossville, Illinois, died Monday, January 23, 2023, at her home. She was born January 18, 1954, in Sandwich, Illinois, the daughter of Wayne C. Reeder and Margaret (Taylor) Reeder. She was married to Ronald Ernest Brewer on June 30, 1998, and he survives.
Debra was a homemaker and enjoyed painting, arts, and crafts. She previously worked at Maier’s Grocery in Crossville.
Survivors include husband Ronald Ernest Brewer of Crossville, Illinois; sons Matt Upton and Brad (Lana) Upton of Phoenix, Arizona; stepson Robert Brewer (Farrah Taylor); sisters Tammy (Dell) Driggers of Grayville, Illinois, and Tina (Dane) Eggertsen of Benton, Illinois; grandchildren Parker Upton, River Upton, Alexis Upton, Trinity Upton, Kaden Upton, and Raymyn Brewer; several nieces, nephews, and cousins.
She is preceded in death by her parents; and sister Darla Reeder.
Debra’s remains were cremated and no services are planned at this time.
Cook Funeral Chapel in Crossville, Illinois, is assisting the family.
4 thoughts on “Debra Sue Brewer (update)”
Oh my gosh, loved our time together growing up. So sad. What a lucky family you are to have had Debbie. She had such a sense of humor and a wonderful smile. The world was a better place with her in it.
I was so sad to hear about Debbie’s passing. I went to High School with her. She was so fun to hang out with. She was so sweet and so kind to everyone. Debbie,May you Rest In Peace, you were a wonderful person to know. Sending prayers for her family.🙏🙏🙏
Debbie was the sunshine on a rainy day!! She brought joy to everyone around her, I thank God everyday that my uncle found her and made her part of our family!! Aunt Debbie I love you and you are missed by so many!
I wanted to go the visitation tonight so badly. It looks like the weather is not going to be fit for travel so I don’t want to risk it. Debbie was a wonderful fried. We had a group in high school and had such fun times doing what teen agers do. Debbie’s family and ours spent time together when the kids were little. She loved her boys so much! She loved her home and took pride in all she did. She was a good person, mother and friend. She will be missed!