Debra Lynn Custer

Debra Lynn Custer, 60, of Mt. Jackson, died Sunday, March 3, 2013, at Winchester Medical Center after a three year battle with cancer.

Ms. Custer was born October 28, 1952 in New Market, daughter of the late James Albert Miller, Jr. and Betty Jean Rinker Miller Longerbeam.

She was a member of Hawkinstown United Methodist Church.

She is survived by a daughter, Karen Lutz Taylor of Strasburg; four sisters, Judy Ann Coffman of Edinburg, Patty Leigh Riffey and Lisa Kay Burner, both of Strasburg, Lori Ann Robinson of Woodstock; six brothers, Dennis Lee Fadely of Timberville, Lonnie Fadely of Manassas, James Albert Miller III, Michael Lane Miller and Kim Allen Miller, all of Mt. Jackson, and Kevin Dwayne Miller of Middletown; and one grandchild, Laney Marie Horton.

Funeral services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Dellinger Funeral Home in Mt. Jackson with Pastor Glen Turner officiating. Burial will follow at Keller Cemetery in Toms Brook.

Pallbearers will be Shawn Nicholson, Luke Wilson, Lonnie Fadely, Dennis Fadely, James Miller III, Kevin Miller, Kim Miller and Mike Miller.

The family will receive friends Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society , 2654 Valley Avenue, Suite B, Winchester, VA 22601.

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5 Condolences to Debra Lynn Custer

  1. Anonymous says:

    My prayers goes out to the family at this time of loss.Debbie was always smiles laughts and full of fun.

  2. Joyce and Woody Anderson says:

    Our deepest sympathy to the Miller family. Debbie was a great person with a big heart and a big smile. She fought a hard battle. Now she’s a special angel in heaven. You’ll always have your memories. God bless!

  3. Emmett and Betty Clifton says:

    Our prayers are with all you

  4. Doriss Henry says:

    So very sorry to hear that Debbie passed away. My prayers are with the Miller family.

  5. Rick & Nuna & Liberty Truck Stop says:

    Karen and Debra”s Sister and Brothers
    We at Liberty Truck Stop are sorry to hear of Debbie’s passing. Our prayers are with you all. Debbie was the freind, c0-worker, and most of all a person who cared so much about everyone, that anyone could have know in this world. She touched so many people hearts at the truck stop there wasn’t a day that went bye in the last three years that a driver was not asking how debbie was doing. Debbie was so full of life all the time, making people laugh with her always telling them” just get over it…” when they had some problem. We were all so lucky to have know her. May God bless you all as he take Debbie into heavan with open arms, so she watch over all of us who were so lucky to have known her. God’s speed Debra we will always remember you and will miss you.