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Debbie Denise (Tenderoni) Sims

Memorial for Debbie Denise (Tenderoni) Sims

Born in Memphis, Tennessee on Feb. 15, 1960
Departed on Jul. 14, 2010 and resided in Austin, TX.
Service: Saturday, Jul. 24, 2010
12 pm
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Debbie Sims was born on February 15, 1960 in Memphis Tennessee to proud parents Ulis Brown and Palestine Sims. Our beloved Debbie was called home by our heavenly father on July 14, 2010 at 10:40p.m. It was then that she was transefered from the labor of life to the rest and fellowship with the saints of GOD. It will be a glorious time when we meet her again on the other side.

Debbie attended Magnolia Elementary school in Memphis Tennessee. The family relocated to Queens New York where she was enrolled and attended in P.S. 45 Elementary school and 210 Middle school. Debbie then attended John Adams High School where she graduated in 1977.

In 1977, Debbie furtherd her education by enrolling in LaGuardia Community College where she majored in Computer Science. She received her Asociates degree in June of 1981. Debbie shortly after became an employee of IBM for 3 years in the State of New York.

On August 20, 1983, Debbie and her long time sweetheart Mr. Ronald Ellis gave birth to their son Deron Damien Ellis. In 1988, Debbie moved to Manasas, Virginia where she continued her employment with IBM as a Technician Analyst. Debbie remained in Virginia until her job transferred her to Austin, Texas in 1992.

In 2001, Debbie became an employee of the Department of Public Safety/Narcotics Division. She was also a seasonal employee at the IRS for 5 years.

Debbie is preceded in death by her father Mr. Ulis Brown.

Debbie loved her family dearly. Moreover it was known that none or nothing took the place of her son Deron Ellis, her beloved mother Palestine Sims and the love of her life her granddaughter Amya Ellis.

Debbie was known for her love and kindness that she shared with everyone. She was a free spirited person who touched the lives of everone she met in a unique and special way. Most impotantly, Debbie will be remembered for the love she had for our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Debbie knew that GOD holds all power in his hands and she carried out his mission by spreading his word and witnessing to those she conversed with. Debbie was known for encouraging others and praying for her family members and friends.

Debbie will be remembered for her uncanny jokes, warm heart and her love for traveling. She enjoyed listening to all types of music (especially blues). Debbie would invite friends over, and create a warm atmosphere conducive for fellowship.

Debbie was a active member of the 19th Street Baptist Church since 1996, pastored by the honorable Pastor M.C. Walker.

She was a devoted daughter, mother, grandmother, family member and friend. She touched the lives of so many people in ways we cannot imagine. Debbie will be missed more that words can say. We loved her much, but GOD loved her best. She will always remain close in our hearts as well as our memories.

Debbie D. Sims was beyond a shadow of doubt a phenominal woman.

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