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Debbie (Hudson) Lane
January 16, 1959 ~ January 3, 2024 (age 64) 64 Years Old
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Debbie Hudson Lane, 64, of Riegelwood passed away on Wednesday, January 3, 2024 at her home. She was born on January 16, 1959 in Carteret County, NC to her late father, Edward Tremane Hudson and late mother, Lois Teel Monzon.
Debbie is survived by her two daughters: Crystal Jones (Brian) of WIlmington and Heather Gore (Keith) of Leland and grandchildren Gavin Jones, Kerigan Child-Pinion (Matt), Jacob Gore (Erin), Hunter Gore, and Ayden Gore. Also surviving is her sister Kim Veal (Chris) of Fort Oglethorpe GA, her brother Ryan Monzon of Ivanhoe, very special companion and friend, Wayne Robinson of Bolton and numerous nieces, nephews and extended family members and lifelong friends.
Debbie was predeceased by and now reunited in heaven with her late husband and love of her life, Lloyd, her parents and her brother Eddie Hudson.
Debbie grew up in Morehead City and moved to Leland, NC as a teenager. She made friends easily, wore a smile and never met a stranger. She enjoyed talking with everyone she met and never forgot a name or face. Softball was a sport she loved and played for years making tons of friends along the way. She could be found watching her girls grow up playing softball and at every activity they had. Then the grandkids took over every free second! There were very few, if any, games, birthdays, graduations, milestones etc that she missed. She was always just there with a smile and ready to do whatever was needed for the family and also her friends. If she could do something, give something or make someone smile or feel loved, she just did it without asking. With family being spread over many states, she always made time to pick up the phone to keep in contact with them as well and even made trips to Georgia, Texas, Oklahoma and countless other places.
Debbie was a postal carrier in Delco for several years. She knew most everyone on her route and in the community. If not, she would somehow make a connection and realize they had mutual friends or acquaintances . She enjoyed telling the family stories of coworkers, people on her route, a few of their pets she met and gave a treat to, her infamous car breakdowns and weather issues. Her customers and coworkers were very important and held close to her heart. Church and community were her passion as well. Every Thanksgiving, she would make homemade sweet potato pies and deliver each one to residents and church members in the community. For Christmas, she made homemade chocolate treats and delivered those as well. Friendship and family were everything to her and each person had a special place in her heart. There was no shortage of stories, laughs and memories she shared with everyone, every chance she could.
There is not one person she ever met that she forgot. If you came across her path at any point in her life, you mattered to her whether you knew it or not. She thought of you, prayed for you, and kept a place in her heart just for you.
The funeral service will be at 2:00 pm on Monday, January 8, 2024 at Wesley-Weyman Methodist Church in Riegelwood NC. Burial will follow at Wesley-Weyman Cemetery in Riegelwood directly after with Rev. Bill Altman and Rev. Chris Humphries officiating. Visitation will be held at 1:00 pm prior to the service at the church. Family will also be available at Debbie’s home on Sunday, January 7th from 2-6pm.
Online condolences may be made at www.peacockfuneralhome.net