Debbie Ann Guenthner, 65 of Borger passed away Thursday, October 25, 2018. Services will be at 10:00 a.m., Monday October 29, at Minton Memorial Chapel with Pastor Conny Moore, officiating. Burial will follow at Westlawn Memorial Park under the direction of Minton Chatwell Funeral Directors.
Debbie was born in Borger, Texas to Carl and Patricia (Jones) Overby. She was a lifetime resident of Borger, and married Mark Guenthner on January 1, 1983. She was a Food Service Manager at Golden Plains Hospital. She loved to crochet, writing poetry, collecting butterflies. She especially loved her grandbabies.
Debbie was preceded in death by her parents, granddaughter, Kiersten McCall and her brother Dennis Milum.
Survivors are her husband, Mark; son Jerry Guenthner and wife, Geneva of Medicine Lodge, Kansas; daughters, Crystall Elrod of Ada, Oklahoma and Regina Mayberry and husband, Daniel of Sweeny, TX; brothers, Gary Overby and wife, Lajohanna of Lubbock and Terry Milum of Borger; sister, Rhonda Roberts and husband Bruce of Borger; seven Grandchildren and six Great-grandchildren.
Mark and family, my sincerest condolences. Debbie was an amazing lady with such a loving spirit. She made such a difference in my briother John’s life. A void that will never be filled without her. I pray that God will send countless angels to surround all of you with His love and comfort today and all your days to come.
Renae WardHouston, TX
You are a special person. I will always remeber and cherish our time we had growing up and as adults. I love you so much and will always love you dearly.
Gary OverbyLubbock, TX
You & your family our in our prayers.
Joey, Miranda, & Gavin Martinez
MIRANDA MARTINEZBORGER, TX
All my prayers are for the family in this difficult time.
Tammy hooksstinnett, TX
Thinking of you with prayers and love. 💐
John and Lida WhiteheadSkellytown, TX
My prayers and thoughts continue to be with each of you during this time of grief and in the days to come. May the Lord comfort you with His love.
Lee Ann Tucker CookBorger, TX
Mark and Family, I'm so sorry for your loss. Debbie was one of the sweetest ladies I ever knew. I was fortunate enough to get to call her Aunt Debbie and loved how she included me even when she didnt have to when I was younger. She will be missed ❤ My Love, Thoughts and Prayers are with you all
Amy CarlockBORGER, TX