Deborah Grimes Fight for Life
Families are Forever! At the end of her journey here on earth she knew her family was with her. Her husband had been an amazing blessing to my sister and the love they shared will be everlasting. Her 3 children were also a huge support through her battle with cancer and were a huge blessing to her.
The family wants to thank everyone who was apart of Deborah’s life and to everyone who sent her encouraging words. She was extremely grateful and felt an overwhelming amount of love and support.
The memorial service will be held on January 13th 2018 at 1pm. Located at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at 835 North Belair Rd. Evans Ga 30809 #dgfightforlife
Past few weeks my sister’s health has really declined. Christmas Day she fell hit her head and the ambulance came and took her to the hospital. She has a gash on her eye and was in pain. I know she really enjoyed her three children and daughter in law being there to spend Christmas with her and her husband. So then yesterday my sister had a couple of falls and hurt her ankle, and all this has led to her being bed ridden now. She has hospice aid come in to bath her and she’s on liquid morphine to keep her comfortable. My sister having a difficult time swallowing as well. My sisters hospice nurse says my sister doesn’t have long at all, maybe not to New Years and if she makes it to then not long after. Please continue to pray that she is comfortable and out of pain. Please pray for her husband and children and all of our family as this is very difficult to see a loved one like this. Please pray for my parents- losing a child , I can’t imagine.
If you can donate please do, funds are needed as my sisters husband is home with Debbie. #dgfightforlife
I got to sing to hymns to my sister on FaceTime tonight as she slept. I know she feels the angels around her. I love her soooo much.. sisters forever ❤️❤️❤️
With the holidays it makes me think of so many people. Some I may not even know. There's someone fighting a battle with their health, there's someone that doesn't have a job and no place to live so they are living out of there car. There are those that are mourning the loss of a spouse, child, parent, aunt,uncle, sibling or grandparent. You never know what someone is going thru. I challenge you to be kind, lend a hand, show a smile. - it will make a difference in someone's day.
I'm thankful for all of you that have showed support to my sister and our family through these difficult times.
My sister has not been doing well. Both of her legs are swollen and she can’t even barley bend her leg, she has to use her hand to lift them. Her hospice nurse told her she needed to stay of her feet. She has been dealing with this swelling for several months but it has gotten worse. Her breathing has gotten worse. Her pain is bad, but she has to get that morphine and her other pain meds in her to help that. Normally when someone is on hospice you are on it for 6 months at a time. You come off for a bit then can get put back on. Well my sister has been on it since September but she will continue to stay on it because of her condition.
She wants to meet her grandbaby so bad that is due in March. I pray this day will come and she can meet and hold baby Landen.
Donations for my sister are crucial. Although hospice pays for everything she needs. The funds are needed to help with living expenses. My sister’s husband is trying to stay at home with my sister as much as he can but the bills continue to come in. As much as I would like to be there all the time with her as well as our parents we do live a few hours away and sometimes our own health is preventing us from traveling. That saddens my heart when she ask me if I’m coming and I have to explain why I can not. Breaks my heart more than anything. My sister will have her memorial here in Augusta /Martinez when that time comes. But for now ....Please continue to pray for her and the family. I pray for a miracle!! God Bless #dgfightforlife
Sharing this picture : old Christmas ornaments from when we were younger of my sister (in the middle) myself and our brother
Tearful video....what a beautiful family you have standing behind you Debbie! You have everything within you to fight and win this battle...there's no doubt in my mind how this journey is going to turn out! God's in your corner girl...when you are weak, then you are through Christ! Love you...
God bless and be with you all as the holidays approach and for Deborah's spirit and body at this time. Many love and admire Deborah and she has been the very best Mom to Ryan, Lauren, and Noah. May God grant everyone peace and strength and time to see Baby Landen. My heart breaks for y'all but I do know our Lord and Christ endure and will pull you through it. Love those cute Christmas ornament photos!
We are keeping you in our prays.i know what you are going threw .You are a very strong woman.and you have the best man by your side.
Our God is a God of hope. We as His children are people of trust in His plan. PRayers for you Deborah.