Deborah Hamilton

January 17, 1951 ‒ November 04, 2018

Mansfield, Ohio

MANSFIELD: Deborah A. Hamilton, 67, peacefully went to sleep for the last time surrounded by family on Sunday, November 4th.

Debbie was always such a character, even through the last few years of her illness. Debbie was never one to shy away from being silly or having a good laugh. She loved spending hours playing games on her computer but most of all she loved spending time with family and friends.

Debbie is survived by her five children Tabby (Matt) Kader, Jonathan (Karri) Hamilton, Samuel Hamilton, Amanda (Brian Foegen) Hamilton, and Kimberly (Matthew) Ryan as well as her brother Mark (Stephanie) Justice, and sister Dorothy Justice. Debbie had thirteen grandchildren who were the lights of her life, Erika, Jessie, Celeste, Hannah, Ivy, Kylee, Jairus, Halle, Landon, Haiden, Bailey, Sophia, and Samantha and five great grandchildren as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

A special thanks to her loving caretakers and friends Vonte Allen-Deener and Deltina Garrett as well as all the staff at Northeast Professionals, her NP Ernie Clifton, Dr. Leone and everyone at Homecare Matters for all the extra care they provided.

Debbie will be received in heaven by both her parents, Ethel and Clarence Justice, her three sisters, Nancy Belcher, Rhonda Hall and Marilyn Thompson, a younger brother Danny Justice and the love of her life David Scott.

Per her request there will be no calling hours at this time and instead the family will hold a private grave side service in Oak Grove Memorial Park near Lexington.

Snyder Funeral Homes is honored to serve Deborah’s family and encourage you to share a fond memory or message of condolence to them at

  • Dear Amanda and Family,

    I was one of the nurses that came to the house and also came to Debra’s home and took care of her. I felt bad when I read about her passing but I know she is in heaven and no longer suffering now. She is with her parents and the love of her life David now. She will be in my thoughts and prayers daily and you all will.
    God Bless and the Lord Be with you all during this difficult time.
    Norma Hopkins (Nurse)