Debra Ann Davis Stanley, Rest In Peace

A woman of valor, who can find?

She is more precious than fine pearls.

Her husband trusts in her and so he lacks nothing.

She does him good, never harm, all the days of her life.

She perceives that her labor is rewarding, her candle burns into the night.

She reaches out to those in need, and extends her hands to the poor.

She is clothed in strength and dignity, she faces the future cheerfully.

She speaks with wisdom, the law of kindness is on her lips.

Her children rise up and bless her; her husband sings her praises.

Many daughters have done valiantly, but you exceed them all.

An adaptation of Proverbs 31 from the Hebrew.

24 responses to “Debra Ann Davis Stanley, Rest In Peace

  1. May she rest in peace. Our condolences. Joe & Eva

  2. She is gone. I am sorry Stanley.

  3. Bob and Jan Phillips

    Dick: Our deepest heart-felt condolences.

  4. Dick, our condolences and prayers for you and your family.

    Wes and Diana Penrose

  5. M. Lee luckey

    Dick, so sorry for your lost. Our thoughts and prayers or with you.

  6. Bob and Nancy Fusco

    Very sorry to hear of your loss, our prayers are with you. Warm regards Bob & Nancy Fusco

  7. Charles Woodbury

    So sorry to hear this news. Best wishes to you, Dick, your son and the extended family

    Charlie Woodbury, OCS classmate

  8. Dick, I am so sorry to hear about Debra’s passing. Rebecca and I send our condolences. We pray that you will be comforted.
    Rick and Rebecca

  9. Dick, We are sorry for your loss. I am glad I was able to meet Debra on a couple of occasions. Our thoughts are with you and Jack.
    Tom and Bev

  10. God bless both your souls. I’m sure she knew that she was well-loved, and you likewise. My prayers for the departed and the bereaved.

  11. Dick, we are deeply saddened by the lost of your wife Debra. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and Jack.

    Chuck and Jessica

  12. Gail & I are so sorry about Debra’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Dick, and your family. She was a wonderful person with many great memories for sure. God Bless Debra & all of you in the Stanley family & friends.

  13. God rest her soul, and comfort you and your son. I am very sorry to read of her passing.

  14. Dick Stanley, I am so very sorry. 55 is much too young. You “introduced me” to Debra, and to Jack, too, back in 2003, when you and I got reacquainted at our first OC-504-68 reunion at Fort Benning. I’m glad to see that you’ve heard from so many of our OCS classmates. My wife Nancy joins me in expressing sympathy to you, Jack and your extended family. Chuck Adams

  15. Dick, My sincere condolences on the untimely loss of Debra. You may be absent from our group but are still very much a part of the Sons of Sixty Family. Our blessings go out to you and your family. Art Dupay

  16. Ernie and Carol Weber

    Dick we are sorry to hear about Debra’s passing. Carol and I extend are deepest sympathy to you and your family. Warm regards Ernie and Carol Weber

  17. Pete McCarthy

    Dick, So sorry for your loss, prayers for you, Jack, and all the family. Pete McCarthy

  18. Dick,
    Joyce and I send our condolences. God bless you and Jack and may Debra rest in peace.
    Jim Klar & Joyce Ryan

  19. Marshall Sapperstein

    Dick, Eileen & I are so sorry to learn of Debra’s passing. May all your happy memories help to ease your pain. Our prayers are with you and Jack at this very sad time. Marshall Sapperstein

  20. Dick,
    Mary and I are very sorry to hear about your loss and send our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Butch and Mary

  21. Dick, We are so sorry for your loss. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts, and please take care. Bob Martin

  22. Dick, I am very sorry for your loss,my sincere condolences to you and family.

  23. It took me a good seven minutes to come up with “So sorry for your loss.” This can’t be easy for you. Be strong.

  24. It isn’t, CG, but I’m working at it. Thanks for stopping by.