Deborah Talley Quimby , 77 of Decatur Georgia passed away Wednesday, May 21, 2014. Debbie graduated from Decatur High School in 1955. She retired from Emory Hospital’s Medical Engineering department in 1999. Debbie absolutely loved the beach and spending time with her family. She was a loving wife, Mother and very special “Grammie”. A longtime member of St. Michaels and All Angels Episcopal church, Debbie was a member of the Daughters of the King. She gave countless hours and devotion to the church. Debbie is preceded in death by her husband Wallace P. Quimby. She is survived by her children, Rae Nash (Susan), Tim Nash (Margaret), Reesie Maple (Keith), Amanda Quimby, Phili Quimby (Boots), grandchildren, Trey Nash, Justin Nash, Chad Nash, Nash Maple, Emily Maple, great grandchildren, Savannah Nash, Anna Nash, Brother Harvey G Talley (Miriam), nephew Matt Talley. Visitation will be Thursday, May 22nd at Wages and Sons Funeral Home, Stone Mountain, Georgia, from 6-8pm. A Private service will be held for family only on Friday, May 23rd.

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  1. Grammie, you will be truly missed. It was an honor to be your daughter in law. I love you shug!

  2. Love you Grammie!! You finally have your wings! I know you will be watching over us all! You will be missed.

  3. Missing you and the passt frequent calls to come…when Wally was ill, and when you were lonly. So many calls , so may tr i ps up the state. Angels around you always.

  4. I love the picture of Debbie above . That is the woman I met several years ago when she and my dad ( Al ) became friends back in Atlanta . They met at a nice grieving organization that helped widows / widowers grieve , cope , adjust and meet new friends . At first there was a group of 4 that really became buds . They called themselves ” The 4 musketeers . ” They would go to lunch , movies and other things for several years . Soon it became apparent that dad and Debbie’s relationship grew. Over the years both had moved but that didn’t stop the daily calls or the love. I thank her children for helping them see each other as best as they could in driving her up to Tn. May you all find peace and comfort knowing she doesn’t hurt anymore. God Bless

  5. My deepest sympathy to the family. May you find comfort through God’s Word and strenghten your faith through the
    promises he have for all of us. Isaiah 25:8 and Revelation 21:4

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