Deborah Kay Lewis Worley

Obituary of Deborah Kay Lewis Worley

Funeral services for Deborah Kay Lewis Worley are scheduled for 10 AM Monday, January 31, 2022, in the chapel of Golden Funeral Home with Bro. Casey Johnson and Bro. Tim Post officiating. Interment will follow in Beekman Cemetery. A time of visitation will be held Sunday, January 30, 2022, from 5 PM - 7 PM at Goldens. Mrs. Worley, a member of Bonita Road Baptist Church, and lifelong resident of Bastrop passed away Thursday, January 27, 2022, at the age of sixty-six. A devoted wife and mother who loved God and family above all else, she loved to travel and spend time outdoors. Her hobbies through the years included such varying activities as basketball, softball, horseback riding, boating and water skiing, riding with her husband and their motorcycle group. She also greatly enjoyed fishing, photography, tending to her flower gardens, bird watching, and cooking with her family. Deborah was diagnosed with non-alcoholic liver disease in 2014, after which she went through years of clinical trials, experimental treatments and eventually being listed for transplant. She had a strong will to live, outlasted every timeline she was given and fought until the very end. She passed away peacefully surrounded by her family and lifted up in prayer. Mrs. Worley is preceded in death by her parents, Tomie J. Lewis and Emma Patrick Lewis; brother, Thomas R. Lewis; and brother-in-law, Don Johnson. Deborah is survived by her husband of forty-seven years, Jimmy Worley; son, Jamie Lance Worley; sisters, Betty Jo Johnson, and Diane Hudson and husband, Hinkston; and brother, Benny Mack Lewis and wife, Glennis. Serving the family as pallbearers will be Joe Bob Johnson, Keith Wayne Johnson, B.J. Lewis, Hunter Lewis, Robert Worley, and Tanner Kellick. Honorary pallbearers will be Darren Lewis, Ralph Jones, Allen Stutts, Donnie McLeod, and Cole Hughes. Memorial contributions in her honor can be made to St Jude Children's Hospital or Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home in Monroe.
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