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Deborah Cogue Meyerhoff, age 69, of Newnan, passed away December 29, 2021.
Deb, also known as “Dep” to friends and family, was born in Michigan on August 6, 1952. In her teenage years, Deb moved to Ohio where she graduated from high school and then attended Ohio State University. In 1981, Deb was wed to Roger Meyerhoff. The couple became parents to one daughter and one son. They lived in Vermont and New York for a time before their final move in 1985 to Georgia, where Deb spent the remainder of her life.
Deb was skilled in her many occupations. She was a longtime paramedic and spent many years working as a household manager. Furthermore she was a licensed real estate agent. She was also a successful Spiritual Healer for more than 15 years. During this time she used spiritual connections to help people heal and improve their lives.
Deb had a deep appreciation for life and nature. She respected the Earth and made efforts to be beneficial to the environment. She enjoyed gardening, recycling and feeding the animals in the wild. She was an amazing mother who taught her children responsibility. She made sure they understood the depths of her love for them. Deb was incredibly caring and would go to great lengths to help others in need. She loved to laugh and enjoyed life. Deb was patient and kind. She loved and was loved deeply by many family and friends.
Deb was preceded in death by her beloved husband Roger Meyerhoff, father Courtlandt Barry, mother Marian Kirtcher, sister Diedre Spurgeon, and loyal feline companions Wolfie and Wicket. She is survived by her daughter: Cortney M. Daniels and her partner Augustine Latorre of Dadeville, AL; son and daughter-in-law: Matthew and Marian Meyerhoff of Newnan; grandchildren: Andrew Daniels, Marian Daniels, Dawson Meyerhoff and R.J. Meyeroff.
A Memorial Service will be held at 5 PM on Sunday, January 9, 2022 at Math Fields Event Center, 3616 Fayetteville Road, Griffin, Georgia. The Meyerhoff family is being assisted by Georgia Cremation, 1086 Hwy 54 W, Fayetteville, GA.
Terie Cox says
Deborah was a bright light and she will certainly be missed here at the A. Mitchell Powell Library. We always looked forward to seeing her smiling face. We were so very sorry to hear of her passing. Our payers go out to her loving family.
Earl J Budke says
Deborah was the definition of always smiling without smiling. She talked with her kind eyes. Whether it was friends or family or even strangers….Deborah’s heartfelt presence made everyone around her better. She also had a beautiful smile that filled a room of happiness.
She loved and lived life to it’s fullest every day. She treasured her 2 children. She instilled in her children love and happiness and compassion for others.
Deborah will be truly missed. There will be a void in everyone’s life
Prayers to all who had the privilege of knowing her
RIP my friend
Christopher Meyerhoff says
Sincere condolences from Chris, Anna, Thea and Metta Meyerhoff. We are so sorry for your loss. Aunt Deb was such a kind person. Our prayers out with you.
Lorie Barry Wylie says
I was Deborah’s 1/2 first cousin once removed and although I was very young when Uncle Courtlandt and Aunt Marian came to Ohio, I remember Deborah and Diedre vividly. They were teenagers and I was just 5 or 6 years old, but they were wonderful to me. So sorry for your loss.