Deborah "Debbie" Sue Babineaux

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Deborah "Debbie" Sue Babineaux, age 63, of Acworth, Georgia gained her angel wings on October 14th, 2019.

Debbie was born on January 14th, 1956 in Fort Bragg, South Carolina to Sue and Sergeant Major Vilas E. "Buddy" Muir. Debbie was a sister to Mike Muir, mother to Britton Maynard & her husband Chris of Acworth Georgia and Jeremy McBrayer & his wife Lindsey of Dallas, Georgia. Debbie was a loyal employee at K. T. I. Logistics in White, Georgia where she was an account manager for 15 years.

Debbie was a deeply devoted and a loving grandmother called "Giga" to her precious grand kids Mallory, Maggie, Maddox Maynard & Walker and Paisley McBrayer-whom she was very proud!  Debbie loved any holidays and absolutely all family get-togethers; any chance to spend time with her family was important to her!

Debbie was known for her 'feistiness' yet fun-loving sense of humor. She will be dearly missed by all that knew her and loved her.

Debbie, Mom, Giga, Sister, Friend, a complete daddy's girl will forever be in our hearts. The family will start receiving friends at 3:00 PM followed by a memorial service at 5 p.m.  on October 20, 2019.

3 Comments To "Deborah "Debbie" Sue Babineaux"

Sherry Bragg Baxter On Oct 16 2019 at 4pm
I love you Debbie and will miss you terribly. You will always be my best friend longer than we both could remember! Haha - give your Daddy and my Momma and Daddy a hug for me - sing, dance and be happy in Heaven until I see you again. Always in my heart - love you. Reply to this comment
Kelley Jones On Oct 16 2019 at 4pm
I worked with Debbie for 15 years at KTI/Kennesaw Transportation and loved her from the day I met her. When I think of one word for Debbie, it would be "Family". She adored her family and you could see the pride in her face when she talked about Britton & Jeremy. When she talked about her grandkids, her whole face lit up. The family was her life!! Debbie was my party planning partner. She knew how to cook and throw a party. I dont know how many holiday Luncheons & Baby showers we've done together. Debbie was such a devoted & dependable worker. If she didn't have a pre-planned vacation, she was at work. I also have fond memories of how she would "mother" some of the younger employees. It was nature to "take care" of people. I will miss my sweet friend. Reply to this comment
Sabrina Patrick Dean On Oct 16 2019 at 4pm
Debbie meant so very much to me at a time in my life, I needed a big sister We lived together, with our little daughters, Britton and Brandi. She and I worked together at INPO, Institute of Nuclear Power I will miss this beautiful, thoughtful woman I love her with all my heart ♥️ Reply to this comment
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