Deborah Ann Jones (affectionately known as "Deb" or "BJ") was born to the late Douglas and Beverly Jones on January 15, 1963, in Cleveland, Ohio. Her parents preceded her in death, along with her younger sister (Ethel Margo Jones).
Debra accepted Christ at an early age. She lived her life of always thinking about her beliefs and what is right or wrong morally. Debra was a graduate of the Cleveland School System. At an early adult age, Debra couldn't decide what career path she wanted to take so she hosted a variety of jobs that she really didn't like. But when she found "The Harbor Light Complex" she had a change in her life. This new change of life gave her a purpose for others.
Starting at the bottom did not stop her. She was determined to make it work. She was promoted to an administrative position through hard work and love for clients. Debra accumulated many friendships and associates while there. She was very liked by staff and clients. The confidence and knowledge that Debra had attained through her employment at Harbor Light spilled over into her social life.
Throughout the city, there were always former clients that gave her a pleasant, "hello, and "how you doing Ms. Jones". That always warmed her soul, knowing that someone remembered, and appreciated, her assistance. Even though Deborah retired due to illness, she always spoke about going to Harbor Light to help out.
Debra leaves behind her precious memories and a loving son (Joshua Jones) She also had met and joined together with the love of her life, Dennis Super. She left three siblings (all brothers), Bruce Douglas (Joann), Lawrence Gregory and Nathan (Carla). Many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Her faithful and eternal sister, Deb Winston.
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