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Debra Ann Sago-Rupert was born April 30, 1957 to the late Dorothy and Peter Williams in Chicago, Illinois. She attended and graduated from Austin High school in 1975. Debra accepted Christ at an early age. Also in 1975 she gave birth to her first born twins Akesha Williams (Eddins) and Latesha Williams(Bell), then her last born Nicholas Williams in 1983. Throughout the years she gained 5 grandchildren whom she cherished and help raise as her own. In 2017 she married the love of her life Marvin Rupert and gained 3 step children. Debra worked at Meadow Brook Manor for over 10 years.
“To know her is to love her” and “The life of the party” Debra was the most generous and kindest person you would ever meet, she would give the shirt off her, she loved helping those in need, there was never a dull moment with her , her presence was ALWAYS known.
She leaves to cherish her Memories: Her husband Marvin Rupert ; Her daughters, Akesha (Reggie) and Latesha (Robert) ; Her son Nicholas Williams ; stepchildren Marvin Rupert Jr, Ashley Rupert and Sadona McCormick ; Grandchildren Markee Williams, Sylvia Williams, Dashae Eddins, Kyilee Bell, Jasmine Eddins ; Her Sisters Jean Sago, Barbara Sago aka Kabah AlJihad (Dawud), Cynthia Mraz (Eric) and Sandra Sago ; Her brothers Carl Williams(Patti) and Craig Williams(Carolyn) and Patrick Williams (who predeeded her in death); Her great grandchildren Keasia, Nyasia, Jakhai, Journee & Jameer and a host of Nieces, Nephews and close family and friends. She will truly be missed.
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Sandra was the first person that I met when my family moved on Long&Ohio. I remember shortly after that, meeting her whole family. Shortly after I became pregnant with my first born, me and Debra became really close friends. I already knew her but we had started to see each and talk more about our lives. I miss her. I remember when she told me she was pregnant and after we had our babies (Pettie and Truemain) they also became close friends. Her and her family are like family to me and my family! We will continue to keep all of you in our prayers. Lyneth Cross
Rest In Peace!
Always smiling Dancing
My Aunt Debra. I love you
My dear cousin Debra. Take your rest. Peace and light .
Mama was so much fun and full of life! She will truly be missed. I send love, condolences, and comfort to you all.
Sean and Nikki Anderson
Not everyone is blessed friends that become family but we are. For beautiful memories & a legacy of love; we praise God for Mrs. Deborah. He broke the mode when He made you. Take your rest.
Debra was the life of the party. She will keep you laughing and was always fun to be around. There was never a dull moment when she was around. May you rest in peace!
Very kind and sweet woman. Many blessings and prayers to entire family during this tough time. May you all cherish the beautiful memories and wonderful times with Miss Debra.
One of the most down-to-earth good-hearted people in and out to know her is to love her I’m really going to miss you rest in heaven I know you watching over all of us.
Ketaschi and Stephen Stanley
I know no words can take away the pain, but please know that you all are in our prayers. Love you much
A beautiful soul inside and out, you will truly be missed.