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Deborah Pickett, 62, of Woodville, Texas transition to glory November 21, 2021

Deborah Pickett was born on July 15, 1959 in Woodville, Texas to the union of John D. Pickett and Mildred McQueen Pickett. Deborah’s name was given to her by her Grandmother, Clemmie McQueen from the Holy Bible. That is why it is pronounced differently.

At an early age Deborah gave her life to Christ at Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church under the Direction of the late Rev. E. A. Coleman. She attended Kirby High School in Woodville, Texas. Afterwards she married Allen Steve Adams, moved to Houston, Texas and unto this union (2) two sons were born. She was employed by the U.S. Postal Service. Later, she moved to Beumont, Texas Where she attended Lamar Institute of Technology and acquired her Associate's Degree. She found a valued friend and confidant, Nathaniel Wiltz, and moved back to her hometown here in Woodville.

Her life here on earth came to a close on Sunday, November, 27, 2021. She was preceded in death by her father, Johnd. Pickett Sr., brother, Robert E. Pickett, and her son, Markus F. Adams.

Deborah’s precious Memories will be cherished by her Mother, Mildred Pickett (5) Brothers, Johnny L. Pickett (Elana), William D. Pickett Sr., Perry L. Pickett (Diane), Lawrence L. Pickett (Lucy) John D. Pickett Jr., (3) Sisters: Jacqueline Pickett, Paula Pickett (Steve), and Regena Pickett (Christopher). (3) Aunts: Bertha M. Hamilton, of Brookland, Texas,Pastoria Perry and Mable J. Lovett, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1) Uncle: Eddy Hue Disnute, of Hampton, Arkansas and a host of cousins, nieces, nephews and Special Friend, Nathaniel Wiltz.

Celebration of Life Services for Deborah Pickett are as follows:

Saturday, November 27th, 2021

Celebration of Life Service: 1:00pm

Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church

405 Cobb Mill Rd.

Woodville, Texas 75979

Services for Deborah Pickett are under the Professional Care of Coleman’s Family

Mortuary 409 South Magnolia Woodville, Texas 75979

*Mask are required*

Coleman’s Family Mortuary along with the Pickett family will require all family and friends to wear their masks and use all safety precautionary measures as well as practice social distancing upon entering the services.