Deborah McCrea
Saturday
14
April

Deborah McCrea

10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Saturday, April 14, 2018
St . John FBH
1016 Fulton St
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Saturday
14
April

Deborah McCrea

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Saturday, April 14, 2018
St . John FBH
1016 Fulton St
Brooklyn, New York, United States
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Obituary of Deborah McCrea

Deborah McCrea was born on December 29th of the year 1957 in  Brooklyn, New York to the late Eugene McCrea and Nina McCrea Tucker.

Deborah received her early education in the New York School System. She graduated from St. Mary High School in Kingstree, South Carolina. Once returning to Brooklyn, New York, she attended Hunter College. Deborah was employed at a Law Firm as a Data Entry Operator.

Deborah was an avid member of Bethel Baptist Church of Brooklyn, New York and a dedicated Election Poll Volunteer.  
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 In her free time she enjoyed decorating and live entertainment.  Deborah had a "nack" for fashion and was always fashionably dressed when possible. She was loved by many people and will always be remembered for her loving smile.

Deborah was preceded in death by her Step-father, Robert Tucker and her brother, Terell Tucker.

She leaves to mourn her passing her mother, Nina Tucker; son, Jammar Alonzo Bright (Patrice); four brothers, Eugene, Irving, Shaquille and Roosevelt. Five grandchildren, Nina, Karina, Infiniti, Maurice, Shyanne and her companion Kenny.

Deborah leaves abundant joy and love with her large extended family. Her wonderful and loving Uncle Beo, Aunt and Cousins, Nieces, Nephews and friends and many more.

Deborah McCrea was born on December 29th of the year 1957 in  Brooklyn, New York to the late Eugene McCrea and Nina McCrea Tucker.

Deborah received her early education in the New York School System. She graduated from St. Mary High School in Kingstree, South Carolina. Once returning to Brooklyn, New York, she attended Hunter College. Deborah was employed at a Law Firm as a Data Entry Operator.

 

Deborah was an avid member of Bethel Baptist Church of Brooklyn, New York and a dedicated Election Poll Volunteer.  
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 In her free time she enjoyed decorating and live entertainment.  Deborah had a "nack" for fashion and was always fashionably dressed when possible. She was loved by many people and will always be remembered for her loving smile.

 

Deborah was preceded in death by her Step-father, Robert Tucker and her brother, Terell Tucker.

 

She leaves to mourn her passing her mother, Nina Tucker; son, Jammar Alonzo Bright (Patrice); four brothers, Eugene, Irving, Shaquille and Roosevelt. Five grandchildren, Nina, Karina, Infiniti, Maurice, Shyanne and her companion Kenny.

 

Deborah leaves abundant joy and love with her large extended family. Her wonderful and loving Uncle Beo, Aunt and Cousins, Nieces, Nephews and friends and many more.

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