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Deborah Leah McIntyre Darley of Peachtree City

Deborah Leah McIntyre Darley of Peachtree City passed away Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 at UAMS in Little Rock, Ark. where she had spent the last 2.5 years battling multiple myeloma.

Deb was born March 15, 1950 in Selmer, Tennessee.

Deb moved to Albany, Ga. in 1962 and graduated from Valdosta State University with a degree in Mathematics.

Deb was quick to laugh, and always up for any adventure her friends or family cooked up. She loved projects of any type: jewelry making, painting, and renovations, traveling with her husband of 38 years in their airplanes. Deb was an FAA certified ground instructor and a certified instructor in art clay silver.

Deb loved her friends and family deeply, and had a lively mind and was a lifetime follower of Jesus.

She impacted many lives during her years teaching math and reading at McIntosh High School after having homeschooled her three children.

Deb is survived by husband Vern, son Trey and Katka Darley of Brussels Belgium, daughter Amanda and Jon Swindall of Atlanta, son Stephen Darley of Atlanta, grandchildren Evelyn Darley, Eliana and Parker Swindall, mother Doris Gean, and brother Timothy McIntyre of Warner Robins.

Celebration of Life Saturday Dec. 8, 2012 at Grace Evangelical Church, 164 Flat Creek Trail, Fayetteville, Ga.


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