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October 23, 1957 ~ June 19, 2023 (age 65) 65 Years Old
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Safe in the arms of Jesus, Safe on His gentle breast; There by His love overshaded, sweetly my soul shall rest. Hark! ’tis the voice of angels. Borne in a song to me, Over the fields of glory, Over the jasper sea. Safe in the arms of Jesus, Safe on His gentle breast; There by His love overshaded, sweetly my soul shall find eternal rest. It is with utmost sorrow, and heaviness of heart that we announce the passing of Mrs. Debra Goldsmith of DeSoto, TX.
Mrs. Debra Gail Goldsmith was born October 23, 1957, to Lurrie (Boe) Washington and Sweetie Washington. Debra graduated from Avinger High School. She met and later married George on July 20, 1985. At an early age Debra came to know and accepted the Lord and united with Friendship-West Baptist Church. She was employed with Charleston Methodist Hospital where she remained with well over 15 years of service.
On Monday, June 19, 2023, God called Sister Goldsmith to his heavenly home and now she rejoins both loved ones that have gone on before her which are her Beloved mother Sweetie Washington and sister Dorothy Washington.
In God’s care, she leaves to cherish her memory: Her loving husband of 38 years; George L. Goldsmith, Her Children; EL Dunta Washington, Lashawn Goldsmith, Necie Goldsmith, George Goldsmith, III, Larry (Karen) Coverson, Gerald Goldsmith and Micheal Oliver, Her 25 Grandchildren; 14 Great Grandchildren; Her Father; Lurrie (Boe) Washington; two Sisters; Jorlean (Ronnie) Harrison and Adrian (Reggie) Robinson, two Brothers, L.B. Washington, Jr., and Edward Washington and a plethora of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends whom she dearly loved.
This Is My Prayer for Each of You...That your love will grow more and more; that you will have knowledge and understanding with your love; 10 that you will see the difference between what is important and what is not and choose what is important; that you will be pure and blameless for the coming of Christ; 11 that your life will be full of the many good works that are produced by Jesus Christ to bring glory and praise to God. Philippians 1:9-11
Please keep the Goldsmith family lifted in your thoughts and prayers. Mrs. Goldsmith services are entrusted to Bethesda Memorial Funeral Directors - DeSoto, TX.