Debra Lineberger Hill, 64, passed away on Monday, July 22, 2019 in Mansfield, Texas. A Memorial Service for Debra will be on Tuesday, August 6, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. at First Baptist Church, 301 S Center St, Arlington, TX 76010. Debra Lineberger Hill was born at Good Shepard Hospital in Longview, TX on October 27, 1954 to Buck and Tommye Lineberger. She is survived by her husband, of 42 years, Dicky, her sons, Cody and Garrett, her beloved grandbabies, London, 7 and Callan, 4, her mother, Tommye Lineberger, sisters Donna Lineberger, Jerry Sherwood, Sue Brown, husband, Mike Brown, brothers, Roy Lineberger and Tommy Lineberger, several brother and sister in-laws, and countless nieces and nephews. Debra is proceeded in death by her beloved father, Buck, her sister, Genia Norris and niece, Kim Mathews. Debra graduated from Arlington High School, Class of 73. She then went to work for the Arlington Police Department as a civilian where she would meet her future husband. Debra then went on to become one of the first Southwest Flight attendants of the company. She flew for 23 years before retiring in 2001. Wade Family Funeral Home 817-274-9233

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  1. Sweet Debi, this is not easy to write…we will miss your humor, your laugh, your wit. Most of all we will miss you!! We have a hole in our hearts, that won’t be replaced. Rest well, you are at peace. MUCH LOVE, Derek and Candy Hill

  2. My dear sweet best friend…there is a hole in my heart.
    I think of all the memories we made during the years…all the trips we made (work related and fun). Fun times for sure!! We could always make each other laugh no matter what the situation. I will miss making more of those memories with you. I will always cherish our friendship and cherish everyday because of you. I love you girl (Helen- lol) and God love you and keep you in his arms for ever and ever


  3. My thoughts and prayers are with the Hill Family! I have shared so many good memories, and they will never be forgotten. Stay strong!

  4. Debi, we will always remember your smile and laughter. You are missed so much but the love that you gave to so many will be with us till the end. You can rest now and we know that you will look down on us all and laugh when we do the dumb things that we do but continue to watch us as we grow, ever mindful that you are always with us. Love, Dana & your buddy Poindexter.

  5. Our deepest sympathies to Dick, Cody, Garrett, London & Callan,

    Debi was our dear friend who brought us much joy & laughter for many years!
    We loved her truthfulness and quick wit. She will be missed in Cat Spring, TX especially @ Round-Up.

    Gil & Fran Deininger

  6. My most deepest sympathy to Debbie”s Family. She was beloved @ SWA. May God put his hedges of protection around her entire Family. God bless u all. Teddi Lewis

  7. Debi will always have a special place in the hearts of the Dion family. We enjoyed spending all those years at roundup in Cat Spring with her. Her smile and humor was infectious! Our deepest sympathies, love and prayers go to the entire family.

  8. My husband Ed worked with Dicky at Arlington PD & I worked with Debi at SWA. We along with the Adairs & the Steffensuers spent almost every weekend together (before kids). When our lives moved on so did our friendship. Dicky & Debi are two of the most wonderful people we have ever known. God bless you & your family Dicky as you mourn your loss. Luv always Ed & Dusty

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