Deborah J. Jewell, age 65, of Church Rd., Greenville passed away Sunday, June 27, 2021 in St. Paul's Senior Living Community.

She was born in Sharon on March 5, 1956 to Floyd and M. Lamond (Matthews) Hice. In 1978 Deb married Edward Herrmann, he passed away in 1987; In 2002 Deb married Richard Jewell, he passed away in 2007. She was employed at Walmart in Greenville, retiring in 2008. She enjoyed attending flea markets, cooking, gardening, talking, watching QVC, and collecting Cherish Teddies.

She is survived by three children, Missy Wheaton (Rick Lineberger) of Transfer, Mark Herrmann ( Ashley) of Albany, GA, and Michelle Ser; a sister, Dorothy Crain and her husband David of Youngstown, PA; a brother, John Hice and his wife Karen of Masury, OH; five grandchildren, Gary Wheaton III, Mariia Wheaton, Lucas Herrmann, Marissa Herrmann, and Jared Ser; three great grandchildren, Madalynn, Carter, and Waylon. She was preceded in death by her parents, husbands, two brothers, Richard Hice and James Hice.

Family and friends will be received on Thursday, July 1, 2021 from 5:00-7:00pm in Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville. Inurnment will be in Transfer Cemetery.



  1. Melody McIntire RN Melody McIntire RN
    June 29, 2021    

    My deepest sympathy.

  2. Paula Grzejka Paula Grzejka
    June 29, 2021    

    So sorry for your loss

  3. Pam Homes Fyock Pam Homes Fyock
    June 29, 2021    

    So sorry to hear about Debbie. Sympathy to all the family

  4. Tammy Lumley Tammy Lumley
    June 30, 2021    

    Oh my gosh. Just hearing of this. Boss lady.. you will truly be missed. I loved you so. You were such a ray of sunshine. My heart goes out to the family. Missy I am so very sorry. My heart is broken. Much love to you all.

  5. Patricia Jones Patricia Jones
    June 30, 2021    

    Dear Deb,
    Remembering with fondness all the times as part of the Walmart “midnight crew”: the potluck dinners with your famous Taco Salad, the parties to celebrate birthdays, weddings, etc. The not so good times of the heavy pallets we pulled, the dreaded making of a bale, the overstock with no place to go, and the Double Break we needed after wrestling a 500 pound trampoline!
    I’m sure the pugs were waiting at the Rainbow Bridge when you arrived. Till we meet again! Love, Pat
    My condolences to your family whom you loved dearly.

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