Deborah was born April 28, 1980, in Enid, Oklahoma to mother Jana Sue Evans and father David Joe Kuhlman. She died of Stage 4 Cancer at a very young age of 41 in her mother’s home on February 22, 2022. She is survived by her mother Jana Evans, father David Kuhlman and his wife LuAnne, son Donovan Kuhlman, granddaughter Karter Chanel Kuhlman, twin brother Dillon Kuhlman, sisters; Crisi Crabbs, Tessa Baker, and Dana Kuhlman, grandmother Annie Guthery, niece Hali Norman, her husband Austin, and their children Landon and Everly, niece Peyton Erickson, nephews Collin Crabbs and Gavin Crabbs, stepdaughter Aliya Higginbotham, former husband Carlos Higginbotham and many aunts, uncles, and cousins. Deborah was preceded in death by sister Amanda Kuhlman, grandfather Bob Guthery, stepfather Greg Evans, grandfather and grandmother Ferd and Lillian Kuhlman.
Deborah attended Garber High School where she was very involved. She was an active member of the student council, participated in Basketball and Cheerleading, and was crowned Carnival Princess.
After High school she gave birth to her baby boy Donovan, whom she loved and cherished. Deborah had the most selfless heart and would do anything for her family. She loved and cared for her family very deeply and had a strong bond with all of them, especially her twin brother Dillon.
Before becoming ill, Deborah resided in Surfside Texas. It was there where she fell in love with the ocean. She absolutely loved being near the beach and spent most of her time there until she was diagnosed with cancer and moved back home to Enid to be closer to her family. She had high hopes and dreams of beating cancer and going back to visit Surfside. Deborah fought a long fight and remained positive throughout the whole experience while having a smile on her face. She was an inspiration to so many people. Deborah had a smile and laugh that was contagious. She will be missed but will never be forgotten.
Condolences may be made online www.cremation-okc.com Flowers and donations may be sent to Affordable Cremations 10900 N. Eastern Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73131.
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