Condra, Debra Hazel (Massad)


Debra Hazel (Massad) Condra of Richardson, Texas passed away on Monday, June 8, 2020 at the age of 65.

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9 replies on “Condra, Debra Hazel (Massad)”

Nancy Beams says:

Debi was one of God’s greatest creations. My heart is heavy for all of you cherished family members. You are the lucky ones who lived
with her godly influence and joy. I will miss that beaming white smile of hers and the great warmth of her heart! May God’s grace and compassion be with you as you grieve her loss,
Nancy and Bond Beams

Lisa Barnes says:

My heart goes out to the wonderful Condra and Massad Clan. Debi was the best friend a girl could ever have and I will miss her every day. Debi’s humor was incredible with her sly smile and her huge laugh she would bring everyone to her world where everything was pretty funny if you didn’t take yourself too seriously. She loved her family and friends deeply. The light of Christ shone in her eyes.

Sue Ann Saffa says:

Debi was one of my lifetime besties whom I truly idolized for her extreme compassion for life, loyalty to friends, and love/kindness toward every single person whom she met; I dearly loved her and her entire family and always felt so at home around all of the Massad family…my heart is broken but I cherish all my wonderful memories spent with her. Prayers for her amazing family.

Sarah Carpenter says:

She was so full of life and kindness. I will be forever grateful that I knew her and counted her a friend. Sending much love to the Condra family. Praying for you all!

Colleen Karcher says:

Debi Condra was an amazing Woman of God. She had some incredible gifts that produced blessings wherever she went. She leaves behind a loving & supportive husband and four super kids. Our family was privileged to have this family as friends. While in PNG together we shared many precious moments and I look forward to catching up with her again someday. God bless and keep you my beautiful friend <3

Joy Atkinson says:

What can I say? Words seems totally inadequate to describe the wonderful woman that was Debi Condra! I knew her from their years in Papua New Guinea where we all served together in the Bible Translation task. I am single. Debi accepted and welcomed me into their family. I truly felt like family. She was always loving, always thoughtful, always full of the joy of life and service…she always thought of others first. She will never be forgotten and oh, how I look forward to seeing her again one day…when we are all together in eternity! Sending all my love to Ed, Luke, Kelsey, Brittney and Westcott and their families…

Karl and Joice Franklin says:

To Ed and his family:
We were surprised and saddened to read of Debi’s death. We pray God’s comfort and strength for each of you.

Ruth Milligan says:

I loved Debbie like a sister! She was my best friend in PNG – the life of every party, a wonderful mother and wife and a wonderful woman of God! I will miss her!!

Susan Williams says:

I will always remember Debbie’s fun, positive spirit. Will never forget how she led us all in “exercises” at Branch Conference. 🙂 She was a light in PNG in many ways.

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