Debra Ann Prince of Newport News, VA passed onto her heavenly home October 11th, 2023. Debra was born in Westfield, NY on August 4th, 1952. She grew up on a farm in Brocton, NY. Attended Brocton central school class of 1970. Debra worked at Dunkirk ice-cream company in Dunkirk, NY for a few years. She helped her grandparents at Huntly manufacturing in Brocton NY. In 1977 Debra married Randall Lee Prince. She became a Navy wife and was such for 17 years till they divorced. During this time she lived in Mississippi and New York, but mostly in Virginia. Debra did many things and held many jobs including being a co -leader for a cadette girl scout troop, worked at European parts exchange in Fredericksburg, VA , also worked at Masa Marking systems in Norfolk, VA for 14 years. She took classes at Thomas Nelson Community college for manufacturing for B.P. Solar. She worked for them for 6 years till they closed their doors. Then she received a grant for a full scholarship to Medical career Institute. She graduated there in 2004 with a degree in Medical assisting. Debra met Thomas Quinn in 1994 and they were inseparable until her passing. They rode their motorcycle every chance they got and loved doing so for 28 years. They would travel to Western NY, New Jersey and Pennsylvania to visit family and friends. Debra was a past member of ABATE of Williamsburg, VA. In 2007 Debra suffered 4 mini strokes and was diagnosed with Parkinson’s. She had to limit her riding on the motorcycle. Debra was very interested into the birds of the area. She filled her bird feeders, made sure they had clean water. The squirrels were well fed as well. Debra was well versed in the flora and fauna of Virginia. She loved to go outside and fiddle with her plants and flowers . She finally retired in 2011 to spend more time with her loving family. Debra has a daughter, Melissa Prince – Crouch. a grandson Michael Prince – Montiel and a granddaughter Mikaela Prince – Montiel she leaves behind. Whom all were a great help to her in her last years. Debra will be missed dearly but remembered as a good old gal. The family would like to thank JRCC in Newport News, VA for taking care of their Grandmother/Mother. We are very grateful for the wonderful care she received. The family would also like to ask instead of sending flowers, please put out bird feeders or plant flowers in your yard. Its really what she would have wanted. Thank you.