Deborah Kathleen Humphrey

June 23, 1968 - February 21, 2023
Deborah Kathleen Humphrey

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Deborah Kathleen Metcalfe Humphrey, 54, passed away peacefully surrounded by her close family on Tuesday, February 21, 2023 at the Cleveland Clinic.

Debbie was born at Camp LeJeune, North Carolina on June 23, 1968, the daughter of Kevin Metcalfe and the late Stephanie Ann Hunter Metcalfe.  She grew up in Wellsville, Ohio.  In 1998, she moved to Petersburg, OH with the love of her life, Bobby Solomon.

Debbie was employed as a Nurses Aide from 1991-2004, and was recognized for outstanding patient care due to her strong work ethic and dedication to her patients and profession.

Anyone who knew her, knew that she was not a person to sit and watch life pass her by. She was a member of the APA Pool league and  loved roller skating, dancing and riding motorcycles with Bobby.  She was always ready to live life to the fullest and had an incredible infectious laugh that made those around her love her even more.  She was always ready to have a good time with family and friends, but was also the person to drop any plans to help someone out.   She was a free spirit, full of compassion, who left a huge footprint on many lives.

Those left behind to cherish her beautiful memory are: her soulmate of 25 years, Bobby Solomon; her daughters: Bridget (Marc) Russell and Stephanie (Ricky) Peck; and bonus daughter, Cassandra Jordan.  Debbie also leaves behind her six beautiful grandchildren, whom she was the best “Nana” to: Kaleb, Jasper, Liam, Lily, Lincoln, and Samuel.  She will also be missed by her sister, Mary Jordan.

Visitation will take place from 11AM-1PM on Thursday, March 2, 2023 at Care Funeral & Cremation Specialists- Martin Chapel in Calcutta.  The funeral will follow at 1PM with Pastor Dirk Hall from The Living Well church officiating.   




Visiting Hours

Care Funeral & Cremation Specialists- Martin Chapel - Directions
Calcutta- OH
  • Thursday, March 2, 2023
  • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM


Thursday, March 2, 2023
1:00 PM

Care Funeral & Cremation Specialists – Martin Chapel - Directions
15872 St. Clair Ave
East Liverpool, OH 43920

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  • March 01, 2023
    Aj Siverling says:
    You be well miss Debbie u was one good friend from the 19th hole rip my goood friend

  • March 01, 2023
    Eddie and Carolyn Leipply says:
    Eddie and I send our deepest condolences to Bobby and all of Debbie’s beloved family. It was always a pleasure to visit with her when ever we came to visit our family in Petersburg. Praying for peace and comfort for you all.

  • February 27, 2023
    Angie says:
    Our deepest condolences… can you imagine the Humphrey party going on in Heaven right now? Let those incredible memories live on in your hearts…she sure knew how to live life to the fullest. You all are in our thoughts and prayers🙏

  • February 25, 2023
    Tammy Blostic says:
    Bobby my hearts breaks for you and the girls . I can’t even Fadden how any of yinz are feeling, just know that Debbie will always be by your side and watching over all 3 girls and all those Beautiful grandkids. Bobby and Cassandra I hope yinz both know how much we love yinz and are Always here for you both . I am so very sorry that I can’t be at the service with you all but I am there in my heart. Bobby Debbie loved you and Cassandra with all her heart this I am sure of she was one amazing woman and will be missed Our thoughts and prayers are with yinz all if you need anything or just need an ear Jeff n I are always here for you ,so please don’t hesitate to ask. Love and Hugs to all Your friends Tammy n Jeff

  • February 24, 2023
    Kelli Horner says:
    I remember working with Debbie as far back as the 90’s at the Alzheimer’s Center. I always considered her a friend. Somewhere along the way, for some reason that doesn’t even seem relevant now, we lost touch. Time waits for no one. We had so much fun working together. It’s heartbreaking to think that I’ll never get that chance to just say hey how’ve you been? I’m sorry we lost touch. I’m sorry I’ll never get that chance. Mostly, I’m sorry for Robert, and her girls and grand babies. I’m keeping them in my thoughts and prayers for comfort. 🙏🏻💕